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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.
The gum has a hard texture and flavor disappears quickly. Love the packaging though, just wish the gum was better.1
There is nothing special about this gum. It reminded me of the old fashion Chiclets. Very tiny pieces of gum with very little flavor that goes away very fast.2
I really enjoyed this gum. I like how it is sugar free as well.5
This gum is okay, has some different flavor. Wouldn't mind trying the lemon one. As much as the product likes to say its free from aspartame it has xylitol which is not exactly the safest thing to put in your mouth either. With that I rather stay with a gum that uses just pure cane sugar and that doesn't try to seem healthier.3
I thought this gum was ok, nothing special. I like that it's made with natural sugars, but didn't keep it flavor very long. This certainly is good if you just want to change the flavor after a meal or a quick bit of gum prior to a meeting, but for anything longer, this isn't the gum for you.3
I know that Xylitol is good for your teeth but I have also noticed xylitol gum's flavor does not last more than 5 minutes.2
This gum reminds me of something you'd give to a little kid. It doesn't last long and you'd have to pop in 5 pieces to get a good size. It tastes good and doesn't get stuck in your teeth.3
I like the idea of the natural source but the flavor lasted for about 10 to 15 chews before it just disappeared. If they could make the flavor last longer I would probably purchase it.2
This hardly holds flavor and is just plain not worth the money. I'll be sticking with drugstore gum.2
I appreciate the effort Glee makes to offer a natural, health-promoting chewing gum, but it lacks flavor and the texture is pretty subpar.3