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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Xylitol?

Pure xylitol is a white crystalline substance that looks and tastes like sugar. On food labels, xylitol is classified broadly as a carbohydrate and more narrowly as a polyol. Because xylitol is only slowly absorbed and partially utilized, a reduced calorie claim is allowed: 2.4 calories per gram or 40% less than other carbohydrates.  It has been used in foods since the 1960’s and is a popular sweetener for the diabetic diet in some countries. In the U.S., xylitol is approved as a food additive in unlimited quantity for foods with special dietary purposes.

Over 25 years of testing in widely different conditions confirm that xylitol is the best sweetener for teeth. Xylitol use reduces tooth decay rates both in high-risk groups (high caries prevalence, poor nutrition, and poor oral hygiene) and in low risk groups (low caries incidence using all current prevention recommendations). Sugarfree chewing gums and candies made with xylitol as the principal sweetener have already received official endorsements from six national dental associations. 

Video on our products and the benefits of Xylitol


 

What are "cookies" and how do I make sure they are enabled?

A cookie is a small piece of information sent by a web server to store on your web browser so it can later be read back from that browser. This is useful for having the browser remember some specific information. There are also specific types of cookies.

How to enable Cookies:

Internet Explorer 9.x:
1. Click on the Tools icon on the very right at the top and then on Internet Options.
2. Next, at the top switch to the tab Privacy and click on the Advanced button.
3. Now, you can Allow or Block First-Party Cookies and Third-Party Cookies. Additionally you can always enable Session Cookies.
Recommendations: Block third-party cookies, Accept first-party cookies and Always allow session cookies. Explanations below!

Internet Explorer 8.x:
1. Click on the Tools-menu.
2. Select Internet Options in the menu - a new window opens.
3. Click on the Privacy tab near the top of the window.
4. Click on the Default button of the window.
5. Move the slider so that it is on one of the levels below Medium High (including Medium, Low, Accept All Cookies).
6. Save changes by clicking OK.
7. You should be able to add items to your shopping cart now.

Internet Explorer 6.x and 7.x:
1. Click on the Tools-menu.
2. Select Internet Options in the menu - a new window opens.
3. Click on the Privacy tab near the top of the window.
4. Move the slider so that it is on one of the levels below Medium High (including Medium, Low, Accept All Cookies).
5. Save changes by clicking OK.
6. You should be able to add items to your shopping cart now.

Mozilla Firefox:
1. Click on the Tools-menu in Mozilla.
2. Click on the Options item in the menu - a new window opens.
3. Click on the Privacy tab.
4. Expand the Cookies section.
5. Check the Enable cookies and Accept cookies normally checkboxes.
6. Save changes by clicking OK.
7. You should be able to add items to your shopping cart now.

Chrome:
1. Click the wrench icon on the browser toolbar.
2. Select Options (Preferences on Mac and Linux; Settings on Chrome OS).
3. Click Under the Hood.
4. Click Content settings in the "Privacy" section.
5. Click the Cookies tab in the Content Settings dialog that appears:

Safari:
1. Click on the Safari-menu in Safari.
2. Click on the Preferences... item in the menu - a new window opens.
3. Click on the Security icon near the top of the window.
4. Under Accept Cookies the Always or Only from sites you navigate to must be selected.
5. Save changes by clicking OK.
6. You should be able to add items to your shopping cart now.


Types of cookies

First-Party Cookies
First-party cookies are from website that you are currently visiting. Let’s say you head over to microsoft.com to download the latest updates for Windows then all cookies from microsoft.com are considered first-party cookies because the source of the cookie matches the website that you visited.

Third-Party Cookies
Following this pattern, if you visit microsoft.com and Microsoft loads some adverts from intel.com because of their partnership with Intel, then all cookies from intel.com will be considered third-party cookies, because they do not match the original source and are loaded from an external party.

Should I Disable First-Party or Third-Party Cookies?
Third-party cookies from spam sites often contain only malware and spyware cookies, so it is recommended to disable third-party cookies and enable first-party cookies. If you also disable first-party cookies you will often have to enter your password and other form data over and over again. Usually, first-party cookies are more safe than third-party cookies, but they can also contain malicious code.
- Tip: Enable first-party cookies and disable third-party cookies in IE9!

What Are Session Cookies?
Session cookies are important to store information on your currently opened website, they allow the website to recognize you when you visit another subpage. Let’s say you visit amazon.com and you add something to your cart, without sessions cookies amazon.com can’t keep track of your current cart (unless you save it) and won’t remember it if you visit a subpage of amazon.com.
- Tip: Enable session cookies to be recognized within a website!

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