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by Zoebess

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  • The Tao of Maple Syrup   by  Zoebess     16 y     6,983       5 Messages Shown       Blog: The Master Cleanse Express

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    The Master Cleanse drink contains Maple Syrup as a source of nutrition. Pure maple syrup is used. Maple syrup comes in different grades, with the darkest grade being the most dense nutritionally. It has a strong sweet taste and is the preferred grade, Grade B, when making the lemonade. I also add a little to my laxative tea for a taste treat, and a spoonful if I feel I need extra energy. I use Now Brand Organic Maple Syrup specifically because some maple syrup is filtered using formaldehyde, so an organic label is important to me.

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    Here is an article which describes the health benefits of Pure Maple Syrup.

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    Maple syrup

    When you want to satisfy your sweet tooth, don’t forget to consider using maple syrup which contains fewer calories and a higher concentration of minerals than honey. It is available throughout the year in your local supermarket.

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    Maple syrup is one of the many wonders of the world. This viscous amber liquid with its characteristic earthy sweet taste is made from the sap of the sugar, black or red maple tree. The process of creating maple syrup begins with tapping (piercing) the tree, which allows the sap to run out freely. The sap is clear and almost tasteless and very low in sugar content when it is first tapped. It is then boiled to evaporate the water producing syrup with the characteristic flavor and color of maple syrup and sugar content of 60%.

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    Sweeten Your Antioxidant Defenses

    The trace mineral manganese is an essential cofactor in a number of enzymes important in energy production and antioxidant defenses. For example, the key oxidative enzyme superoxide dismutase, which disarms free radicals produced within the mitochondria (the energy production factories within our cells), requires manganese. One ounce of maple syrup supplies 22.0% of the daily value for this very important trace mineral.

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    Be Sweet to Your Heart with Maple Syrup

    Maple syrup is a good sweetener to use if you are trying to protect the health of your heart. The zinc supplied by maple syrup, in addition to acting as an antioxidant, has other functions that can decrease the progression of atherosclerosis. Zinc is needed for the proper function of endothelial cells and helps to prevent the endothelial damage caused by oxidized LDL cholesterol and other oxidized fats. (The endothelium is the inner lining of blood vessels.) Endothelial membranes low in zinc are much more prone to injury. Additionally, studies have found that in adults deficient in manganese, the other trace mineral amply supplied in maple syrup, the level of HDL (the "good" cholesterol) is decreased.

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    Sweet Support for Your Immune System

    Zinc and manganese are important allies in the immune system. Many types of immune cells appear to depend upon zinc for optimal function. Particularly in children, researchers have studied the effects of zinc deficiency (and zinc supplementation) on their immune response and their number of white blood cells, including specific studies on T lymphocytes, macrophages, and B cells (all types of white blood cells important for immune defenses). In these studies, zinc deficiency has been shown to compromise numbers of white blood cell and immune response, while zinc supplementation has been shown to restore conditions to normal. In addition to the role played by zinc, the manganese in maple syrup is important since, as a component of the antioxidant SOD, it helps lessen inflammation, thus supporting healing. In addition, manganese may also act as an immunostimulant.

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    Real Healthy Men Use Maple Syrup

    Maple syrup may help to support reproductive health and provides special benefits for men. Zinc is concentrated more highly in the prostate than in any other human tissue, and low levels of zinc in this gland relate to a higher risk for prostate cancer. In fact, zinc is a mineral used therapeutically by healthcare practitioners to help reduce prostate size. Manganese may also play a role in supporting men’s health since, as a catalyst in the synthesis of fatty acids and cholesterol, it also participates in the production of sex hormones, thus helping to maintain reproductive health.

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    Description

    Maple syrup is one of the many wonders of the world. This viscous amber liquid with its characteristic earthy sweet taste is made from the sap of either the sugar, black or red maple tree. The process of creating maple syrup begins with tapping (piercing) the tree, which allows the sap to run out freely. The collected clear, almost tasteless sap is then condensed by boiling, a process that helps to concentrate its initial single digit sugar content to more than 60%. This process also creates the characteristic flavor and deep color of the syrup.

    The scientific name for the sugar maple tree, from which maple syrup is obtained, is Acer saccharum.

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    History

    The process of making maple syrup is an age-old tradition of the North American Indians, who used it both as a food and as a medicine. They would make incisions into trees with their tomohawks and use birch barks to collect the sap. The sap would be condensed into syrup by evaporating the excess water using one of two methods: plunging hot stones into the sap or the nightly freezing of the sap, following by the morning removal of the frozen water layer.

    When the settlers came to North America, they were fascinated by this traditional process and in awe of the delicious, natural sweetener it produced. They developed other methods to reduce the syrup, using iron drill bits to tap the trees and then boiling the sap in the metal kettles in which it was collected.

    Maple syrup was the main sweetener used by the colonists since sugar from the West Indies was highly taxed and very expensive. As sugar became cheaper to produce, it began to replace maple syrup as a relied upon sweetener. In fact, maple syrup production is approximately one-fifth of what it was in the beginning of the 20th century.

    Maple syrup-producing trees are only found in select regions of North America. The main producers of maple syrup are New York, Vermont, and in Canada, Quebec.

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    How to Select and Store

    Maple syrup is available in individual containers and in bulk in some stores. The quality of the syrup varies in characteristics such as color, taste and consistency. All maple syrups are labeled with a grade based upon an official United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) grading system. There are three versions of Grade A maple syrup, including Light Amber, Medium Amber and Dark Amber. The lighter the color, the more subtle the flavor. Maple syrup is also available in a Grade B version, although since it has the most pronounced taste, it is usually reserved for cooking and use in processed foods.

    Pure maple syrup is distinguished in its labeling from maple flavored syrups. While they are generally more expensive, their rich unique flavor makes them worth the extra money.

    While unopened containers of maple syrup can be stored in a cool dry place, they should be kept in the refrigerator once they are opened. Maple syrup can be frozen, although it should be defrosted before use since it very viscous and hard to pour when frozen. If any mold appears in the syrup, even if just on the surface, you should throw away the entire container since it may be contaminated.

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    Life is Sweet!

    be happy, be well,
    Zoe
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    • excellent blog   by  boobookittyCAT     16 y     1,511
      did you post one about the miracle of cayenne fruit ? Not sure if I over looked that

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      • Re: excellent blog   by  Zoebess     16 y     1,116
        Cayenne article, not yet...but its on my mind and I have the research and pics ready...ggg. It will come soon so stay tuned...ggg The power of the pepper! I promise to get it out before you hit your day 50! You will not want to give up your relationship with that spice!

        I am glad you liked the blog. I did not keep notes my first cleanse and most of it I did not post about since it was a personal journey up and down with major detox since I had never before done the MC. This one, I am more relaxed, having more fun and will probably be a little sad when it is over. Its sort of like Colon Bootcamp and forcing myself to do what it takes to get back to a level of health where my function is high and my outlook is great makes me feel good that I still have that passion in me. It is not easy but easier than the self-talk I hear when I slug out, and indulge in food choices which are just like opening my mouth and poking trash in my cake hole!!

        Best of luck with your continuing success!!

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        many blessings,
        Zoe

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        • Re: excellent blog   by  boobookittyCAT     16 y     1,294
          cayenne is my new found honnie : ) . I feel blessed to have gone through this journey and I met you along the way !! I will surely come back to the board even when I am done . I am sad to stop so I know just what you mean .
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          • Re: excellent blog   by  Zoebess     16 y     1,149
            Cayenne ROCKS!

            I hope to see you post-cleanse too. Detour loves to drop in. I wish others like Picolo and Totoro and quite a few others...certainly SageSmoke, would drop in and share how things went for them post-cleanse. We seem to get repeaters and lots of newcomers. I am glad we have a supportive forum too. Makes it possible for many to shift gears and make their lives better!! Yay for us....gggg

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