Your pregnancy is an important time in your life. Your body is experiencing all kinds of changes, and you're doing everything you can to deliver a healthy baby. Many women worry about consuming anything with artificial ingredients, and rightly so. Everything you eat your baby eats, too.
During your pregnancy you visit your doctor often, and you take the vitamins he tells you to take. The next time you visit your doctor, ask him about pregnancy and Xylitol. Recent studies have found a link between consuming Xylitol during pregnancy and stronger teeth in infants.
You're careful to keep in shape, drink lots of water, and eat the right foods during your pregnancy, but you need to pay careful attention to your dental care as well. Your baby's teeth may not appear until several months after he's born, but his teeth start to form in the womb at around four months. If you don't have good dental habits, you may actually pass cavity-forming bacteria on to your baby.