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We definitely have to give credit to the ‘Mother Nature’ for the existence of so many wonderful things like bees, honey and cinnamon trees! The combination between these two products has been used for ages and ages in the Chinese medicine and Ayurveda – the oldest healing science.
If stored correctly, honey will never spoil, while cinnamon has once been so valuable that it was only the Emperor who could use it. Luckily, today everyone can get this wonderful combo and take advantage of what it gives!
Here’s 4 health benefits of honey and cinnamon:
Free radicals destroy the cells, which may result in premature aging. Honey contains phenols, enzymes, flavonoids and natural acids, all of which are powerful antioxidants. Cinnamon, on the other hand, is said to beat 26 other popular spices (among which are oregano and garlic) when it comes to the antioxidant content. All this properties are responsible for slowing up the aging process!
Of course you’re not going to lose weight, if you only rely on honey with cinnamon, but if you add some regular training and healthy nutrition, you may be surprised by the results! Honey is absorbed by the body slower than refined sugar, which prevents from high blood sugar levels. Differently, cinnamon speeds up the metabolism and turns glycose into energy, not into fat accumulation.
Both honey and the brown powder are known for their antibacterial characteristics and that’s why they can be used not only for treating illnesses, but also for kidney- and other kinds of infections!
Unfortunately, heart diseases are considered to be some of the most common causes of death! Good thing to know is that honey and cinnamon are ‘heart-friendly’! Researches show that thanks to the antioxidants in the natural sweetener it accelerates the blood flow that goes through the heart and thus purifies and dilates the arteries. In addition, cinnamon reduces bad cholesterol!
Now we know how important this natural mixture turns out to be, right? Good news is you can consume it however you like – as a spread during breakfast, in a glass of water before going to bed…The choice is all yours!
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