- Excellent source of Minerals Manganese + Zinc
- Both Boost Immune System
- Manganese Activates Enzymes to Produce Energy
- Manganese -Antioxidant Against Cancer
- Zinc contains Antioxidants that Protect the Heart
Manganese helps to maintain reproductive health and participates in the production of sex hormones.
Zinc is recommended by health care specialists to help reduce prostate size.
Omega-6 is an essential fatty acid that is not produced in the body and must be consumed. 28 mg of Omega-6 fatty acids can be found in 1 oz of maple syrup.
50 calories in 1 tablespoon Maple Syrup vs. of Honey or Karo corn syrup.
Other Nutrients: calcium, potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron,vitamin B5,
vitamin B6, riboflavin, niacin, biotin, folic acid & amino acids.
A Natural Sweetener
- No Additives or Preservatives
- Sodium & Cholesterol Free
- Used Since Ancient Times on the North American Continent to Sweeten & Preserve Food
- World-wide Market for use on Pancakes, Waffles, Ice cream, Cereals, Popcorn, Tea, Coffee and Baked Beans!!
- Glaze for Meats & Vegetables
- Superb Flavoring for Baked Goods
It is suggested that the compounds contained within pure maple syrup offer cancer prevention benefits. A study performed at University du Québec à Chicoutimi in Canada revealed that the antioxidant capabilities of pure maple syrup were effective at inhibiting the damage that is
caused by nitric oxide. The ability to inhibit overproduction of nitric oxide will also prevent the proliferation of cancer cells.
suggest that the maple syrup may also be effective in lowering blood glucose levels. According to United Press International, pure maple syrup contains a significant concentration of abscisic acid. Abscisic acid is a chemical that promotes insulin secretion of the pancreas and increases the insulin sensitivity of fat cells. The presence of abscisic acid and the qualities it possesses allow pure maple syrup to be an effective treatment against diabetes.
Pure maple syrup is very rich in many essential vitamins and minerals, especially zinc. A study performed by the Department of Medicine
at the University of Turku in Finland suggests there is a direct relationship between low serum zinc levels and incidence of cardiovascular heart disease. The results of the study confirmed that low serum zinc levels is a risk factor for cardiovascular heart disease in diabetic and non-diabetic patients. The zinc concentration in pure maple syrup can regulate serum zinc levels and reduce the risk of cardiovascular heart disease.