Although breast milk is noncariogenic
, it does contain lactose, which can be used by cariogenic bacteria to produce acids (19, 20).
Currently, the public increasingly demands more low glycaemic index and noncariogenic
products including fruits and vegetables in their formulations, along with new food-processing technologies for the manufacturing of such food products.
Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni has attracted scientific interest for its potential use as noncaloric [5, 6] and noncariogenic
[7, 8] sweetener and also for its multifaceted benefits on human health  and therapeutic properties [10,11].
These researchers concluded that oral bacteria cannot grow on the artificial sweetener hence causing less damage, indicating sucralose is noncariogenic
"Its low caloric value and noncariogenic
properties also make it suitable for numerous functional food formulations, such as beverages, cereal bars and extruded products." CNI has also developed a co-processed ingredient made from soluble acacia gum fiber and gluten-free insoluble wheat fiber that is specifically designed to mimic fat texture and reduce sugar content.
The use of noncariogenic
substances in medicines or sugar-free medicines must be prescribed when possible.
sweeteners Food Labeling: Health Claims; Dietary Noncariogenic
Carbohydrate Sweeteners and Dental Caries, 71 Fed.
TIC Gums' TicaPAN Coating System meets standards to qualify for sugar-free and noncariogenic
labelling (based on in-vitro) and is also available in a non-GMO version.
"We want to decrease the percentage of cariogenic bacteria, and increase the noncariogenic
Unlike sugar, however, it is noncariogenic
and slowly digested, which leads to a low glycemic response and prolonged glucose supply for optimized energy.
The latter is a noncariogenic
sweetening substance of low calorie content.