Ceylon Cinnamon Benefits
Blood Sugar Metabolism
Studies have found that Ceylon cinnamon helps support glucose metabolism in the liver and healthy endogenous insulin response in the bloodstream.
Ceylon cinnamon contains antioxidants like polyphenols that help protect the body against oxidative stress and damage.
Healthy Inflammatory Response
Ceylon cinnamon contains cinnamaldehyde, a natural bioactive compound that helps support a healthy inflammatory response.
Soothes the digestive tract and supports healthy bowel movements and regularity.
Safe Long Term
Ceylon cinnamon is gentler than cassia (commonly found at the supermarket), making it safe for long term use as a supplement.
Can be used in any recipe calling for cinnamon, lending a more delicate, characteristic, sweet and spicy finish.
Superfood Ceylon Cinnamon: Not your Grocery Store Spice
Most believe that the mass-market culinary cinnamon on grocery store shelves and in spice racks is the only type of cinnamon available. Known as “Cassia,” it has a similar flavor profile to what’s actually regarded as “true” cinnamon, a.k.a. Ceylon Cinnamon. But when comparing the two varieties and considering the medicinal value of each, there are significant differences.Read More