Is cinnamon the next tumeric?

The true cinnamon known as Cinnamomum zeylanicum dates back in Chinese writings to 2800 B.C. It’s as beneficial as turmeric, a known anti-inflammatory. My bet is, it will be hailed as the next great discovery. The one I love is Cinnamon Zeylanicum from Sri Lanka

Cinnamon is a spice used in savoury and sweet dishes. However its big interest in the health community is for its medicinal properties. Cinnamon Zeylanicum can help settle the digestive system. It relieves nausea, vomiting and is anti bacterial. It helps anything from athletes foot to indigestion. Cinnamon Zeylanicum can be used to prevent nervous tension and banish hopelessness. It is hugely uplifting and energizing,  transforming low vitality into zest for life. It is also mentally stimulating and can relieve mental exhaustion and nurture fresh thinking and creativity. Not bad so far!

But for me, the big plus factor for Cinnamon Zeylanicum are the studies that indicate Cinnamon may be helpful in maintaining balanced blood sugar levels and lowering cholesterol levels. It has been suggested that cinnamon can work in this way if added to foods and beverages on a regular basis. I add loads to my Eat Anytime Muesli (see my video here https://www.cynthiasillars.co.uk/videos/ )

What makes it a blood sugar balancer? It is crammed full of chromium. Here’s what the Diabetes Council has to say about it… https://www.thediabetescouncil.com/can-chromium-help-with-diabetes/

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