Xanthan gum is made by fermenting simple sugars with a certain kind of bacteria. This turns the simple sugars into a chain of sugar building blocks. Some medicines are made with it.
Xanthan gum is used to treat diabetes, constipation, dry eyes, and many other problems, but most of these uses are not backed up by good scientific evidence.
Foods, toothpastes, and medicines are made with xanthan gum to make them thicker and more stable.
When xanthan gum gets into the intestine, it causes it to swell up. This makes the intestine move stool along. It also seems to make it take longer for the body to take in sugar.
Xanthan gum can make many foods better in terms of their texture, consistency, taste, shelf life, and look. It also makes foods more stable, so they can handle changes in temperature and pH. It also keeps foods from getting separated and lets them flow out of their containers easily.
◉ Lower blood sugar - In one study, healthy people went without food for 12 hours and then drank a healthy drink with xanthan gum. The researchers found that people who drank the drink with xanthan gum had lower blood sugar levels 20 minutes after drinking it than people in a control group.
◉ Make you feel fuller - Since xanthan gum is a type of soluble fiber, it can help you feel more full after a meal. This could help if you are trying to lose weight or keep it off.
◉ Combat tooth decay - Researchers have found that xanthan gum might help protect teeth from getting cavities and losing minerals.
◉ Substitute for saliva - People with Sjogren's syndrome, an autoimmune disease, have a dry mouth all the time. Mouthwash and other products are made with xanthan gum to help with this problem.
|Product Name||Xanthan Gum.
|Scientific Name||Xanthomonas campestris.|
|Country of Origin
||Originally from the United States. Packaged in the USA.
|Taste & Aroma
||Xanthan has no taste.|
|Shelf Life & Storage
||Shelf Life is about 24 – 36 month.The best way to store them is in a cool, dark place with a lid that keeps out air.|
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|Notice||This product information has not been appraised by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). For educational purposes only.|