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Cinnamon is a spice that comes from the inner bark from the Cinnamomum Tree. It has been traditionally used for its medicinal purposes, but over time has found its way onto our plates. This spice is loaded with antioxidants, has anti-inflammatory properties, regulates your metabolic rate of insulin, lowers blood sugar levels, and can help reduce your risk of heart disease.


Incorporate more Cinnamon into your diet

Cinnamon Honey Sweet Potatoes. PIN IT. ... Maple Cinnamon Granola. PIN IT. ... Cinnamon Hot Cocoa. PIN IT. ... Apple Cinnamon Breakfast Muffins. PIN IT. ... Cinnamon, Ginger and Brown Sugar-Baked Grapefruit. PIN IT. ... Candied Bacon. PIN IT. ... Apple Pie Pancakes. PIN IT. ... Fruit Salsa.


Cinnamon Tea

You can drink it warm, or cool it to make homemade iced tea. The easiest way to make this beverage is to simply add 1 teaspoon (2.6 grams) of ground cinnamon to 1 cup (235 ml) of boiled water and stir.



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