Do you enjoy cinnamon in your oatmeal in the morning? I know I do! Why not it’s delicious. Cinnamon is a very popular spice in a healthy diet, and used a lot by people in the fitness world. A common spice found in most people’s cabinet. It’s flavor, is used to sweeten certain dishes and add to the taste of common foods.

There are a variety of ways to incorporate Cinnamon in your everyday diet as an alternative to sweeteners, sugar, or product high in fat. Here are a few suggestions. Cinnamon can be used in coffee in place of creamer. Put it into unsweetened applesauce. add to any nut butter, which could be spread out on Ezekiel toast. Also great with pre and post-workout meals.

But let’s talk about the awesome health benefits it provides the body.

It levels out blood sugar,with its affect on the insulin function in the human body at the cell level. The problem today in society is that with mass food production many people are becoming insulin resistant which can quickly become type 2 diabetes.

There are certain characteristics cinnamon has that improves the function of these insulin receptors cells, enhancing use of glucose pulling it out of the blood into cells, thus helping to lower glucose levels. The good news here is cinnamon can significantly increase insulin sensitivity, in the end helping the metabolic rate in individuals.

Studies show evidence that cinnamon does help control blood glucose in diabetics, using cinnamon to help treat diabetes hasn’t been proven as an alternative though. But diabetes is just one of the many things this spice is known to aid in.

One benefit the active fitness enthusiast will have a great use for cinnamon is. Is its proven ability to reduce inflammation, lessoning the oxidative stress, aiding in and alleviating muscle soreness. Cinnamon is full of antioxidants, helping to block free-radicals from building up in the body that have negative health effects that can promote diseases such as cancer and heart disease.

At the end of the day, Cinnamon is one of the healthiest,and tastiest spices out there. It’s a no brainer start using it today.


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