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Cinnamon Health Benefits Proven

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  • Ayurvedic, Egyptian and ancient Roman traditions respected the healing powers of cinnamon, using it not only in food but also for perfumes and medicine
  • Cinnamon has been found in clinical studies to help alleviate colorectal and cervical cancers, diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, inflammation and tooth decay and may even improve your ability to learn
  • Active ingredients in cinnamon are numerous and include cinnamaldehyde, cinnamic acid, cinnamate, procyanidins, eugenol, quercetin, kaempferol and catechin, which you can get the benefits from by using just half a teaspoonful

By Dr. Mercola

Even if you rarely cook or bake, if you have anything in your cupboard in the way of spices, cinnamon is probably one of them. The warming, fragrant powder harvested from the bark of a tropical evergreen bush not only is tasty in a plethora of dishes both sweet and savory, but has a long history of use as a medicinal. Ayurvedic medicine originated in India more than 3,000 years ago.


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