“C” is for “complete.” Loaded with antioxidants and various nutrients, cinnamon has proven itself as more than a spice.  “C is for combat.” Besides making our daily food tastier, it is also packed with anti-inflammatory properties to help fight infections while also aiding in the repair of damaged tissues. Cinnamon also helps combat bacteria, fungi, viruses, as well as assists in preventing ailments such as heart diseases, and diabetes. “C” is for confirmed. The cinnamon supplement has undergone lab testing to ensure that all nutritional properties are not only accurate, but also maximized.
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A tablespoon of ground cinnamon contains 19 calories, 0 grams of fat and sugar, 4 grams of fiber, 68% Manganese, 8% Calcium, 4% Iron, 3% Vitamin K. Cinnamon is also rich in vitamins A, B6, C, E, and K, as well as various amino acids, riboflavin, niacin, and folate.

Cinnamon is traditionally and medically used to prevent and treat several diseases. Its distinct smell and flavor can be attributed to the compound called “cinnameldehyde.” This compound is also responsible for the spice’s powerful health effects.

Having one of the most active antioxidant properties, Cinnamon helps shield the human system from oxidative damages. Its anti-inflammatory, antifungal, antibacterial, and antiviral properties assist the body in fighting infections and repairing tissue damage, consequently preventing diseases. Regular doses of cinnamon can improve blood sugar levels, metabolism, and immunity, among others. It also helps minimizes the risk of diabetes, cancer, heart diseases, and female hormonal disorders.

The cinnamon supplement’s anti-inflammatory and oxidative properties helps preserve brain youth, preventing neurological disorders, such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases. As a bonus, it also assists in protecting dental health, fights allergies, and boosts skin health.

Excessive dosage of cinnamon supplements may interfere with other medication and medical conditions. It is recommended that professional advice should be sought for consumers who are pregnant or breastfeeding, and those who are suffering from diabetes and liver diseases. Excessive intake may also lead to palpitations and blood thinning. In addition, allergic reactions may occur to some consumers.

  1. Is the cinnamon supplement safe for all ages?
    Yes, the products were naturally grown and laboratory tested. However, the recommended consumer age is 18 and above.
  2. How many capsules are safe to take daily?
    As a dietary supplement for adults, take 1-2 capsules per day.
  3. Does it help with weight loss?
    Cinnamon helps weight regulation due to its beneficial effects to the human digestive system and metabolism.