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  1. What is Erythritol?

    What is Erythritol?

    There are many different types of sugar alcohols, each of which are used by several different food manufacturers to help keep calorie counts low. In this post we are going to be talking about erythritol, its features, and how it's produced. 

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  2. Is Stevia Tooth Friendly?

    Is Stevia Tooth Friendly?

    It's commonly known that stevia is one of the best sugar substitutes on the market. You've heard about where it comes from, how it's been used for hundreds and hundreds of years, and that it's super sweet! But what you may not know is how beneficial it is for your dental health. 

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  3. What is the Best Sweetener for People with Diabetes?

    What is the Best Sweetener for People with Diabetes?

    For people with diabetes, choosing the right replacement for sugar that won't raise blood sugar can be a daunting task. We're hoping this article can help guide you in the right direction towards choosing a healthy alternative to sugar.

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  4. Coronavirus and Easter: Making the most out of Easter while in quarantine

    Coronavirus and Easter: Making the most out of Easter while in quarantine

    Easter is meant to be a symbol of hope, renewal, and new life, but this year, many families are wondering whether it’s safe for them to celebrate the holiday with a few family members when COVID-19 is still spreading across the nation.

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  5. Xylitol is Dangerous for Dogs: Paws Off!

    Xylitol is Dangerous for Dogs: Paws Off!

    Xylitol is a popular sugar-substitute for people watching their weight and for those monitoring their diabetes. More and more companies are using xylitol in their "skinny" products such as gum, toothpaste, mouthwash, medicines, peanut butter, and others. What you don't know about xylitol is that it is DEADLY for dogs, here's why.

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