Falim Sugar-Free Chewing Gum! No sugar, No artificial sweeteners


#1

Here is a sugar-free, artificial sweetener-free chewing gum:

This could be really good for keeping those chewing muscles working while adding no unwanted ingredients. Has anyone else seen any similar products?


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#2

What are the ingredients? It looks like it has no sugar AND no sugar substitutes and no flavor. Might be interesting.


#3

Come on, be our guinea pig, try it out!


#4

I couldn’t find an ingredient list. I searched for a plain gum that would be a good chewing substitute for Soylenters, and this is what I’ve found so far. It looks like @kennufs may have the right idea, and I’ll just have to be the guinea pig on this one. Then again, aren’t we all? :smile:


#5

@BriBy, did you ever get a chance to try this out?


#6

I ordered a couple of packs. I should have it in a few days. I’ll be sure to give a “review” of it on this thread when I get it.


#7

Well…it finally arrived. It is very interesting…yeah…that’s the word I’ll go with. It has absolutely no sweetness. It has a very light ginseng root flavor with just a hint of mint. It is a bit tougher than most American chewing gums, but that may be a good thing if you’re chewing it to give your teeth and jaw muscles a workout. All in all, I think I will chew a stick of Falim every day…since I paid for it and don’t want to waste my money. However, if you are able to tolerate regular sugar-free gum or don’t mind the sugar in regular chewing gum, I would suggest that as the cheaper, more enjoyable chewing experience. I give Falim 4 out of 5 stars for being exactly what it claims to be: a gum that’s about as plain as you can get.


#8

I’ve also been chewing this. First few days, my jaws hurt like crazy. I realized my jaw muscles were getting stronger though and it became easier. This stuff lasts forever. I can usually chew it for 4-5 hours before it softens too much to be beneficial.

They also have a ‘fruit’ flavored version. It only has the slightest hint of Juicy Fruit, but it’s interesting. I enjoy it and plan to continue chewing it.


#9

Thanks for the info. The flavored versions look good. Do you know if the flavored versions contain artificial sweeteners?


#10

Looks like I’m going to order some. My major issues with chewing gum are that it is too soft and too sweet/strong flavors.

Thanks, BriBy!


#11

You’re welcome. The info I found online said that the flavored Falim contains no sugar and no artificial sweeteners. I’ll be ordering those next.


#12

Just got my package of the fruit-flavored Falim yesterday. Very subtle flavor, I think most folks would probably consider the gum to be unflavored. My wife and 2/3rds of my kids couldn’t taste the flavor at all. Lasts quite a while, I chewed a piece for a couple hours last night and there was no real change in overall texture or firmness after the first few minutes.

That said, I think it is perfect for me.