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Cinnamon’s active ingredient cinnamaldehyde enables it to decrease blood sugar, total cholesterol, and triglycerides as well as increase good cholesterol.

Cinnamon balances blood sugar long term and stops spikes in blood sugar after a meal. It improves your body’s sensitivity to insulin and lowers risk factors for pre-diabetes. Also, this wonderful spice is helpful in the treatment of cancer because it may slow the development of new blood supplies to tumors. Delicious and versatile, cinnamon is good stuff!

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