Maple Water, the real deal or just another health fad?

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So a few weeks ago I was sent a box of Drink Maple Water to review. Now I had never heard of or tried Maple Water before so I thought it would be good to try something new.

Obviously I know I should be comsuming at least 2 litres of water a day but I’m just not a fan of water on its own, so I usually have coconut water or infused water. However if I am ill or in the summer I can easily drink a large bottle of water.

So Maple Water should appeal to me as it’s still water but with more taste to it than plain water.

“The process of making Maple Water is simple. During the long winter months, the sap in Maple trees collect nutrients from the soil. When Spring comes to Vermont and the days grow warm, the sap starts to run, delivering and nutrients straight to the tree. That’s when we collect the sap straight from the tree. In the process, no trees are harmed.”- DRINKmaple.

Benefits

Low in sugar (half the sugar of coconut water.

Only one ingredient, from tree to bottle with nothing added.

Nutrient Rich

Good source of Manganese which can support thryroid health and sugar control.

The water has a subtle maple taste which would be ideal who anyone who wants the same benefits of coconut water without the strong coconut taste. As I’m a fan of coconut water I found DRINKmaple a little too subtle for my tastebuds. However its subtle taste makes it a great base for a mocktail.

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The recipe of which can be found Here .

 

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