Cinnamon Help To Treat Diabetes
A recent study by the U.S. department of agriculture found that cinnamon, a spice commonly found in bread and other foods, increases the response of cells to insulin and could be a boon for diabetics.
Research shows that cinnamon contains an ingredient that speeds up the breakdown of sugar by up to 20 times. In other words, for diabetics who are insulin-deficient, eating cinnamon should help.
Latest findings, according to a new study found that eating every day as long as add some cinnamon and can help Ⅱ diabetes risk of lowering blood sugar, cholesterol and three glyceride, and improve insulin function.