A study conducted by Dr Almam Khan showed that taking cinnamon daily has a positive effect on blood sugar levels, as well as triglyceride and cholesterol levels. The findings showed that after just 40 days of regular cinnamon use, blood sugar, cholesterol and triglyceride levels dropped by 23-30%. Cinnamon stimulates insulin receptors and insulin secretion. As a result, the body can make better use of its own insulin.
Cinnamon in capsules differs from ordinary kitchen cinnamon mainly for its quality and purity. Certain types of cinnamon contain very high levels of coumarin. Coumarin is not harmful in small amounts, but high doses can have a number of harmful effects. We use only the highest quality Ceylon cinnamon in our capsules. The raw material goes through a strict quality control process where we ensure that the coumarin content is below 0.005%.
👉 Research has shown that 40 days of cinnamon consumption reduces sugar by 25-30%.
👉 Take one capsule 2 times a day, before meals, with plenty of liquid.
👉 Best sort is purified Ceylon cinnamon that does not contain coumarin.
Cinnamon capsules also contain vitamins C and E, zinc and chromium. Vitamins C and E and zinc are antioxidants that protect the body against the harmful effects of free radicals. Zinc is extremely important for the functioning of the immune system. It also plays vital role in carbohydrate metabolism, protein synthesis and helps maintain healthy bones. This makes zinc indispensable for the functioning of every cell in the organism.
Chromium is extremely important for diabetics as it contributes to the maintenance of normal blood glucose levels and is involved in the metabolism of macronutrients.
Interesting fact: Cinnamon is a tropical tree that grows up to 10 m tall, but is mainly grown as a shrub on plantations. It is mainly imported from Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Madagascar and the Seychelles. Cinnamon is also used as a natural healing agent and aphrodisiac. Its stimulating effect and its action in promoting digestion have been appreciated since time immemorial.