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The healing power of cinnamon

  1. Cinnamon is a sweet spice. It is part of gingerbread spices. The cinnamon tree is a tropical tree. The cinnamon stick is basically the dried bark of a tree. This bark rolls itself up when it is dried. You can buy cinnamon sticks but you can also buy cinnamon powder. Cinnamon is not only tasty but also has many medicinal properties. Put some cinnamon in your food for a natural sweet taste.

Packed with manganese

  1. 10 grams of cinnamon contains the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) for the mineral manganese. That does not mean that it is wise to eat 10 grams of cinnamon per day. Cinnamon is a spice of which you only use a little. With a jar of 80 grams from the supermarket you can easily do three months. 5 grams of cinnamon contains 5% of the RDI of calcium. There are no vitamins

Traditional medicine

  1. In traditional Chinese medicine, cinnamon has been prescribed for centuries against illnesses such as colds, painful periods, flatulence, nausea, diarrhea and cold feet (!). Cinnamon makes it nice and warm. It is a general medicine that increases the vitality of life. You feel like you have more energy by eating cinnamon. In Ayurvedic medicine, cinnamon is also used for colds. It is also used against stomach problems, just like in Chinese medicine, but mainly against indigestion

Good for the thinking ability

  1. Together with a number of foods, this herb is in the overview of brain nutrition. This brown sweet substance improves cognitive performance. Cognitive stands for everything that has to do with thinking. Cinnamon is a substance that makes you think more sharply. It improves your memory. That's because of the magnesium in cinnamon. There are also the minerals manganese and iron

The anti-cancer effect

  1. Cinnamon is a spice that is said to prevent the formation of cancer cells. It is said to be especially effective against lymph node cancer and leukemia. Of course you should not rely on that alone, but if you have or have had cancer it can be one of the means that you can use quite easily and that hopefully prevent cancer for the rest of your life. It therefore fits into an anti-cancer diet

Preservative

  1. Cinnamon stops the growth of harmful bacteria. Food will last longer if it contains cinnamon; cinnamon is a natural preservative. The herb can help the body against fungal diseases such as candida

Cinnamon works against high blood sugar

  1. Extensive research has been done on cinnamon in relation to diabetes. What researchers have found is that cinnamon prevents the formation of high blood sugar levels in diabetic patients after eating. The Bad Effects of Eating Fructose

Cinnamon against osteoarthritis

  1. A study was conducted at the University of Copenhagen that showed that cinnamon helps to relieve the pain of osteoarthritis. When people added cinnamon and honey to their breakfast muesli every day, the symptoms of osteoarthritis disappeared after a week. That is good news for many people. Osteoarthritis patients in the Netherlands

Tips for eating cinnamon

  1. You can do cinnamon with homemade muesli or oatmeal porridge. It is a sweet spice so you need fewer other sweeteners, which is beneficial for people predisposed to obesity. If you like baking cookies and cakes, try adding cinnamon and less sugar to the flour. Sugar, as everyone knows, is not a healthy sweetener. Cinnamon belongs in the gingerbread spices and is also in the pepper nut. You can add cinnamon to the tea or sprinkle it on top of the coffee in the filter as a coffee variation

Cinnamon as a supplement

  1. Cinnamon comes in supplement form, but it most likely exceeds its target. It is not 100% clear whether cinnamon as a supplement helps for good health. Pregnant women are advised not to eat cinnamon as a supplement and to limit the consumption of cinnamon in the daily menu.

  2. Cinnamon comes in supplement form, but it most likely exceeds its target. It is not 100% clear whether cinnamon as a supplement helps in good health. Pregnant women are advised not to eat cinnamon as a supplement and to limit the consumption of cinnamon in the daily menu.



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