Birch Xylitol Sweetener 5-Pound Bag $17.99 Shipped on Amazon (Reg. $45) – Keto Diet Friendly

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hand placing a tablespoon of morning pep xylitol into a cup of coffee

Save a whopping 55% off this highly-rated sweetener on Amazon!

Through August 28th, head over to Amazon where you can snag this Morning Pep Pure Birch Xylitol 5lb Bag for only $17.99 shipped or less when you clip the 50% off digital coupon and opt to Subscribe & Save (regularly $40.49)!

This keto-friendly sugar substitute has a low glycemic index making it safe for diabetics while being low-calorie and low-carb. It’s perfect for sweetening coffee or tea and with 40% fewer calories and 75% fewer carbs than table sugar, it’s an ideal replacement when cooking or baking. Plus, it looks and tastes just like sugar with no aftertaste.

Morning Pep is made right here in the USA from real birch and its uses extend far beyond the kitchen! Xylitol has also been proven to work wonders for oral health. You can use it to make your own toothpaste or mouthwash and it also makes a great addition to homemade sugar scrubs and nasal rinses.

Here’s how to score this deal…

A 5lb bag of Morning Pep Xylitol on a counter

Morning Pep Pure Birch Xylitol 5lb Bag $44.99
Clip the 50% off digital coupon
Opt to Subscribe & Save (10-15% off + free shipping)
Final cost $17.99 shipped (10% off) or $15.74 shipped (15% off)!

A spoonful of morning pep xylitol in front of the whole bag

Morning Pep already has THOUSANDS of 5-star reviews…

This is really great tasting. It looks and tastes just like table sugar. We use it in hot tea and for baking. It measures exactly the same amounts in any recipe in place of sugar. No net carbs or calories. I’ve tested my blood sugar before and after using it and this never raises it. I always use the one made from birch, much better for you than the xylitol made from corn since organic corn is usually contaminated nowadays with GMO corn. The brands made with corn do cost less and taste the same though.

I’m on my NINETEENTH bag. That’s right! I’ve been ordering this since 2019. My dentist suggested I use it to reduce tarter and improve my oral health. Since starting, my dental health has been better than ever before. My appointments for cleanings have been reduced from three times per year to twice per year. I have minimal tartar build-up and no gum issues. Prior to using Xylitol, I had bleeding gums, tarter build-up, and deep gum pockets, but no more. It really does work! It’s not cheap but, if it improves my dental health, it’s well worth every cent. Oh, did I mention the taste? It tastes exactly like sugar. My wife uses it for baking as well.

I found this product while doing research for the Keto diet I’ve been on and I wanted to rid myself of using Splenda as a go-to sweetener for my morning coffee. This product is fantastic. Great taste, dissolves just like sugar and a lot better for you than refined white sugar. The only thing that may be a drawback for some people is it tends to have a laxative effect especially if you drink a couple of cups of coffee in the morning and use this as your sweetener. From my point of view, the side effect is a welcome relief because the Keto diet tends to constipate me every 3 or 4 days if I’m not getting enough natural fiber. All in all, I highly recommend this product especially if you’re on Keto or looking to kick the Splenda habit.

About the writer:

Nicole has 7 years of blogging experience. While her primary background has been in the restaurant and hospitality industry, she is a self-taught couponer with over 10 years of hands-on experience and a desire to share her knowledge to help others save.

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  1. Susan Stauffer

    Xylitol is a great sweetener. I just wanted to post this so that others who may not know about its effect on dogs–it is highly toxic to dogs. So if you make something with this sweetener, be sure not to share it with them, or give them a taste…or be careful if they have the opportunity to steal anything. I know my dogs will swipe anything they can and run off and eat it.

    • Trish (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks so much for sharing the warning on how this can be toxic for dogs, Susan! Much appreciated! 🤗💕

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