XyloSweet dissolves, mixes, and behaves like sugar in many uses. You can use XyloSweet in hot drinks, cakes, cookies, and other baking. Use it on fruit for a sweet and nutritious lo-cal snack. And use it in most of your favorite recipes requiring common sugar.
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Lucy: a few months ago
I hope Well.ca posts this. I have a dog and sometimes make treats for her. Recently I found out that Xylotol is toxic to dogs. I understand it is a great product, but not for pets. So just a reminder to everyone as at this time of year some buy treats at Christmas venues etc. so perhaps ask what sweetener was used. Again, no reflection on the product; just a reminder not to give it to pets. Thank you
Quote: Re DOGS: "This occurs because xylitol may not be completely digested in the intestines until the digestive system adapts. Xylitol is extremely toxic to dogs. Even small amounts of xylitol can cause hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), seizures, liver failure or even death in dogs."