"We're thrilled to have been invited by Xlear to learn more about xylitol...as we've seen first-hand the benefits it has provided our listeners on Duke and the Doctor."
Columbus, GA (PRWEB) February 15, 2011
Xlear held its third educational conference in Cancun, Mexico. In attendance were Duke Liberatore and Dr. Jan McBarron MD, ND among several other pioneering researchers and medical professionals studying the health benefits of xylitol. The previous year the conference was held in Rome, Italy, and hosted speakers hailing from across the globe.
Xlear (pronounced “clear”), which has been a sponsor of Liberatore and wife, Dr. McBarron's health talk radio show 'Duke and the Doctor' for the past three years, invited them to the conference as reputable guests. Liberatore, who is also CEO and founder of health food store, Peachtree Natural Foods, has seen sales skyrocket on all of the Xlear product line -- including the best-selling Spry toothpaste, oral rinse, chewing gum and Xlear® Nasal Spray. The couple ensure that they attend several health industry seminars each year to stay abreast of new developments and products introduced to the natural health market, which is often to say the least.
“We’re thrilled to have been invited by Xlear to learn more about xylitol a product we’ve seen the firsthand benefits of for our listeners on Duke and the Doctor,” Liberatore said.
Xlear owes its success to the unique and clinically-researched ingredient xylitol, which is a bulk sweetener similar in functional properties and sweetness to sugar. However, it's been studied and used since the 70s as a natural health product to prevent tooth decay and clear up sinus issues. Also, xylitol actually increases mineral absorption in the mouth and helps strengthen tooth enamel.
About Duke and the Doctor
Dr. McBarron is a board certified physician with her own weight-loss practice in Columbus, GA. She and husband, Duke Liberatore, host health talk radio show “Duke and the Doctor”, where the solutions and recommendations they offer have virtually no side effects and are often less expensive than prescription drugs. Dr. McBarron urges listeners and patients to make informed decisions about their health, instead of relying on often risky prospects presented by many prescription medications. The show airs in over 150 markets nationwide.