Xucker is pure xylitol powder (= birch sugar), the ideal alternative to sugar. It protects your teeth, thus reducing the risk of cavities, and also contains 40% fewer calories than sugar. And the best part is, Xucker is completely natural. It is derived from wood or corn plant fibers – without genetic engineering.
Xylitol, often called birch sugar, is a natural type of sugar. One major advantage of xylitol over regular sugar is that it doesn’t cause cavities. In fact, it even helps prevent them. There is also a zero-calorie version, which is equally natural: Xucker Light. Read more
When used regularly, the positive effects of xylitol are fourfold. When dissolved in the mouth, it promotes salivation. Saliva contains a high proportion of calcium phosphate, which is responsible for the formation and hardening of tooth enamel. Read more
You can effectively protect your teeth with xylitol chewing gum and toothpaste, but the most affordable way is with pure Xucker. Click here to find out what you need to know about it.
Too much sugar makes you sick. It can cause extensive damage, not only to your teeth, but also to your body as a whole. The food industry sneaks sugar into almost every product, disguising it under many names. Click here to find out why Xucker is a sweeter alternative in many respects.
With Xucker (xylitol) and Xucker Light (erythritol), you can finally enjoy sweetness without damaging your health. Unlike other sugar substitutes such as sorbitol, the body gets used to larger amounts of xylitol and erythritol after a few days. Even large amounts of xylitol and erythritol are harmless to children and adults. Read more
The production of xylitol is complex and requires special expertise. It is made 100% from renewable resources. Either wood or corn cobs are used. Read more
Plant fibers rich in xylose or xylan are used as raw material for the production of xylitol. We guarantee that no genetically modified plants are used as the source. Genetic engineering is excluded from the entire production process. Read more
Xylitol is dangerous to some animals (including dogs, rabbits, and goats). Other animals, such as cats, can consume xylitol without issue. Humans can definitely consume xylitol safely. However, you shouldn’t take large amounts of it in the beginning because otherwise xylitol can have a laxative effect. Read more
Ich habe eine Familie mit zwei Kindern. Unsere Ernährung ist weitgehend vollwertig mit hohem Bio-Anteil. Die Sehnsucht nach Süßem wird fast ausschließlich mit Obst, Bitterschokolade, Xylit-Kaugummis und -Bonbons, mit durch Xylit gesüßtes Gebäck, Eis oder Quarkspeisen gestillt. Mehr erfahren