Normally, Maple Syrup and Honey are sweeteners that are sold in alternative for the refined Sugar. Maple Syrup is produced from heating that is sap for maple Trees while Honey is produced by Bees from pollen as the food source. Honey and Maple Syrup primarily have different Carbohydrates, Fats, Proteins, Vitamins, Minerals and many other components counts. While, the Maple Syrup is rich in the mineral contents so that it is preferred most by many people. Native Americans first claimed that they have discovered the sap from maple trees are processed for making the Maple Syrup. Canada is considered as largest producer of Maple Syrup stocking more amount of the Maple Syrup when compared to America. Nowadays, most people choose the top quality natural Canadian Maple Syrup for gaining more benefits for their body and some of the health benefits are


  • Boosts immune system
  • Rich in antioxidant properties
  • Helps in maintaining heart health
  • Aids in maintaining the male reproductive health
  • Protect against cardiovascular disorders

Maple syrup is prepared using sugary sap from Maple Tree and preparation involves piercing or tapping of tree for obtaining the sap. Maple Tree accumulates starch in its trunks and roots before winter season. Long accumulation of starch would be easier for converting the original state to sugar. The sugar rises during the spring season and mixed with water forming the maple ready for the harvesting or collection. Sap contains higher water ratio that will be undergoing for the processing so that water gets evaporated leaving thick or concentrated syrup. Heating process is made on the concentrated syrup so that the final product arrives. Entire process do not involve in the usage of chemical additives, agents or preservatives. Maple syrups are readily available in stores and consuming the natural and pure Maple syrup would be useful for a better health.