Cinnamon Inside Makes All the Difference

April 15, 2007

Related Topics: The Food Coach, What's Inside

I remeber my great grandma saying to add “just a pinch of cinnamon” to her sugar cookie mix and it always seemed like enough. Little did grandma know what a difference having cinnamon inside can really do for your body, other than the obvious tickle of the taste buds.

Cinnamon actually comes from the bark of the cinnamon tree that is grown primarily in Sri Lanksa. The bark is dired and either brought to market in a rolled stick or as the common ground powder used in baking.

As if the name didn’t give it away, cinnamon is an ingredient in the Apple Cinnamon Crunch PROBAR®. Although the taste is undeniable there is much more than just the taste that your body benefits from.

With regards to blood sugar levels, recent studies as summarized by the George Mateljan Foundation have shown that in people with type II diabetes who took at least 1 gram of cinnamon per day lowered blood sugar levels by 20%. What’s even more in

And what about the antioxidant power of cinnamon? Top notch according to The Food Coach and his recent post about the power of a pinch of cinnamon. He and my great grandma would have gotten along real well.

If you’ve not checked out he Apple Cinnamon Crunch PROBAR® then get on it and keep cinnamon on your side.

For a consice list of 10 benefits of cinnamon check out HealthDiaries.com

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