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With this in mind, this article will introduce you to five surprising things that can contain xylitol that might not be immediately obvious to you, and which could harm your dog if they are given such products or eat them accidentally. Read on to learn more. Vitamins and supplements Studies carried out in the United States to analyse the effect of xylitol and sorbitol blends in chewing gum and mints on dental plaque (the main cause of tooth decay and gum disease ) showed a considerable decline in plaque growth. Stimulates salivary flow Signs of poisoning can be rapid or delayed, but you should never wait for symptoms to appear before seeking veterinary help. This could put your dog’s life at risk. In most cases, symptoms will start to appear within 30 minutes but can take up to 12 hours to develop in some cases. What are the symptoms of xylitol poisoning? Peng, Yucan; Cui, Yi (15 April 2020). "Advanced Textiles for Personal Thermal Management and Energy". Joule. 4 (4): 724–742. doi: 10.1016/j.joule.2020.02.011. ISSN 2542-4351.

You can cook with Total Sweet Xylitol: replace sugar ‘one for one’ in your baking for less calorific cakes, biscuits and other treats. Most forms of peanut butter are sweetened with sugar, but sugar-free peanut butter products are widely available to buy too, and these are commonly sweetened with xylitol instead. Read more about peanut butter and dogs in this article. Diabetic chocolate and even savoury goodsEFSA pannel (June 2011). "Scientific opinion on the substantiation of health claims related to sugar-free chewing gum sweetened with xylitol and plaque acid neutralisation (ID 485), maintenance of tooth mineralisation (ID 486, 562, 1181), reduction of dental plaque (ID 485, 3085)". EFSA Journal. 9 (6): 2266. doi: 10.2903/j.efsa.2011.2266. As part of the evaluation process, the government sets an acceptable daily intake (ADI), which is the maximum amount considered safe to consume each day over the course of your lifetime. A 2018 study suggests that xylitol is safe in cats in doses of up to 1000mg/kg; however, this study was performed on only 6 cats, and should not be considered definitive. [40] See also [ edit ] Finally, chocolate and sweets made for people with diabetes need to be made without added sugar, and a wide range of different sugar substitutes are used within them. However, as is the case with most products that contain sugar substitutes, xylitol is once again the most widely used product, and one that can be found in a huge range of different types of products and brands.

Increased xylitol consumption can increase oxalate, calcium, and phosphate excretion to urine (termed oxaluria, calciuria, and phosphaturia, respectively). These are known risk factors for kidney stone disease, but despite that, xylitol has not been linked to kidney disease in humans. [37] Dogs and other animals [ edit ] or HO(CH 2)(CHOH) 3(CH 2)OH; specifically, one particular stereoisomer with that structural formula. It is a colorless or white crystalline solid that is freely soluble in water. It can be classified as a polyalcohol and a sugar alcohol, specifically an alditol. The name derives from Ancient Greek: ξύλον, xyl[on] 'wood', with the suffix -itol used to denote sugar alcohols. Chewing gums containing xylitol and sorbitol may affect caries development. [27] Xylitol-containing chewing gums displayed anticariogenic properties in all protocols, but it was unclear whether this effect was due to increased saliva flow. [27] A Cochrane review suggested a positive anticariogenic effect of xylitol-containing fluoride toothpastes when compared to fluoride-only toothpaste, but there was insufficient evidence to determine whether other xylitol-containing products can prevent caries in infants, children or adults. [28] Earache [ edit ]Chapter 3: Energy Conversion Factors". Calculation of the Energy Content of Foods. Food and Agriculture Organization (Report). The United Nations . Retrieved 30 March 2017. EFSA panel (April 2011). "Scientific opinion on the substantiation of health claims related to the sugar replacers xylitol, sorbitol, mannitol, maltitol, lactitol, isomalt, erythritol, D-tagatose, isomaltulose, sucralose and polydextrose and maintenance of tooth mineralisation by decreasing tooth demineralisation, and reduction of post-prandial glycaemic responses". EFSA Journal. 9 (4): 2076. doi: 10.2903/j.efsa.2011.2076. In general, everyone should be eating less sugar but lower or no calorie sweeteners can be a useful alternative for people who want to reduce their sugar intake, while maintaining a sweet taste.

Burgos, Karen; Subramaniam, Persis; Arthur, Jennifer (21 November 2016). "Reformulation guide for small to medium sized companies" (PDF). Leatherhead Food Research. Archived from the original (PDF) on 27 September 2020 . Retrieved 28 October 2018– via The Food and Drink Federation. Wrolstad, Ronald E. (2012). Food Carbohydrate Chemistry. John Wiley & Sons. p.176. ISBN 9780813826653 . Retrieved 20 October 2012– via Google Books. Sugar-free products in general are very popular and there are a range of different sweetening agents that can be used in them in place of sugar, although xylitol is by far the most common of them.Primarily, the liver metabolizes absorbed xylitol. The main metabolic route in humans occurs in cytoplasm, via nonspecific NAD-dependent dehydrogenase (polyol dehydrogenase), which transforms xylitol to D-xylulose. Specific xylulokinase phosphorylates it to D-xylulose-5-phosphate. This then goes to pentose phosphate pathway for further processing. [20]

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