Maple syrup is a product that is extracted naturally from the maple tree. It is characteristic of certain parts of North America. Maple syrup has been made for centuries, with Indians making holes in the tree and collecting its sap.
Maple syrup is an extremely valuable food product worldwide because it is pure, contains fewer calories than similar products, contains more nutrients and minerals, and contains only about 60% sugar. It is an ideal source of manganese and zinc. Mitochondria, which produce energy in our cells, use manganese as fuel, and it is also good for heart health. Zinc reduces the levels of bad cholesterol, improves the immune system and protects us from many adverse conditions. Maple syrup is extremely important for male reproduction and for fighting prostate enlargement or cancer.
By consuming this amazing juice, we supply our body with carbohydrates, sugars, soluble and insoluble fiber, sodium, vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, amino acids and more.