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Tuesday, 28 January 2014

20 useful properties of cinnamon

Cinnamon - perhaps the main spice in a healthy diet, and it has for at least 20 bases:
cinnamon sticks

  • Lowers cholesterol
  • Lowers blood sugar and helps in type 2 diabetes
  • Protects against cardiovascular disease
  • Helps in the fight against cancer, suppressing the growth of cancer cells in leukemia and lymphoma.
  • Traditionally used for toothache and bad breath.
  • Helps to treat chronic cough, cold, clears the sinuses.
  • Improves brain function, strengthens memory and relieves nervous strain.
  • Has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiparasitic, and antiseptic properties, is therefore effective for thrush and lice.
  • Helps to soothe the pain and discomfort during menstruation.
  • Thanks to anti-inflammatory properties, helps with the pain associated with arthritis.
  • Effective in indigestion, nausea, upset stomach, diarrhea and flatulence.
  • Is a natural diuretic.
  • Cinnamaldehyde in cinnamon prevents aggregation (fusion) of platelets.
  • Improves blood circulation, which contributes to a significant pain relief, improved nutrition and oxygen to accelerate cell metabolism.
  • Relieves muscle and joint pain, helps with their stiffness.
  • Improves immunity, relieves chronic fatigue, increases life expectancy, slows the signs of aging.
  • A mixture of honey and cinnamon helps to numb the insect bites.
  • Excellent source of manganese, fiber, iron and calcium.
  • When added to food, prevents the growth and spread of bacteria.
  • Has great taste!

Periodically enjoy cinnamon in small doses, knowing that it is not only delicious, but also incredibly good for your health!

Not to Follow:

The FDA has not approved Cinnamon to cure any medical condition. 
Start eating spoonfuls of cinnamon each day to achieve faster benefits. In large doses, cinnamon toxic!
Start eating fatty, high-calorie meals just because they have them or cinnamon.

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