Ceylon cinnamon has been sought after as one of the highest quality cinnamon sources worldwide. In addition to flavour and colour differences, it supplies superior health benefits. Taken regularly, Ceylon cinnamon can help support balanced blood sugar levels, thus supporting healthy weight, energy, brain function and more.
Cinnamon has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for thousands of years for because of its wide variety of benefits. Ceylon cinnamon isn’t just the cinnamon you find in your spice cabinet. In addition, the amount of cinnamon needed to be effective as a supplement isn’t realistic to be taken on its own or added to food which is why cinnamon capsules are popular among people who wish to supplement with cinnamon.
- Regulates blood sugar
- Loaded with antioxidants
- Manages insulin sensitivity
- Anti-inflammatory properties
- Supports immune system
SUGGESTED USE: As a dietary supplement take two (2) veggie capsules once a day. For best results take 20-30 min before a meal with an 8oz. glass of water, or as directed by your healthcare professional.
Side effects and Interactions: People on blood sugar medication may experience an exponential lowering of blood sugar if taken together with this product.
Keep out of the reach of children. Pregnant or lactating women, the chronically ill, elderly, individuals under the age of 18, those taking prescription medications (e.g., blood thinners) as well as those with a physician-diagnosed medical condition should consult with a physician, pharmacist, naturopath or other qualified healthcare professional prior to taking dietary supplements.
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