Introducing Dr. John's®
Candies' newest brand of lollipops -- THRIVE®
+ lollipops with probiotics and fiber! These lollipops have so many great benefits, it's difficult to know where to begin! This tangy and great tasting line of lollipops has fiber, cavity-fighting xylitol and erythritol as sweeteners, while also having probitoics! They come in three great flavors: strawberry, blackberry and orange.
The probiotic ingredients in THRIVE®
+ support digestive health, immune health and protein utilization as part of a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle. If you're new to probiotics or just want to shake up your probiotic routine, add some of Dr. John's THRIVE+ to your daily diet and you won't be disappointed!
+ Lollipop provides the following benefits:
- Only 14 calories
- 5 grams of dietary fiber (40% of Daily Value)
- 3.3 grams of cavity-fighting Erythritol and Xylitol (dentist recommended amount)
- 1 billion CFUs (amount of probiotic)
Additional benefits to all the new THRIVE Lollipops:
- No Artificial Colors, Flavors, or Sweeteners
- Naturally Sugar Free
- High Source of Fiber from Dextrin*
- Allergen Free
- Gluten Free
The 1-lb. bag contains approximately 50 individually wrapped lollipops
Xylitol is a natural sweetener, made from American birch trees, that does not promote tooth decay.** Erythritol is a natural sweetener made from plant sugars. It looks and tastes very much like sugar, yet has no calories.
If you have dietary concerns, please read the list of ingredients
Fruit Mix Lollipops below.
Take a look at the variety of xylitol candies
that we offer -- caramels, hard candies, lollipops and taffy.
| Ingredients in THRIVE®+ Fruit Mix Lollipops: |
Dextrin (dietary fiber), Erythritol, Xylitol, Citric Acid, Organic Inulin, Bacillus Coagulans GBI-30 6086, Natural Flavor, Carrot Concentrate, Black Carrot, Black Currant, Purple Carrot, Blueberrry, Monk Fruit.
For Nutritional Facts, click the above Ingredients/Directions tab.
*Dextrin is a prebiotic soluble fiber that is made with natural vegetable ingredients.
**Frequent between-meal snacking of foods high in sugars and starches promotes tooth decay. The sweeteners, xylitol and erythritol, in Dr. John's products are expressly used for not promoting tooth decay.