Eclipse Mint Peppermint 40g x 12
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I was asked to look at these mints by a friend who employs a lot of staff and was concerned that they were on "everyone's desks, all the time". "Are they safe?" Maltitol Syrup – Another sugar alcohol used as a sweetener, maltitol syrup is commonly found in sugar-free chewing gum and candy. It has a similar taste to sugar but doesn’t have the same negative effects on oral health or blood sugar levels. Eclipse is a brand of chewing gum and breath mint, first introduced in the U.S. by the Wrigley Company in 1999 as its first entrant into the U.S. pellet gum segment. It was modeled after Excel in Canada, which was launched in 1991.
Sugar alcohols like sorbitol and mannitol can cause digestive issues if consumed in large amounts. However, the amount present in Eclipse Mints is generally considered safe. 6. Are Eclipse Mints vegan-friendly?Relieves Dry Mouth: Mints can help stimulate the production of saliva in the mouth, which can help alleviate dry mouth symptoms. Dry mouth can lead to bad breath, gum disease, and tooth decay, making it essential to maintain optimal oral hygiene. Eclipse Mints do not cause dental erosion. Unlike acidic beverages and candies, Eclipse Mints have a neutral pH, which means that they do not erode tooth enamel. In late 2007, the American Dental Association awarded its seal of approval to Eclipse sugarfree gum. Orbit and Extra, two other chewing gum products from the same company, also bear the ADA seal.
Yes, Eclipse Mints are safe to consume for individuals with diabetes as they do not contain any sugar. 5. Can Eclipse Mints cause any digestive issues? Yes, Eclipse Mints are available in various flavors such as peppermint, winterfrost, and spearmint. Closing Thoughts
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This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. While the Eclipse mint tin is pretty nice, I think it would be even nicer if it had a warning that says "May cause intenstinal distress. Do not eat more than 10 per day."
Eclipse Mints encourage saliva production in the mouth. Saliva plays a critical role in maintaining a healthy mouth, dislodging food particles, and neutralizing acids that can wear down tooth enamel. Some drugs may have Authority Required (Streamlined) status which does not require an explicit approval from Medicare, instead the doctor can use the Authority code found in the published Schedule for a given drug/indication.
Aspartame: Another sweetener used in some Eclipse Mint varieties is aspartame, a low-calorie sweetener that is about 200 times sweeter than sugar. While it is deemed safe by regulatory agencies, there has been controversy and debate about its potential health risks.