Peppersmith | Sicilian Lemon & Peppermint, (Pack of 12 = 300 Mints) | 100% Xylitol

£1626
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Sugar free mints sweetened with 100% xylitol, a naturally derived ingredient which helps keep teeth healthy. Flavoured with real Sicilian Lemons and English peppermint from Hampshire. Each pocket pack contains approximately 25 mints, and each mint contains 0.5g of xylitol.

Relaunched with a better flavour, better texture and better packaging.

Proven to reduce plaque and accredited by the British Dental Health Foundation

So what is xylitol?

Xylitol is a naturally occurring sugar alternative. Its name comes from 'xylon', the Greek for wood (they get theirs from beech trees and vegetables). It has fewer calories than sugar (about 40% less), has a lower GI and, most importantly, has well established active dental health benefits.

How is it good for teeth?

Tooth decay starts with harmful bacteria in the mouth. Sugary foods give these bacteria energy to multiply and produce acids that dissolve the enamel of the tooth and cause decay. Xylitol has the opposite effect, inhibiting their growth, killing the bacteria (they can fall by as much as 90%) and preventing acid attacks. It also reduces the bacteria's ability to stick to your teeth so plaque is easier to remove.

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Peppersmith | Sicilian Lemon & Peppermint, (Pack of 12 = 300 Mints) | 100% Xylitol

£1626

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Sugar Free Gum

Sugar free mints sweetened with 100% xylitol, a naturally derived ingredient which helps keep teeth healthy. Flavoured with real Sicilian Lemons and English peppermint from Hampshire. Each pocket pack contains approximately 25 mints, and each mint contains 0.5g of xylitol.

Relaunched with a better flavour, better texture and better packaging.

Proven to reduce plaque and accredited by the British Dental Health Foundation

So what is xylitol?

Xylitol is a naturally occurring sugar alternative. Its name comes from 'xylon', the Greek for wood (they get theirs from beech trees and vegetables). It has fewer calories than sugar (about 40% less), has a lower GI and, most importantly, has well established active dental health benefits.

How is it good for teeth?

Tooth decay starts with harmful bacteria in the mouth. Sugary foods give these bacteria energy to multiply and produce acids that dissolve the enamel of the tooth and cause decay. Xylitol has the opposite effect, inhibiting their growth, killing the bacteria (they can fall by as much as 90%) and preventing acid attacks. It also reduces the bacteria's ability to stick to your teeth so plaque is easier to remove.

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