You’ve probably heard that the common kitchen spice
cinnamon can have a positive impact on your insulin
sensitivity, allowing your body to better process
the carbohydrates you eat. This is great news
as increased insulin sensitivity means lower blood
sugar levels, a flatter belly, and greater health
But here’s something you may not know… that
cinnamon that you have in your kitchen
cupboard? It very likely isn’t cinnamon at
all if you bought it at the grocery store.
Believe it or not, out of 12 ground cinnamon
specimens examined by the New York Board of Health,
only three contained any cinnamon whatsoever and
even those were largely mixed with sawdust.
The others were almost entirely composed of
sawdust, starch, and cinnamon flavored oil.
Beyond that, most cinnamon that you find at the
grocery store has been heavily irradiated to extend
its shelf life. This irradiation process
destroys many of the active nutrients found in
cinnamon, thus inactivating its ability to produce
any health-promoting benefits.
If you want to know how to ensure the cinnamon you
are using is REAL cinnamon (and not fake cinnamon
made of sawdust), we tell you exactly how
to do that, along with 3 other powerful
insulin-sensitivity and blood sugar lowering tips
at the next page:
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