What are the benefits ceylon cinnamon?

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There exist different varieties of cinnamon, the most common of them being the Ceylon cinnamon. Ceylon cinnamon is known for its potential treatment of diabetes and it reduces insulin resistance. It also contains cancer-fighting enzymes. It helps manage blood pressure, contributes to the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease and reduces the risk of heart diseases.

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Answered on April 17, 2018 4:19 pm
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Ceylon cinnamon has a lot of benefits like:
– lowering blood sugar levels (good for diabetics)
– fighting cancer
– curing dementia and Alzheimer’s disease
– reducing risk of heart diseases
– anti-inflammatory properties
– reducing bad breath problems
– fighthing allergies and infections
– treating candida
– helping cure various kin issues
– acting as a natural preservative
– enhacning dental health
– reducing cholesterol levels
– acting as natural sweetner (without sugars)
– managing polycystic ovarian syndrome
– enhancing libido
phew.. I guess.. that’s a lot for a particular food to offer..

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