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Chewing Gums without Aspartame



Delicious oral health



Chewing Gums



The vast majority of chewing gums that are currently marketed contain aspartame. A sweetener widely used but very controversial because there are numerous studies that relate it to brain cancer and other very questionable effects for health. Its manufacturers of course defend it and deny all those studies.


If you also believe that if there is even the slightest doubt about a component it should stop being consumed, you are in the right place. Here is a selection of sugar-free chewing gum sweetened with natural sweeteners such as Stevia and Xylitol.


Stevia is a plant with very sweet tasting leaves that has been used for centuries in Paraguay and for more than 5 decades in East Asia. It is about 300 times sweeter than sugar, does not provide calories so it can be consumed by diabetics and also does not cause caries. It has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.


Xylitol is obtained from the bark of birch and has a sweetness similar to that of table sugar. Its use is recommended for diabetics, as it does not affect insulin and blood sugar levels. It cannot be used by bacteria in the mouth and therefore does not cause caries. It also has a marked antibacterial effect.

Chewing Gums without Aspartame



Delicious oral health



Chewing Gums



The vast majority of chewing gums that are currently marketed contain aspartame. A sweetener widely used but very controversial because there are numerous studies that relate it to brain cancer and other very questionable effects for health. Its manufacturers of course defend it and deny all those studies.


If you also believe that if there is even the slightest doubt about a component it should stop being consumed, you are in the right place. Here is a selection of sugar-free chewing gum sweetened with natural sweeteners such as Stevia and Xylitol.


Stevia is a plant with very sweet tasting leaves that has been used for centuries in Paraguay and for more than 5 decades in East Asia. It is about 300 times sweeter than sugar, does not provide calories so it can be consumed by diabetics and also does not cause caries. It has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.


Xylitol is obtained from the bark of birch and has a sweetness similar to that of table sugar. Its use is recommended for diabetics, as it does not affect insulin and blood sugar levels. It cannot be used by bacteria in the mouth and therefore does not cause caries. It also has a marked antibacterial effect.