Zint Xylitol is purified and driven from nature. xylitol is here, in me and you... Our bodies naturally produce from 5 to 10 grams every day from other food sources using established energy pathways. It is not a strange or artificial substance, but a natural, normal part of everyday metabolism.
Zint Gelatin is made from connective tissue and/or bones of pasture raised animals, pasture raised animals are known to have the nutrition animals come with in nature, the Zint hydrolyzing process, ensures that you get the most out of it, preserving the nutrition.
Zint's commitment to quality shows in every step of our production process. No pesticides, herbicides, or Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) are involved in the raw materials or the manufacturing process. There is no exposure to common allergens or aflatoxins.
Zint's unique manufacturing techniques with state-of-the-art machinery, ensures that we preserve the natural nutrition of our raw materials, we ensure - unlike mainstream manufacturers - that our customers should get the utmost nutrition.
Zint’s state-of-the-art facility has been engineered and designed to maximize production output efficiencies while maintain the highest level of quality control.
It simply means that cattle are raised their entire life on natural grasses. They eat a diet made up of grass, legumes, herbs and forbs. They live outside, in natural conditions and are humanely raised from the time they are born until the day they are processed.
Aren’t all cattle raised the same way? No. In fact 99% of all the beef you buy has been raised in a factory-farm setting where cattle are raised in the stressful confinement of overcrowded feedlots where they are exposed to disease and fed diets that are not natural for them. One reason to prefer a pastured, grass-fed cow is that it has had a dramatically better life than its feedlot cousin. Grass-fed animals remain on pasture from birth to market, roaming around in fresh air and sunshine.
While it seems like an oxymoron that sugar should actually be good for your teeth - read on nevertheless. Whether you are fighting tooth decay, plaque build-up, bad breath, dry mouth or any combination thereof - products sweetened with the look- and taste-alike sugar substitute xylitol frequently provide effective help and constitute easy preventive dental care par excellence.
Perhaps the most important job xylitol does is what it doesn’t do– it doesn’t feed bacteria. As we know, bacteria feed on the sugars in our mouths– sugars from bready foods like cereal or pretzels, sweetened drinks, fruit, and of course candy.
Zint is one of the most recent food opportunities to hit the market and it has been steadily increasing in popularity throughout the last few years. Zint is a company that is specifically designed to produce high quality healthy, and natural food products.