Spry mints with xylitol are a great way to refresh your mouth between brushing. They are sweetened with 100% xylitol, no other sweeteners. Each mint has a half-gram of xylitol.

Xylitol is a sweetener that occurs naturally in plant fibers. It tastes like sugar but it is low in calories and unlike other substitutes it is not made from questionable chemicals. The best part is that clinical studies have shown that multiple exposures to xylitol spread throughout the day may improve overall oral health by creating an unwelcome environment for decay causing bacteria.

Spry mints with xylitol contain natural flavor oils for taste, including spearmint, cinnamon, lemon and more, helping to keep your mouth feeling and smelling fresh.

Spry xylitol mints are sugar-free and sweetened with 100% xylitol. Clinical studies have repeatedly shown that products sweetened with 100% xylitol may reduce the risk of tooth decay when used consistently.

Spry mints with xylitol create an unwelcome environment for bacteria. Many studies have shown that the cavity causing bacteria simply do not stick well to the teeth in a xylitol-rich environment. Our Spry mints are recommended by dentists, medical doctors, periodontists, pediatricians, and many health organizations and health professional worldwide as healthy alternatives for anyone concerned with dental health, upper respiratory health, and sugar consumption in general.

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