Ceylon Cinnamon is named after the old name of modern day Sri Lanka. Its scientific name is Cinnamomum Verum or Cinnamomum Zeylanicum should not be confused with the more rampant Cinnamon Cassia. Ceylone Cinnamon has a strong aromatic smell and a distinctive spicy sweet taste, which makes it a great complement for your yoghurt, smoothie or dessert.
Cinnamon have proven to be able to reduce several of the most common risk factors for heart diseases, such as high cholesterol levels, and high blood pressure.
Cinnamon fights off diabetes
Cinnamon has long been known for its anti diabetic effect – it can lower blood sugar levels and improve sensitivity to the hormone insulin, a vital hormone required for keeping blood sugar levels balanced.
Keeps your dental care in check
Cinnamon can combat bacteria in the mouth, like a natural anti-bacterial mouthwash, getting rid of bad breath, tooth decay, cavities or mouth infections.
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