This Simple And Cheap Spice Fights Off Type 2 Diabetes There's obviously a growing diabetes epidemic fueled by the rise in obesity and unhealthy lifestyles.
There's obviously a growing diabetes epidemic fueled by the rise in obesity and unhealthy lifestyles. I'm about to tell you about a spice which helps moderate your blood sugar levels. This is important because spikes in your blood sugar levels cause a whole host of problems that end up making you obese. And obesity is the #1 factor in causing type 2 diabetes. So if you can moderate your blood sugar, you're taking a big step in avoiding type 2 diabetes. Ready to know what this spice is? It's cinnamon. Yep, plain ol' cinnamon. Lets get this straight too. Cinnamon is a superfood. It does so much more than fight type 2 diabetes. It improves capillary function, lowers "bad" cholesterol, mimics insulin, reduces inflammation, improves the digestive tract, reduces excessive gas, combats candida (the overgrowth of yeasts in the body), helps reduce pain and stiffness in muscles and joints, eases menstrual discomfort, and reduces blood pressure.
As you can see, it does quite a lot for total health. You can get cinnamon just about anywhere for less than $2. Quite a cheap problem solver compared to the treatments you'd be prescribed for type 2 diabetes. And the good news is, the cheap cinnamon is just as good as the more expensive varieties. So how can you use cinnamon to improve your health, especially in fighting type 2 diabetes? Easy. Just sprinkle cinnamon onto foods you eat. You can also sprinkle it into your drinks. Cinnamon goes great on oatmeal and cereals. Just about any breakfast food would be a good candidate to use cinnamon on. You can also sprinkle some into your coffee or tea. The possibilities are endless. So do your body a favor and start using cinnamon each and every day to improve your overall health and ward off type 2 diabetes.
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Published on Jul 2, 2011
There's obviously a growing diabetes epidemic caused by obesity and unhealthy lifestyles. I'm about to tell you about a spice which helps mo...