Cinnamon is a spice which has a rich aroma and flavor and can also be used as a natural remedy. It is rich in fiber, in fact 100 grams of cinnamon contain even 54 grams of fiber. Cinnamon is also loaded with calcium as well as iron which is why it is considered a miracle food because of the healing benefits it provides.
WHAT HAPPENS TO OUR BODY IF WE TAKE A SPOONFUL OF CINNAMON POWDER IN THE MORNING?
- Your body responds to insulin more effectively and regulates blood sugar levels.
- It favors good digestion of food and relieve intestinal discomfort.
- Reduce and fight the proliferation of cancer cells in our body.
- It produces an anticoagulant effect and improves the blood circulation.
- We received a calming effect, especially for arthritis pains.
- It avoids the proliferation of bacteria in food.
- Increases cognitive function and memory, being highly recommended for people with neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease or Parkinson’s disease.
- It prevents cardiac diseases and improves the function of the colon.
- Expresses the cold of the body and prevents diseases caused by viruses and bacteria.
- Get more energy and avoid exhaustion, revitalizing our body.
- It diminishes the damages in the tissues caused by the passage of time, rejuvenating the organism.
- It reduces the growth of cancer cells and the formation of blood vessels in tumors.
In addition to being very tasty, the benefits of cinnamon make this spice an alternative remedy of great value. Even, prepared in an infusion can be an excellent natural remedy for dizziness and nausea.
HOW SHOULD I TAKE CINNAMON PROPERLY?
Every morning add a teaspoon of cinnamon powder to coffee, a lemon juice, juice of any fruit, a cup of milk or a cup of tea of your choice. You can also add a teaspoon of cinnamon powder to a spoonful of honey. In short, the important thing is that you add that teaspoon of cinnamon powder to your daily diet and you will improve your health in unimaginable proportions.
It is not recommended for pregnant women or during breastfeeding and also in children under 6 years.