What can maple syrup do for athletes? – podcast

INSIDER's Steve Myers talks to researcher Jonathon Tremblay, Ph.D., University of Montreal, about the latest research on maple syrup, muscle bioenergetics and recovery hydration at the 2nd Annual Maple Symposium.

Steve Myers, Senior Editor

May 9, 2019

INSIDER's Steve Myers sat down with Jonathon Tremblay, Ph.D., associate professor, School of Kinesiology and Exercise Science, University of Montreal, at the 2nd Annual Global Symposium on Chemistry & Biological Effects of Maple Food Products during the American Chemical Society Conference in Orlando, Florida, to talk about the latest research on maple syrup and water on exercise performance. The symposium was sponsored by Québec Maple Syrup Producers.

This podcast will include discussion of:

  • How maple affects muscle bioenergetics and recovery hydration.

  • Why athletes may prefer maple-infused water over similar hydration beverages.

  • Future research considerations for maple in exercise performance and recovery.

Got feedback? Email Steve at [email protected], or tweet to @NatProdINSIDER using the hashtag #INSIDERpodcast.

About the Author(s)

Steve Myers

Senior Editor

Steve Myers is a graduate of the English program at Arizona State University. He first entered the natural products industry and Virgo Publishing in 1997, right out of college, but escaped the searing Arizona heat by relocating to the East Coast. He left Informa Markets in 2022, after a formidable career focused on financial, regulatory and quality control issues, in addition to writing stories ranging research results to manufacturing. In his final years with the company, he spearheaded the editorial direction of Natural Products Insider.

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