Spry sugar-free gum contains xylitol, a natural sweetener with
clinically proven, unique, dental health benefits. This gum defends
against bacteria that cause cavities and tooth decay while freshening
your breath in a convenient way. And with our new longer-lasting flavor,
you’ll find it so easy to get your Spry on, you might even look forward
to dental checkups!
Each piece of Spry gum contains 0.9 grams of xylitol.
Studies have shown that when combined with normal dental hygiene, regular use of xylitol gums may reduce the risk of dental carries! Non-GMO and gluten free.
What is Xylitol?
Pure xylitol is a white crystalline substance that looks and tastes like sugar. It is a naturally occurring 5-carbon sugar alcohol found in many fruits and vegetables and produced in small amounts by the human body. It has the same sweetness as sugar (sucrose) but with 40% fewer calories and none of the negative tooth decay or insulin release effects of sugar. Xylitol also has a low glycemic index (7) and has little effect on blood sugar levels.
Frequent eating of foods high in sugars and starches can promote tooth decay. Xylitol may reduce the risk of tooth decay. Xylitol is recommended by dentists, medical doctors, periodontists, pediatricians, and many health organizations and health professionals worldwide as a sweetener for anyone concerned with dental health, upper respiratory health, and sugar consumption, in general.
Dental Benefits of Xylitol Use
Chewing at least 3 to 5 pieces of Spry xylitol gum each day:
Helps fight bad breath
Helps inhibit plaque formation on teeth
- Helps to reduce tooth decay
- Encourages remineralization of teeth
- Is safe for diabetics -- does not use insulin to be metabolized
The key to getting the greatest benefit from xylitol is to use it consistently and often, so it stays in contact with your teeth and mouth. Products such as Spry Gum
and Spry Mints
are ideal, because they contain xylitol as the principal sweetener, and they encourage chewing or sucking to keep them in contact with your teeth.
For best dental results, chew Spry Gum immediately after eating or snacking. If xylitol is the only sugar remaining in the mouth, most bacteria cannot metabolize it and will not be able to make the acids or biofilm that can attack teeth.
TMJ patients avoiding gum chewing may prefer Xylitol Mints
, Xylitol Toothpaste
, Xylitol Oral Rinse
and Xylitol Dental Floss
as alternatives to gum as part of a daily xylitol routine.