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Nature’s Way Cinnamon

$22.00
Size
60 vcaps
Nature’s Way Cinnamon

Nature’s Way Cinnamon is standardised to contain 8% flavonoids. Emerging studies on cinnamon found that it can help in promoting healthy glucose metabolism. Thus, cinnamon can help stabilise blood sugar levels in diabetes, a metabolic disorder often caused by impaired glucose metabolism. Other studies on cinnamon suggest that it exhibits antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 1 Capsule
Servings Per Container: 60

 

Amount Per Serving

% Daily Value

Cinnamon (bark)

350 mg

 †

Cinnamon water-extract (bark), 8% flavonoids

150 mg

 †

† Daily Value not established.

Other Ingredients: Plant-derived capsule and magnesium stearate.

Suggested Use

Take 1 capsule twice daily.

Precautions

Consult a healthcare professional before taking this product if you are pregnant, nursing, or taking any medication. May cause allergies for people sensitive to cinnamon.

 

  • Cinnamon supplements can help optimise blood sugar levels for relief of diabetic symptoms. A human study on cinnamon published in the 2003 edition of the Diabetes Care journal involving 60 people with diabetes revealed that there was a reduction in fasting blood glucose, triglycerides, LDL cholesterol, and total cholesterol after using cinnamon for 40 days. Diabetes mellitus is a very common disease affecting millions of people around the world. The impaired blood glucose metabolism causes elevation in blood sugar levels, causing the diabetic symptoms including increased thirst, increased hunger, and increased urination. When diabetes is left untreated, the constantly elevated blood glucose levels can lead to serious complications like heart diseases, kidney failure, and diabetic neuropathy.
  • Emerging studies on cinnamon suggest that it can help the body to develop its natural defences against bacteria and fungi. It is found to be active against the H.pylori bacteria that cause stomach ulcers and candida albicans that causes candidiasis.
  • Cinnamon aids in balancing overall cholesterol balance in the bloodstream. By reducing the harmful LDL cholesterol and increasing the beneficial HDL cholesterol in the blood, eating foods with cinnamon or taking cinnamon supplements can reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases. Hypertension, congestive heart failure, coronary artery disease, and atherosclerosis are among the most common cardiovascular diseases associated with high cholesterol levels in the blood.
  • Cinnamon is a very edible spice. It is widely used to add scent and flavour to baked goods, dishes candies, and other foods. Cinnamon for cooking purposes is available as dry sticks or powder. It is also used as an ingredient in making mouthwash, toothpaste, bath, and other body products.

Cinnamon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum) is a small tree that grows in Sri Lanka. It is also being cultivated in Brazil, India, Jamaica, Mauritius, and other countries for its culinary and medicinal purposes. It is among one of the most prized herbs in India’s Ayurvedic medicine for promoting digestion. Cinnamon contains numerous active ingredients that contributes to its positive effects on health, including coumarins, essential oils, mucilage, terpenes, and essential vitamin and minerals. Cinnamon is widely studied for its benefits on normalising blood glucose metabolism in the body, which is a very important aspect of diabetes management. The active ingredients in cinnamon appear to improve the cell’s response to insulin, the hormone that transports glucose to the cells for use to produce energy. It also exhibit potent defences against common microbes that cause diseases.