PipingRock Ceylon Cinnamon, 60 Vegan Gummies
Ceylon cinnamon is lighter in color than the cassia cinnamon, which typically comes from Indonesia, China and other countries. Cassia cinnamon tastes “stronger and hotter,” says Ana Sortun, executive chef of Oleana restaurant in Cambridge, Mass., while Ceylon cinnamon is full of “lighter, brighter citrus tones.”
Ceylon cinnamon is full of antioxidants, which help your body handle free radicals and lowers your risk of health conditions like cancer, heart disease, and diabetes. Ceylon cinnamon is also rich in the mineral manganese. This mineral helps your body manage the enzymes that produce hormones and help repair your bones.
Cinnamon usually causes no side effects. But heavy use could irritate your mouth and lips, causing sores. Some people are allergic to it. It might cause redness and irritation if you put it on your skin.
Cinnamon is considered as an alternative treatment for diabetes mellitus. In one study, Ceylon cinnamon brought insulin levels in diabetic rats to close to normal levels. Other studiesTrusted Source support the idea that Ceylon cinnamon is useful for diabetes treatment.
Ceylon cinnamon stimulates insulin-like activity. It reduces insulin resistance in the body. This helps glucose metabolize in the liver, according to research
Ceylon cinnamon is a promising treatment for people looking for alternatives to synthetic insulin therapy. To use cinnamon as an insulin stabilizer, at least 120 milligrams (mg) per day are recommended
- Serving Size: 2 Vegan Gummies
- Servings Per Container: 30
|Total Carbohydrate||5 g||2 %*|
|Sugar Alcohols||4 g||†|
|Chromium (as Chromium Yeast)||100 mcg||286 %Daily Value|
|Ceylon Cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum) (bark) (from 200 mg of 10:1 extract)||2,000 mg||†|