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6 Reasons To Cook With Cinnamon

 

1. Tastes good

2. Supports heart health

3. Provides Antioxidants

4. Tastes good

5. Ancient Egyptians Treasured It

6. May help with overall health

 

Not only is it a delicious spice that pairs well with many different foods, cinnamon has many powerful nutritious benefits that should not be overlooked.

 

Made from the stems of cinnamon trees, cinnamon sticks are made when the bark dries. They can then be ground down to form the spice that we traditionally use in cooking.

 

Containing high quantities of polyphenol per volume, cinnamon holds antioxidant properties and help fight the aging effects of free radicals.

 

Make sure to purchase Ceylon cinnamon instead of the less nutritious cassia version for maximum benefit.

 

Disclaimer: The above article for the information purpose only and we don't suggest directly or indirectly that you should take Cinnamon for any specific health benefit. As per FDA Guidelines, we don't claim that cinnamon can be used for treating, curing or helping any type of health challenges.

 

 





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