The "historical" object of this field project was to evaluate the influence of maternal xylitol
consumption on the motherchild transmission of MS and caries development in the mothers' children.
Canada Inc (TSX VENTURE:XYL), a company that markets xylitol
-based products, has announced its financial and operating results for the six months ended June 30, 2012.
The Louis Garneau Carbon Pro Team shoes, designed for cycling, use the sweetener xylitol
, more commonly found in gum and toothpaste.
is currently produced on an industrial scale by a catalytic reduction (hydrogenation) of xylose obtained from wood sources such as white birches.
Thanks to its versatility, as well as its dental and diabetic health benefits, xylitol
is attracting the attention of many of today's consumers and product developers.
Arbor Pharmaceuticals has launched xylitol
(Xylarex) oral solution for the dietary management of recurrent acute otitis media (RAOM) in children.
Implementations may include liquefying the hydrolyzed cellulose stream to form a raw sugars stream, separating xylitol
from the raw sugars stream and fermenting the sugars stream to form a raw ethanol stream by reacting the sugars stream with a yeast feed in at least one fermenter.
The company, which manufactures xylitol
products, says the change will reduce employee gas consumption by 20 percent and enable the company to reduce its energy consumption required to light, cool and heat its offices, as well as operate equipment.
According to the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (888-426-4435), xylitol
can cause a rapid drop in blood sugar that results in weakness, loss of coordination, and seizures in just half an hour.
A new, multi-purpose cooking and depositing system developed by Baker Perkins for sugar-free hard candy, and candy/crystallized Xylitol
composite products brings new possibilities to the market.
The natural sugar alternative releases its energy very slowly when it is digested and studies have shown those that swap sugar for xylitol
go on to eat less calories during the day.
Ingredients, such as Litesse (polydextrose), lactitol and xylitol
, were once perceived as occupying a niche market for diabetic or sugar-free products.