Do you know . . . there are many benefits of Cinnamon!
Remember when you were a little kid and your mom or dad would make you cinnamon Toast in the morning or would sprinkle cinnamon on your applesauce, maybe they knew something that we didn’t. Even if they did not know, they were starting us off to a more healthy life. Research is starting to show that the oils from cinnamon bark when added to one’s diet can help to control blood sugar levels, reduce the risks of heart disease, and/or helps to lower your LDL. These are only a few of the benefits just by including a little cinnamon in your diet. See how many ways you can add cinnamon to your diet for improved health.
Cinnamon being known to fight bacterial/fungal infections, improve reproductive functions, treats indigestion, migraines and cramping, as well as, help to regulate insulin levels for diabetics. It is ALSO now being connected to preventing Alzheimer’s disease.
With more and more people being diagnosed with type II diabetes, research is now beginning to show that people with type II diabetes are eventually developing Alzheimer’s and heart disease. Also, studies are finding that people with diabetes have lowered their blood sugar significantly just simply by adding 1/4 teaspoon of cinnamon to their diet 2 times a day over 40 days.
Imagine just by adding this simple spice to your diet daily may aid in managing your diabetes, and/or many other health conditions like heart disease, the common cold, dental health, lowering cholesterol, to name a few.