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Which Is Healthier: Maple Syrup or Honey?

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Maple Syrup has a lower glycemic index than honey, and it has less sugar (14g/tbsp) than honey (17g/tbsp). I think maple syrup also has more minerals.

To quote [ HealthifyMe](https://www.healthifyme.com/blog/maple-syrup-vs-honey):

“Honey has more B3, B5, and B6 and vitamin C and folate than maple syrup. In contrast, maple syrup contains a vitamin that honey does not: vitamin B1. Minerals like iron, phosphorus, and copper are all higher in honey. On the other hand, maple syrup has higher magnesium, calcium, zinc, and potassium.”

Caleb

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