• Chinese xylitol bag 25kg

What is xylitol? In chemical terms, xylitol is a sugar alcohol, i.e. its composition consists of sugar and alcohol molecules. In food products it is found under the symbol E967 and as a polyol. Naturally, xylitol occurs in many raw materials, such as fruits, vegetables, mushrooms. A sweetener that is obtained mainly from birch bark (commonly called birch sugar), but recently corn xylitol from China can also be found on the market. Xylitol looks like sugar and tastes sweet, but it has 40% less calories. It leaves a slight coolness on the tongue and a faint mint aftertaste.

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What is xylitol?

In chemical terms, xylitol is a sugar alcohol, i.e. its composition consists of sugar and alcohol molecules. In food products it is found under the symbol E967 and as a polyol. Naturally, xylitol occurs in many raw materials, such as fruits, vegetables, mushrooms. A sweetener that is obtained mainly from birch bark (commonly called birch sugar), but recently corn xylitol from China can also be found on the market.
Xylitol looks like sugar and tastes sweet, but it has 40% less calories. It leaves a slight coolness on the tongue and a faint mint aftertaste.

 

What are the properties of xylitol?

Xylitol has many valuable properties that are used in food processing, medicine and cosmetics.

  • does not ferment in the digestive tract
  • has a low glycemic index of 13, does not cause insulin release into the blood, is suitable for diabetics
  • It is very sweet, low in calories – a great alternative to sugar
  • has a bactericidal effect, does not lead to the development of candidiasis
  • an excellent probiotic supporting the growth of beneficial microorganisms in the intestinal bacterial flora
  • prevents the development of Candida albicans - the cause of yeast infections and Helicobacter pylori - responsible for gastric or duodenal ulcers
  • prevents tooth decay, which is why it is often used in toothpastes and chewing gums
  • sweetener eliminates bad breath

How to use xylitol?

Xylitol, as a sugar substitute, is perfect for sweetening coffee, tea and other drinks. 

A great sweetener for cakes and desserts, but keep in mind that the yeast dough will not rise (the yeast does not react with xylitol).

Excellent for preserves, resistant to high temperatures, does not lose its natural properties.

When using gelatin, you need to use more xylitol because it weakens the solidification process.

When asked, is it worth buying Chinese xylitol? The answer is YES, because xylitols differ from each other only in the raw material from which it was made, the method of production and the country. The differences in price may be surprising, but it is worth considering whether it is worth overpaying?