So, What's The Deal With Aspartame?

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What is aspartame?

Aspartame is an ingredient used in other mint brands that they used in place of sugar. You may have noticed after eating a mint, your mouth is left with a bitter aftertaste. You want a mint to leave your mouth feeling nice and refreshed, but aspartame isn’t going to do it for you.

Well, how about sugar?

Sugar has a lot of problems. Excluding sugar from your diet is one of the best ways to lose weight and eating too much can lead to a slump later in the day. Sugary mints also leave behind traces of sugar residue which attracts bacteria, which causes your breath to smell worse. The exact thing you were trying to avoid by eating a breath mint.

Sugar has been making its way into more and more foods, which isn’t a good thing considering eating too much sugar can lead to all sorts of health problems. Eating some sugar is okay, but you shouldn’t have to worry about your sucrose intake every time you freshen your breath.

So, how does Myntz! do it?

Myntz uses a natural sugar substitute called Sorbitol. This ingredient is natural and comes from fruits like apples and peaches. It gets the job done of making Myntz! Breathmints taste great while being sugar-free with no bitter aftertaste at all.

The best breath mints are the ones without sugar or aspartame. Any old mint can freshen your breath, but they won’t be as orally hygienic or great tasting as the ones who do it right. Never had Myntz! Breathmints before? Since you’re already in the right place, go ahead and see the difference.



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