I know I know, our paleolithic ancestors didn't find packs of gum growing on trees, but I grabbed this stuff from the Good Earth store and it looks pretty decent. The ingredients are: Xylitol, gum base, natural flavors, gum arabic, carnauba wax, tocopherols. I've heard that xylitol is one of the better artificial sweeteners, and that it's actually good for your teeth or something. It's tasty gum too. So what do you guys think?
asked byMelmac (310)
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on October 07, 2012
at 05:45 PM
on May 30, 2013
at 02:06 PM
glee gum also contains beeswax and titanium dioxide, if that is something you are concerned about.
on October 11, 2012
at 06:55 PM
Just wanted to confirm that Glee Gum is indeed aspartame free, and available in 2 sugar-free flavors sweetened with 100% xylitol for added dental benefits: Lemon-Lime & Refresh-Mint. If you see them at your local grocer, here is an in-store coupon for you to save 50 cents: http://bit.ly/STW96r
If your local store doesn't carry them yet, these flavors can be purchased in bulk or by the case at GleeGum.com. They are also sold by the pack at NaturalCandyStore.com. Hope you get a chance to try them and enjoy them!