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What Are The Benefits Of 1000 Mg Of A Cinnamon Supplement
Supplements: Cinnamon is not used in any medical setting. Any practice using this spice is outside of the normal medical community. All foods taken orally are broken down in the stomach. They are not absorbed into your blood stream as the specific product you consumed. This food is not dangerous, but I would doubt any claims of health benefits. ...Read more
A dietary supplement, also known as food supplement or nutritional supplement, is a preparation intended to supplement the diet and provide nutrients, such as vitamins, minerals, fiber, fatty acids, or amino acids, that may be missing or may not be consumed in sufficient quantities in a person's diet. Some countries define dietary supplements as foods, while ...Read more
I currently take a supplement containing 160mg of cinnamon daily, but I don't know if it's Ceylon or Cassia. Is this a dangerous amount of coumarin for daily use?
Different fundamentally from the cinnamon used in cooking. I can assure you 160 mg of the whole spice is teeny weeny compared to many of my stir frys.
My baking book says a teaspoon is 20 times (2300 mg) more than that; and I use many teaspoons.
furthermore, I know the cost of good cinnamon and I suspect they put 'supplement' on the bottle and jack the price 10x ...Read more
Neither helpful: ...or harmful. There's evidence of it's anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties and POSSIBLY improvement of diabetes in lab studies. However, so far, it's medicinal value is still theoretical and the dose required to produce an effect is unknown. If inhaled, it can irritate your throat and airway. I love cinnamon flavor, but can't recommend it as a medicine. Hope this helps. Dr. Anne. ...Read more
Partially: Cinnamon has a stabilizing affect on blood sugar. However, be very careful how much you use. Cinnamon has coumarin which has similar properties to Coumadin (warfarin) (the blood thinner). While coumarin is not as potent as coumadin, (warfarin) it still has liver affects and some blood thinning properties. Just don't put cinnamon on everything and think there won't be anything harmful. ...Read more
My 13y/o daughter has t1dm how good will it help her if I also give her natural supplements that include cinnamon, biotin, and chronium?
May help a bit...:
It is easier to improve type 2 than type 1 diabetes with supplements but there is some evidence that biotin can improve sugar levels ; chromium can improve Insulin sensitivity in t1dm. Cinnamon may not help type 1. See http://lpi. Oregonstate. Edu/infocenter/vitamins/biotin/
; http://care. Diabetesjournals. Org/content/27/11/2741.Long
; http://www. Drweil. Com/drw/u/art03372/diabetes-type-1.Html. ...Read more
My sis is a diabetic. I heard that cinnamon supplements can help lower blood sugar and a1c? Fact or myth?
Can adding new supplements like B12 or cinnamon that support metabolism to my diet cause a missed period?
These supplements are not known to cause a missed period. If you are sexually active you could be pregnant but missing periods is not uncommon for other reasons such as stress ; nutrient deficiencies.
Home pregnancy tests are inexpensive (even found at dollar stores) and widely available so you can find out if you are pregnant within minutes. There is no need to stay in doubt about this. ...Read more
Is it safe to take ginseng, vit d, k, calcium + capsicum supplements and cinnamon, dandelion, green, rosehip, chamomile and peppermint teas together?
Who knows?: Why would anyone have ever scientifically studied such a combination? Do so, as with all otc supplements, at your own risk. The only one that has been scientifically studied and has actual medical benefits without significant risks is the vitamin d. Calcium can't hurt. The rest are a waste of money and possibly health. Don't get your medical information from friends, tv or internet scams. ...Read more
Not a good idea: Supplements are generally a bad idea in pregnancy. They are not regulated by the FDA so it's never clear that you are actually getting what you are paying for. In addition to that, most supplements have not been studied on pregnant woman. Please don't take any supplements other than a pre-natal vitamin without talking to your doctor first and I suggest avoiding them altogether during pregnancy. ...Read more
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
Are the claimed benefits of honey and cinnamon a hoax? Do honey and cinnamon have any real health benefits?
Both cinnamon and honey have many proven significant health benefits. Cinnamon is esp. Good at controlling blood sugar & has many other benefits- a good summary of research is at http://cinnamonvogue. Com/cinnamoncommonuses. Html
honey also has many benefits, esp. When raw & is valuable topically for wounds. It has many benefits when eaten but should be used in moderation. See http://bit. Ly/1aporiw. ...Read more
I've read that 1tbsp of honey and 1 tblsp of cinnamon w/cup of hot war has many health benefits. Is this true or just a hype.
Innocent dosages: These along with a huge list of products have a history of being touted as having health benefits. There is ;probably no harm in what you describe but no evidence to support health benefits from these. ...Read more
Many good benefits: Cinnamon might be best known for significantly lowering blood sugar and can reduce it 18-29%, but is also a potent anti-oxidant, good anti-inflammatory and lowers cholesterol 12-26%. It is also a broad-spectrum anti-microbial. For more information see http://www. Whfoods. Com/genpage. Php? Tname=foodspice&dbid=68. ...Read more
Honey and cinnamon: They taste good.Get a more detailed answer ›
Cinnamon: Http://www. Whfoods. Com/genpage. Php? Tname=foodspice&dbid=68. "Old" may not have full benefits. ...Read more
Cinnamon and Health: Alternative docs suggest that daily use of cinnamon can boost immune system. There is not sufficient scientific proof at present to back these claims. However, since cinnamon is not harmful when taken as food, including this in our daily diet is worth a try. Cinnamon is rich in antioxidants, essential oils, and other components that might have antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal properties. ...Read more
I've read that 1tblsp honey and 1tblsp cinnamon w/cup of hot water has many health benefits. Is this true?
It depends: I doubt you'll find scientific evidence as to the health benefits. That doesn't mean it is hype. A lack of evidence doesn't exclude the possibility of significant benefit. I find it best to have supplements tailored to the individual. In the U.S. naturopaths are often the best bet. If you have access to a good herbalist & I have a bias toward Chinese Medicine. (Cinnamon commonly used) ...Read more
I started adding making tea by adding ground cinammon powder to my hot water. I read about the benefits of cinnamon, but is true that it's toxic? How?
Just don't inhale it: A little cinnamon in hot water is not toxic and you can this daily. Enjoy. ...Read more
Cinnamon: Some research has found that a particular type of cinnamon, cassia cinnamon, may lower blood sugar in people with diabetes. Other studies have not found such a benefit. It has some anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antibacterial effects. So it may add some spice to your health. ...Read more
Can cinnamon really prevent blood clots? I'm diabetic and I would like to knowbif it wojld benefit me to take it?
The benefits: Of cinnamon for people with diabetes are marginal at best, There is no value in taking extra cinnamon, unless you like the taste in food. Cinnamon rolls taste good, but are very high in calories and sugar. Don't get your medical information from friends, tv or internet scams. ...Read more
Are there any real benefits for detox water for weight loss? If so, what is the best combination? I've read raw honey, cinnamon, and lemon is good.
What benefits does 500mg of cinnamon have on the human body... Just found out the weight loss is a myth... Need 2 know I didn't waist my money.
Many good benefits: Cinnamon might be best known for significantly lowering blood sugar and can reduce it 18-29%, but is also a potent anti-oxidant, good anti-inflammatory and lowers cholesterol 12-26%. It is also a broad-spectrum anti-microbial. For more information see http://www. Whfoods. Com/genpage. Php? Tname=foodspice;dbid=68. ...Read more
Yes, antioxidants: The benefit includes keeping your body working optimally as vitamins assist in different body processes. Make sure you take a supplement that contains vitamins and antioxidants, as you want to decrease the level of oxidation in your system. Http://drbarreto. Juiceplus. Com/. ...Read more
Celery seed is a natural diuretic, helps pms and menstrual cramps, is used for gout, protects the liver, may help high blood pressure and lower cholesterol and reduce inflammation. More research is needed but it is safe to try. See http://voices. Yahoo. Com/celery-seeds-health-benefits-medicinal-uses-2649797.Html? Cat=68 &
http://umm. Edu/health/medical/altmed/herb/celery-seed. ...Read more
Please go to WebMD and search for "tyrosine".
The article should be easy for you to read and understand.
Side effects can occur but there is often a benefit. ...Read more