Syrup Minerals

Minerals in Syrup

Minerals are inorganic substances required in small amounts by the body for a variety of different functions. Minerals are involved in the formation of bones and teeth, they are essential constituents of body fluids and tissues, they are components of enzyme systems and they are involved in normal nerve function.

Some of the minerals found in Syrup are: Potassium (225 mg), Calcium (109 mg) and Magnesium (21 mg).


Nutrition Facts for 100g

Daily values based in a diet 2,000 kcal

Calcium

Calcium is a very important mineral in human metabolism, making up about 2% of an adult human’s body weight. In 100 grams of Syrup, you can find 109 milligrams of calcium. It provides the 11% of the daily recommended value for the average adult.

109 mg

11%

daily value

Iron

The best known nutrition fact about iron is that meats and plant foods are rich in iron. More human health problems worldwide are caused by iron deficiency than by lack of any other nutrient. 100 grams of Syrup contains 0.11 milligrams of iron, that’s the 1% of the daily recommended value for an adult.

0.11 mg

1%

daily value

Potassium

Vegetables, especially green leafy varieties, are generally our richest sources of potassium. But this mineral can also be found in varying amounts in almost all foods. 225 milligrams of potassium can be found on every 100 grams of Syrup, the 5% of the total daily recommended potassium intake.

225 mg

5%

daily value

Magnesium

Magnesium is a key mineral in human metabolism. In fact, magnesium is necessary for more than 300 chemical reactions in the human body. In 100 grams of Syrup, you can find 21 milligrams of magnesium. It provides the 5% of the daily recommended value for the average adult.

21 mg

5%

daily value

Sodium

Sodium is needed for muscle contractions, nerve transmissions, maintaining pH balance and hydration. Sodium also regulates the fluid outside of the cells and is needed to pump fluid into the cells as potassium carries by-products out. 100 grams of Syrup contains 9 milligrams of sodium, that’s the 1% of the daily recommended value for an adult.

9 mg

1%

daily value

Zinc

Zinc is used as a cofactor by a number of critical enzymes. In fact, more than 300 zinc-dependent enzymes are currently known. Even a mild dietary deficiency of zinc can have far-reaching health implications. 100 grams of Syrup contains 0.7 milligrams of zinc, that’s the 5% of the daily recommended value for an adult.

0.7 mg

5%

daily value

Manganese

A very low intake of manganese is associated with poor bone formation. This phenomenon is thought to be due to altered formation of the protein matrix that keeps minerals like calcium in place. 2.3 milligrams of manganese can be found on every 100 grams of Syrup, the 115% of the total daily recommended manganese intake.

2.3 mg

115%

daily value