We’re entirely certain it improves upon pancakes, but could maple syrup also take your run or cycle to the next level? Sounds crazy, but it may actually be one of the best race fuels thanks to its ideal nutrient profile.
To celebrate Member and Consul of Canada Andre François Giroux’s keynote at the Club this Tuesday 29 March, the Club will host menu specials fuelled by Canada’s favourite export, maple syrup, for the whole week.
Tattersalls Business Owners Forum presents;
Australia and Canada’s Impact in a Global Economy.
Tuesday 29th March
12:00 – 15:00
We are fortunate to hear from Mr André François Giroux, Consul General of Canada bringing with him a wealth of experience around the globe. Having worked in trade for Canada at the highest level, Giroux expects that to be a vital component of his time in Australia in a world where the global markets are seeing increased volatility and restriction.
After Mr Giroux’s keynote, enjoy the observations of panellist, Member Mr Rajiv Parrab, the CEO and Director of A & II (Thailand) Co Ltd. Mr Parrab will be ready to answer your questions about what it is like to establish and grow Canadian business in Australia.
Now back to sport, as an Athletic Club it seemed fit to double down on the newest thing in sports nutrition. Maple syrup contains manganese, zinc, potassium, and antioxidants, so while you are refuelling your body with needed sugar, you are also helping to replenish vitamins and minerals.
Pure maple syrup falls perfectly into this category of instant gratification since the sugars start to break down and deliver glucose the moment it enters your bloodstream but, as maple also has a lower glycaemic index than other sugars, it continues to break down over a longer stretch of time to keep you fuelled longer.
What to eat before the race though, is entirely different and maple lacks the electrolytes needed to replenish the body after endurance sports. It’s about instant gratification.
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Don’t miss: menu specials
Monday 28 March – Friday 1 April, available in the Members’ Bar and Dining Room
The Old Maple $13
Old fashioned cocktail with Turkey Hill Maple Syrup
Canadian Pancakes $8
3 stack pancakes with Turkey Hill Maple Syrup and bacon
Miso Maple Salmon $25
Served with wild rice, roast pumpkin puree, sautéed cabbage, green beans
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