Sugar free is only the beginning of what Dr. John's selection of natural fruit lollipops offers - absolutely no artificial sweeteners, flavors or colors, combined with the great taste of xylitol - no chemical aftertaste and low-calorie. These whimsical tooth-shaped lollipops come in Watermelon, Sweet Peach, Green Apple, Perfect Pear, and Strawberry.
The 2.5-lb. bag contains approximately 125 individually wrapped lollipops
Xylitol is a natural sugar-free sweetener, made from American birch trees, and Isomalt is a sugar-free base ingredient derived from plant sugars. Neither sweetener promotes tooth decay.*
- Made with birch-based xylitol
- No artificial colors, flavors, or sweeteners
- Sugar Free
- Gluten Free
- Nut Free
- Diabetics: This product may be useful in your diet on the advice of a physician.
If you have dietary concerns, please read the list of ingredients
in Inspired Sweets®
Fresh Fruits Lollipops below.
As a parent, are you searching for a sweet treat for your kids that doesn't damage their teeth? We know that frequently eating foods high in sugar and starch between meals can promote tooth decay. But now, you have a healthier choice! Inspired Sweets®
Candies are not only free of these sugars and starches, but xylitol may also reduce the risk of dental cavities
Xylitol looks and tastes as sweet as sugar, but it has 40% fewer calories and 75% fewer carbohydrates. A much lower glycemic index (7) makes it safe and beneficial for diabetics (on their physician's advice).
Take a look at the variety of xylitol candies
that we offer -- caramels, hard candies, lollipops and chocolates.
| Ingredients in Inspired Fruits® Fresh Fruits Lollipops: |
Isomalt, Dextrin (dietary fiber), Xylitol, Citric Acid, Natural Flavor, Pumpkin, Spinach Extract, Black Carrot, Purple Carrot, Chokeberry, Malic Acid, Radish, Black Currant, Apple, Stevia Leaf Extract.
*Frequent between-meal snacking of foods high in sugars and starches promotes tooth decay. The Sugar Alcohols in Dr. Jhn’s products are expressly used for not promoting tooth decay.