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Doctor insights on: Cinnamon Raisin Bread

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Could raisins make you gain weight?

Could raisins make you gain weight?

It you eat enough of: Any food the calories will add up. If calories consumed exceed calories burned that weight gain occurs. 0.5 ounce of raisins is 42 calories. ...Read more

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Are there any risks after doing the 'cinnamon challenge'?

Are there any risks after doing the 'cinnamon challenge'?

Risks of cinnamon ch: If you tried cinnamon challenge and have no symptoms now, you rode your luck. Never try it again as it may cause aspiration into the lungs and pneumonia. ...Read more

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Could you explain health benefits for cinnamon?

Could you explain health benefits for cinnamon?

Yes.: Cinnamon is one of the most potent anti-oxidants there is and several studies also show benefits in type two diabetics, although the latter findings are still in debate. However, for the anti-oxidant properties, it is inexpensive and harmless. Anti-oxidants have anti-inflammatory properties! ...Read more

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What are considered well accepted advantages of cinnamon and honey?

What are considered well accepted advantages of cinnamon and honey?

Both taste great: They have a lot of minor medical uses but there are better choices for anything they claim to treat. ...Read more

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Is cinnamon bad for your liver?

Is cinnamon bad for your liver?

Cinnamon : In normal food amounts, cinnamon is safe for anyone. If used in larger doses, some people are sensitive to one type of cinnamon, called cassia cinnamon, and theoretically could have negative effects on the liver. In practical terms, it would be difficult to take that much cinnamon if used only in food amounts. Hope that helps. ...Read more

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Can you eat cinnamon while pregnant?

Can you eat cinnamon while pregnant?

Cinnamon: Cinnamon when used as a food is considered safe in pregnancy & may be helpful with gestational diabetes. However high doses of cinnamon supplements have not been evaluated with pregnancy – so this is discouraged unless specifically recommended by your physician. ...Read more