Researchers from all around the world agree – cinnamon is simply loaded with health benefits!
From America to the Middle East, to China and all around the world, cinnamon is helping those with diabetes, obesity, arthritis, high cholesterol and a whole host of other ailments.
Cinnamon, that tasty little spice, is most commonly known to be used on cookies, toast or in coffee. It is the top used seasoning in the world, second only to black pepper.
A popular ingredient in lotions and fragrances, cinnamon adds a special sweetness to cereal, fruit and main courses. Who knew it packed such a health punch!
And now over 350 health and beauty super remedies and tonics for cinnamon are available in the 208-page Cinnamon Book by noted natural health author, Emily Thacker. Earning worldwide praise for her vinegar book series, Ms. Thacker’s newest addition is packed with the latest research studies and cure-alls.
Once considered more cherished than gold, cinnamon has been used for centuries in China to help control blood glucose levels. And according to a 2003 study in Pakistan, cinnamon lowered blood sugar levels in type 2 diabetes patients by as much as 29%.
Further studies at Iowa State University find cinnamon may be an effective treatment for those with insulin resistance by increasing the action of insulin.
Used for centuries to help ease the pain of arthritis, a modern study at Copenhagen University found a combination of cinnamon and honey gave patients significant relief from arthritis pain after just one week. That is good news!
Rush University Medical Center is currently undergoing research into cinnamon’s ability to stop nerve fiber damage caused by MS. Study participants are hopeful that one day MS patients can manage the disease with just a teaspoon of ground cinnamon.
A study by Georgetown University Medical Center found that cinnamon has a positive effect on blood pressure.
German research shows that cinnamon completely suppresses the bacteria that causes urinary tract infections. It is also powerful against the fungus associated with yeast infections.
In Japan, cinnamon has been found to soothe the stomach and help prevent ulcers.
The Journal of the American College of Nutrition found compounds in cinnamon may reduce risk factors associated with cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
With over 80 nutrients, cinnamon contains no fat, sugar, cholesterol or sodium. One teaspoon of cinnamon has just 6 calories.
The 208-page Cinnamon Book will amaze and delight you with its over 350 remarkable health benefits and surprising ways to use cinnamon.
Sprinkle it. Chew it Stir it. Mix it. Rub it. Drink it. Pop it. Regardless of its form, powder, oil, bark or tablet, cinnamon can unleash its magic and help you feel better, look younger and be healthier.
Are you pregnant? Then you should avoid taking excessive amounts of cinnamon.
Important information for Coumadin® and aspirin users.
Cinnamon’s natural aroma may help improve memory and increase motor speed. Early studies are encouraging researchers measuring age-related cognitive decline.
Rich in dietary fiber, cinnamon can help relieve constipation.
Enjoy a cup of cinnamon tea twice a day and banish your cough or cold.
Combine a small amount of honey to cinnamon to help flu and sinus problems.
A particular type of cinnamon is very effective for nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. It will also help boost energy.
Yes, over 350 tried and true recipes and remedies in this handsome edition and it’s yours to enjoy for 90 risk-free days. That’s right, you can read and benefit from all 208 pages without obligation to keep it.