Maple syrup contributes to your health
With a low glycemic index, maple syrup lowers blood sugar levels and reduces insulin production by the pancreas, decreasing the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. In addition, due to its Abscisic acid, known to release insulin in the body, maple syrup has therapeutic properties for diabetes. Thanks to its different constituents, maple syrup preserves liver function preventing the accumulation of lipids in the liver and reducing insulin resistance. Also, several maple syrup compounds have anti-carcinogenic, antidiabetic and anti-inflammatory properties. Maple syrup has a profile rich in vitamins and minerals that contribute to maintaining good health.
Maple Syrup for Athletes
Maple syrup helps to energize before, during and after intense physical training in quickly bringing carbohydrates to the muscles, a valuable asset for active people. Athletes can add maple syrup to their diet such as a homemade muffin, natural cereal or a smoothie. Moreover, its antioxidants help to protect the cells of the body against the harmful effects due to the oxidative stress coming from amongst other things an intense physical activity.
Add an exquisite flavor to your kitchen
- Prepared meals
- Drinks (alcoholic, lemonade, smoothies, energy drinks)
Benefits for all, gourmets, well-being and sports enthusiasts.
Thanks to its content of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other beneficial compounds, maple syrup contributes to a better nourishment and advantageously replaces any other food sweetener.