The Morning Pep Xylitol Difference

Xylitol for Oral and Dental Health

Xylitol is a magic bullet in dental health. Xylitol has been found to reduce plaque, caries, gingivitis and cavities. Although it doesn't grow enamel or make teeth more resistant to acid, xylitol does fight off the bacteria causing tooth decay. Some of the world bacterial strains, like Streptococcus bacilli, can be neutralized by xylitol, thereby preventing infections in the mouth and getting rid of halitosis which is another word for bad breath. By using Morning pep xylitol you’re decreasing the infectious decay-causing bacteria and thus promote a healthier environment for those good bacteria that are less harmful to the teeth composition.



Xylitol for Diabetes Management

One of the most common afflictions of modern life is diabetes. Therefore, any solution that can help manage diabetes, which is an inability of the body to properly maintain insulin and glucose levels throughout the body, is very important. Xylitol is a chemically processed form of sugar, meaning that the body cannot break down the carbohydrates into simple sugars and flood the bloodstream with it, thereby throwing off the balance of insulin and glucose. This means that diabetic patients can consume xylitol in all of their normal foods without the fear of huge plunges or spikes in blood sugar levels. Xylitol has helped millions of diabetic patients around the world.




Xylitol for Bone Health

Osteoporosis is a decrease in bone mass and density. Bones may seem dead or stagnant, but they are made up of living tissue that is constantly decaying and regenerating. Osteoporosis may begin with a slow loss of bone mass, but as your body struggles to keep up the bone building process, your overall bone density will gradually fall lower and lower. Studies have effectively shown that xylitol may have significant benefit to help slow the loss of bone tissue, protect bone mass and significantly slow down loss of bone volume.