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The words “sugar free” usually serve as a warning that we’ll be ingesting some sort of synthetic sweetener like aspartame. Not so with Glee Gum, which uses xylitol instead of other artificial sugar substitutes. This natural substance is made from American birch and beech trees. Not only does xylitol have a superior taste, but it can also help improve dental health and clear nasal passages.
I did not think there was anything special about the gum. I certainly would not pay $$ for it. I was disappointed when I received the gum in my box.1
After chewing for a few minutes the gum would split and became an odd texture1
I'm sure this is due to the lack of chemicals, but I thought this gum had such an odd taste right from the beginning. It lost it's flavor really quickly and the texture went downhill pretty fast. Wouldn't buy this.1
Tried it. Better than Chiclets, it doesn't have a bad after taste or stick to your teeth, but lost it's flavor very quickly and left me unsatisfied. I usually akin Chiclet's to helping pull out a loose tooth.1
I don't have super high standard for gum, but these pieces were very small and lost flavor very fast - cute packaging, so I had high hopes. A rare negative review from me on this one.1
The flavor lasts for two seconds, and then the gum becomes unbearably hard. I had to spit it out almost immediately.1
It was gum with a slight flavor that faded within two minutes and the gum was tough as boot leather shortly thereafter. I wouldn't go out of my way to buy special gum, so this was just a meh product.1
The texture and taste of this just didn't do it for me. I would rather have sugar in my gum!1
the flavor of this gum was a little gross, so it's almost a good thing that it only lasted about 2 seconds. I would never buy this, and found it a waste of box item.1
Did not taste as fresh as other gum. Gum would stick in my molars and was difficult to get off. Threw additional pieces out.1