Maple Syrup the Champion food of the generation

Maple Syrup is nature’s wonderful gift to mankind.

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Canada produces 85% of the world’s Maple Syrup, yet how many Canadians know the benefits of consuming maple syrup?

Sadly not enough has been done by Canada to promote maple syrup both in the domestic as well as international market?

While shopping for Maple Syrup one has to be careful in selecting the 100% pure version, as there are many cheap and fake versions of this stuff and cheap alternatives like corn syrup and other crap products.

 Maple syrup is seasonal and labor intensive. One tree can produce between 40 to 60 liters of sap and it takes around 40 liters of sap to produce mere one liter of Maple Syrup.

Health benefits of pure Canadian Maple Syrup are far more comprehensive than you might expect, this natural sweetener features over 65 antioxidants that can help delay or prevent diseases caused by free radicals, such as cancer or diabetes. In addition, maple syrup features high levels of zinc and manganese, keeping the heart healthy and boosting the immune system.

Native North Americans were the first to recognize Pure Maple Syrup as a source of nutrition and energy. Researchers have since documented that Maple Syrup has a higher nutritional value than all other common sweeteners

Pure Maple Syrup is a valuable source of mineral nutrients. Maple Syrup delivers more nutrition than all other common sweeteners and has one of the lowest

Calorie levels. Maple Syrup contains mineral nutrients and vitamins, which are an essential part of the daily diet in higher levels than other sweeteners.

Maple Syrup is also a natural product with no additives or preservative.

In addition to its remarkable nutritional content, researchers have documented that Maple Syrup contains numerous phenolic compounds, commonly found in plants and in agricultural products such as berries, tea, red wine and flax seed. Some of these compounds may benefit human health in significant ways. For example, researchers have documented the natural presence of abscisic acid (ABA) in Maple Syrup, a compound thought to stimulate insulin release by the pancreas.

Use of Pure Maple Syrup as an alternative to refined sugar can also add to the antioxidant content of the diet, similar to replacing refined grains with whole grains.

Note: Information provided is from various sources and International Maple Syrup Institute. Maple syrup is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. For treatment of illnesses seek the advice of licensed health practitioner.