Orbit gum is sweetened using a mixture of alcohol sweeteners including aspartame, sorbitol, mannitol and xylitol. Orbit gum contains less than 2 percent of non-nutrative sweeteners, which include acesulfame K and sucralo... More »

Orbit sugar-free gum's primary ingredients are gum base, sugar alcohols and flavorings. The sugar alcohols include sorbitol, xylitol, mannitol and glycerol. These ingredients comprise 98 percent of the gum; the other two... More »

The chemical Xylitol is a sugar substitute that can be harmful to dogs. Varying amounts of the chemical are used in chewing gum. About eight to 10 sticks could be harmful to a 65-pound dog. More »

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The dangers of aspartame, acesulfame, sucralose and other artificial sweeteners relate to interactions that interfere with body chemistry and digestive processes. As of 2015 acesulfame, sucralose and aspartame have all b... More »

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Orbit gum wrappers are not made for human consumption and should not be eaten. The materials inside of the wrapper are not toxic, but they are not meant to be ingested. More »

Some ingredients of Orbit chewing gum include sorbitol, gum base, glycerol and natural and artificial flavors. Ingredients of Orbit chewing gum may vary slightly depending on the flavor. Most Orbit chewing gum flavors co... More »

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The Food and Drug administration approved Splenda, suggesting it is safe for use as a sweetener. Although Splenda is safe for consumption, a study published on PubMed Central suggests adverse affects on some of the body'... More »

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