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Sunday, May 15, 2011

Health Benefits of Cinnamon

The Health Benefits of Cinnamon

Cholesterol: just ½ tsp a day of cinnamon can help lower LDL cholesterol.

Infections: Some studies have proven that cinnamon helps stop yeast infections

Diabetes: Cinnamon may help regulate blood sugar with Type 2 Diabetes

Blood: Cinnamon may have an anti-clotting effect.

Inflammation: Studies have shown that one tbsp of cinnamon a day can help with arthritis pain.

Indigestion: Cinnamon helps to reduce indigestion, gas, and nausea.

IBS: The fiber in cinnamon possibly gives relief to those with IBS

Menstruation: Cinnamon works to reduce menstrual pain.

Warming: Cinnamon is a natural warmer and helps your body feel warm when it’s cold.

Antibacterial and Antiparasitic: Cinnamon has both of these properties and some studies have shown it’s effective towards head lice and bacterial infections.

Nutrition: Cinnamon is a great source of calcium, fiber, iron, and manganese.

Memory: Cinnamon helps cognitive function and boosts memory

Cancer: Because cinnamon has both calcium and fiber, which helps to remove bile, it helps to prevent one of the causes of colon cancer.

Heart: Cinnamon creates antioxidants that aide in healthy arteries and reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease.

Energy: Cinnamon’s scent helps to increase energy

Enjoy the many health benefits of cinnamon by adding a teaspoon to your morning oatmeal or sprinkled on freshly sliced apples. Cinnamon helps reduce your cholesterol, aides in digestion, has many antibacterial and viral properties, gives you energy, reduces pain, and has many nutrients. Being healthy has never tasted better.

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