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Who is Xlear and How do you Pronounce the Name?

Since it was formed in 2000, Xlear Inc. (pronounced “clear”) has been recognized as the leading manufacturer of xylitol-based products in North America. The company’s goal is simple: to provide simple and cost-effective prevention so people can live healthy and fulfilling lives. From the beginning, Xlear Inc. has been the industry leader in providing the newest innovations in drug-free sinus care through its Xlear brand. Xlear Inc. has also developed an oral care product line, branded as Spry. As a leading brand, Spry is dedicated to helping its users have a healthy smile and enabling them to live a happy, on-the-go lifestyle.

Structure of Xylitol

What is xylitol?

Many people ask, “What is xylitol?” To put it simply, xylitol is a natural sweetener with many other health benefits. Xylitol is a sugar alcohol that has a crystalline, granular structure with a sweetness comparable to sugar. It naturally occurs in many fruits and vegetables and is produced by the human body. The word xylitol comes from the Greek roots xylo- which means “wood” and “–itol” signifying sugar alcohols.

What is xylitol used in?

There are many xylitol products. Firstly, you can buy pharmaceutical-grade xylitol to use as a sugar-free sweetener. For oral health there is an array of products ranging from xylitol gum, xylitol toothpaste, and xylitol mints.  Another, less-known use of xylitol is sinus care products.   Xlear saline nasal spray is a patented solution and is the only nasal spray available that contains xylitol.

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