Cinnamon Powder 100g

While studies are not conclusive, cinnamon has been shown to lower blood sugar levels by decreasing insulin resistance, a possible benefit for all of us, but especially those with diabetes. If you have to watch your blood sugar, it may be wise to add more cinnamon to your diet. Research shows that cinnamon can help slow blood sugar levels when eaten with carbs. It may also lower levels of bad fats and cholesterol in the blood. Important: there’s no established research on a direct link to weight loss, but all of its potential benefits—like curbing inflammation and balancing blood sugar—can contribute to helping you achieve a healthy weight.

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The Health Benefits of Cinnamon
Cinnamon is a great source of fiber, manganese, and calcium. Its research-tested benefits are diverse, but these are the big ones:

Antioxidants: Cinnamon has been shown to act as a powerful antioxidant. In fact, it beat out more than two dozen other foods in terms of antioxidant capacity in one study.

Anti-inflammatory: Inflammation is associated with a wide range of health issues, from skin conditions to autoimmune diseases and cancer, and studies have isolated multiple flavonoid compounds in cinnamon that have anti-inflammatory activities.

Brain Benefits: Eating cinnamon increases neurotrophic factors, which keep existing neurons in your brain alive and encourage new ones to grow. This may delay the progression of diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. It’s also been found to decrease responses to stress, so you can stay focused and alert.

Blood Sugar and Weight Loss: While studies are not conclusive, cinnamon has been shown to lower blood sugar levels by decreasing insulin resistance, a possible benefit for all of us, but especially those with diabetes. If you have to watch your blood sugar, it may be wise to add more cinnamon to your diet. Research shows that cinnamon can help slow blood sugar levels when eaten with carbs. It may also lower levels of bad fats and cholesterol in the blood. Important: there’s no established research on a direct link to weight loss, but all of its potential benefits—like curbing inflammation and balancing blood sugar—can contribute to helping you achieve a healthy weight.

Fights Infection: Cinnamaldehyde, a component of cinnamon that gives it its flavor and smell, has been shown to have antimicrobial and antifungal properties, but how that may translate into fighting infections in the body is not established.

How to Reap the Health Benefits of Cinnamon
The bottom line? A healthy sprinkle of cinnamon in your morning oatmeal, yogurt, or over some butternut squash will add a nutritious kick, and can be a great way to replace added sugars for flavor.

Just don’t go overboard. If ingested in excess, cassia cinnamon can actually be toxic. People with liver damage, in particular, should be careful, as large amounts may actually increase liver problems. The USDA does not have guidelines for ingestion but the European Food Safety Authority sets the “daily tolerable intake” at about a teaspoon per day. (In other words, think “sprinkle,” not “scoop.”)

And don’t be fooled: the cinnamon coating on a gigantic Cinnabon doesn’t make it healthy! There’s no miracle remedy when it comes to weight loss, only small, meaningful steps (or sprinkles) towards change. Bonus tip: Eating cinnamon isn’t the only way to experience its benefits. For a bit of aromatherapy, try placing a cinnamon stick in a pot of boiling water on low heat. It will be great for your health and your home will smell amazing.

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