Cinnamon is an aromatic spice that comes from the inside of the tropical laurel. After the rainy season bark is peeled, small raffia allowed to dry where it is rolled into thin rolls.
Pharmaceutical studies have shown that cinnamon has a general strengthening the immune system feature helps to lower blood sugar, which is recommended for people suffering from diabetes, stimulates appetite, promotes digestion and has a tonic effect.
Cinnamon stabilize blood sugar levels
Several grams of cinnamon in food normalize blood sugar levels and can help prevent cardiovascular diseases. Those who daily consume this spice have significantly better blood sugar level.
More reasons to use cinnamon
- Cinnamon is a good source of manganese, fiber, iron, calcium
- Half a teaspoon of cinnamon a day lowers cholesterol.
- Cinnamon has a unique ability to fight certain infections.
- Cinnamon reduces the growth of cancer cells.
- Mixing one teaspoon of cinnamon with one tablespoon of honey brings relief for arthritis.
- Cinnamon has antibacterial and antifungal properties. Adding cinnamon to food inhibits bacterial growth and prevents spoilage of canned foods.
- Cinnamon is a good cosmetic product and can be used in the inflammation of sebaceous glands and hair follicles of the skin.