Like Cinnamon? Consider Its Health Benefits As It's More Than Just A Tasty Spice

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 about adding it to your daily diet:

 

 

● Cinnamon helps lower blood sugar levels. There has been a lot of buzz about cinnamon and its ability to lower blood sugar levels which may be good news for people that suffer from the epidemic of Type 2 Diabetes. Cinnamon already contains properties that help with insulin resistance, but it can also decrease the amount of glucose that enters the bloodstream after people eat. Cinnamon also mimics insulin which improves glucose uptake by blood cells and many medical trials have confirmed that regular consumption of cinnamon lower fasting blood sugar levels upwards of 25%.

 

● It’s loaded with antioxidants. Based on scientific research, cinnamon can be added to the “superfood” category along with foods like garlic thanks to its potent amount of antioxidants like polyphenols. The presence of free radicals and antioxidants like polyphenols can contribute to possible anti-carcinogenic effects.

 

● Cinnamon may help reduce cholesterol and cut the risk of heart disease. Heart disease is worldwide the most common cause of early death. Conditions like Type 2 Diabetes often contribute to high cholesterol, insulin resistance, and high blood pressure---all problems that can lead to or exacerbate heart disease. In addition to lowering fasting blood sugar levels and combating insulin resistance, cinnamon has been shown to lower LDL cholesterol (the bad cholesterol) and lower blood pressure.

 

● It contains antiviral and antibacterial properties. For hundreds of years, cinnamon has been used as both a food preservative and as a part of medicinal remedies. From seasonal allergies, cold symptoms and even upper respiratory issues like bronchitis, cinnamon can help fight a variety of infections and viruses by increasing blood flow, loosening mucus, and helping reduce inflammation when used in tandem with other remedies.

 

Among other conditions, cinnamon continues to be studied as a possible treatment for conditions like HIV, cancer, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson's Disease and more. It’s important to remember that if you’re going to consider adding cinnamon to your supplements or foods list, try to use the Ceylon (or “true cinnamon”) variety as it doesn’t contain a compound called coumarin, which is thought to be harmful in large doses. Also, be sure to consult a qualified healthcare professional about your medical condition.

 

Aminocare offers CINISULIN an advanced blood sugar support formula to enhance insulin sensitivity and optimize healthy postpranadial blood sugar levels. CINISULIN features five key ingredients for healthy blood sugar and insulin function in healthy individuals one of which is cinnamon.

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