Type II Diabetes
| Many Type II diabetics have already found a new feeling of well being and improvement in health by using this simple cinnamon supplementation in their diet. Cinnamon has long been known as an “energizing spice, and it is likely that increasing the intake of this common and cheaply available food will benefit even non-diabetics, if used as daily energizing tonic.
The insulin resistance that leads to typeII diabetes develops relatively slowly as the body ages and even those who have not yet experienced severe symptoms may have some degree of elevated insulin resistance. Cinnamon is also a rich source of magnesium, which is essential for maintaining bone density, electrolyte balance, certain enzyme functions and many other crucial
Cinnamon can be bought inexpensively in a convenient powdered form at almost any food shop and taking it couldn’t be easier: just use up to a teaspoon a day in milkshakes or fruit juice. I personally take a half-teaspoon daily in this way every morning and can confirm a distinct energy benefit. Diabetics should always inform their doctor before taking cinnamon as it may affect medication requirements.