Wednesday, 1 October 2014

Cinnamon, benefits health and taste

Cinnamon is a widely used spice in Eastern cooking, and increasingly in the Western kitchen as well. While there are many different variations in Cinnamon species, some of them even being poison to the human body, many other (lighter) Cinnamon species have shown to do many good things for our overall health.

If you buy Cinnamon from a spices shop or supermarket you don't have to worry about the spice being poisonous, these are carefully selected and tested before being processed and released onto the food market.

A wild Cinnamon plant in
Cameron Highlands, Perak, Malaysia
When you're eager to get your hands on the best quality Cinnamon, try to find those that come from the Cameron Highlands region in Malaysia. These are most often optimally conditioned while being kept 100% organic.

The great benefits of spicing up your food with Cinnamon

Below are the 10 most important health benefits that Cinnamon will give your body:

  • Cinnamon has the amazing feature of de-clotting your blood veins
  • The tasty spice also lowers your blood-sugar level which can assist diabetes type II patients
  • The delicious smell of Cinnamon is not only a joy for you but it also activates and boosts memory and cognitive cells in the brain
  • If your food happens to contain traces of Ecoli bacteria... Cinnamon is designed to fight off these bacteria
  • Bad headache? Migraine? Hangover? Cinnamon cures fast and effectively!
  • Each day a pinch of Cinnamon can lower yourt cholestorol
  • The spice is strongly anti-fungal, which makes sure your stomach and intestinal system becomes and remains free of fungae
  • Cinnamon has been provn to treat cancer
  • And last but certainly not least, this amazing spice gives you a better breath, especially if you're a smoker!

Try adding a little bit of Cinnamon to each meal for a week, and I promise you, you'll never want to do otherwise anymore!

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