What has been your experience with xylitol for teeth? You don't necessarily have to eat it.
I don't eat mine, but I use it for rinse like listerine in public settings. I believe it really does help ease pain and help with bacteria, but it hurts my nerves where my crowning is whenever I use it in high concentration sometimes. I never heard of pain happening to anyone else except here where it claims that xylitol's "cooling effect" might be the culprit: http://www.healingteethnaturally.com/xylitol-dental-care-frequently-asked-questions-faq-5.html
I am confused about this though, as it says xylitol is bad? http://articles.businessinsider.com/2011-10-11/news/30265858_1_diet-soda-dental-erosion-diet-beverages
And if you use xylitol, then what brand do you use? I first began with the Emerald Forest Xyla.