- Used to sweeten drinks, desserts and cooking, ZyloSweet has a low glycaemic index (GI) so it has minimal impact on blood glucose levels
- When first using ZyloSweet, increase your daily intake gradually until your body has adjusted
- This natural sweetener, Xylitol, tastes like sugar but has 40% fewer calories (one teaspoon supplies 9.6 calories), so it’s ideal as part of a weight management programme
- Do not feed Xylitol to dogs; if consumed, seek veterinary advice.
- Since ZyloSweet inhibits yeast, it cannot be used to raise yeast in baking
- Large quantities may have a laxative effect, so build up slowly
- It may also help maintain teeth free of decay
One 4g teaspoon provides: 9.6kcal (40.2kJ)
Replace sugar with equal quantities of ZyloSweet. Begin by increasing your daily intake gradually until your body has adjusted. Large quantities may have a laxative effect.
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