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Nutritional Value


Sugars…all created equal?
Not really. The table below shows the contribution of various sweeteners to the daily value (DV1) of various nutrients. No doubt that maple syrup is well ahead of its competitors. 

 

Maple syrup*

Honey

Sugar

Brown Sugar

Manganese

100

3

0

9

Riboflavine

37

2

1

0

Zinc

18

2

0

1

Magnesium

7

1

0

7

Calcium

5

0

0

5

Potassium

5

1

0

6



* Per 60 ml (¼ cup, en % DV1)
1DV: Daily value is the intake of a given nutrient deemed as to fulfill the daily nutritional needs of most individuals.
Sources: The Canadian Nutrient File (Health Canada).



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Glycemic index

This is the spectrum of glycemic index values for maple syrup and four other natural sweeteners. The study was conducted in 2006 in collaboration with Sainte-Justine Hospital.

Glycemic index.pdf