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Does cinnamon help against diabetes?

  1. In the complementary sector, cinnamon is known as a natural and beneficial agent to bring down excessively high blood glucose in people with diabetes. But the mainstream medical industry has serious objections to using cinnamon powder or cinnamon capsules for diabetes. The studies on the efficacy of cinnamon preparations as a medicine against diabetes mellitus II are contradictory. It is clear, however, that there is no beneficial effect against type I diabetes. Moreover, there is a risk of potentially serious side effects if this medicine is taken as a medicine for diabetes. What are the facts about the use of cinnamon in the treatment of type II diabetes mellitus? How do you know if you are dealing with real cinnamon or cassia cinnamon? And what about the toxins coumarin and cinnamaldehyde? What allergic reactions can be induced by cinnamon? And why is it now forbidden to mention a beneficial effect on cinnamon capsules?

What Can Cinnamon Actually Do for the Treatment of Diabetes?

  1. Anyway, it is clear that cinnamon is nothing at all

The Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority (VWA) on cinnamon capsules

  1. In 2006, the Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority (VWA) banned cinnamon capsules from being offered for sale, which contain claims that these capsules suggest a beneficial effect in diabetes. As examples, the VWA cites any claims about the positive influence of cinnamon on blood sugar levels and about the suitability of cinnamon capsules in a diet for diabetics. It is not allowed to make medical claims on nutritional supplements. Such claims may only be made on medicinal products and then only where there is scientific evidence to do so.

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