October 25, 2016

Cinnamon is commonly known as a sweet spice that adds powerful flavor to desserts, teas and other dishes. For thousands of years, it’s been prized for its ability to add a significant amount of flavor to food and for its surprisingly numerous health benefits. There are scientific studies that demonstrate that cinnamon is a potent source of antioxidants, has antibacterial properties, and has been shown to lower blood glucose levels in people who take it. Here are some benefits of cinnamon that might make you seriously think...

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