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What Are The Benefits Of Chewing On Cinnamon Sticks
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
Stick To Coca Cola: "Benefits" is a relative term. Chewing the coca leaf releases minuscule amounts of cocaine, which acts like a stimulant with about the strength of coffee. It doesn't taste so good, so it is now extracted into a pure form that is so strong and addictive it has basically ruined many a culture and sub-culture (Netflix: "Narcos," "Cocaineomics," "Crack in the System"--currently playing "Sicario").BAD! ...Read more
Let'sGumUpTheWorks!!: What a great tension-reliever! As long as you don't chew too hard. It would then be the somewhat equivalent to grinding your teeth. So chew gently and if it hurts, stop for a while. Great for a dry or foul-smelling mouth, like after coffee. But it can be seen as somewhat crude if you do it at work or to prominently. Whether sugar or sugarless is up to you. I do sugarless. Wrigley 5 Gum rocks! ...Read more
Less calories: Raw takes longer time to eat, and slows you down, Im assuming mostly fruits and vegetables, so lower in calories as well, which is high in fiber and help in blood sugar control and weight loss. I don't suggest raw meat or fish due to parasites and bacteria. (especially in ground meat, chicken or turkey. Good luck to you ...Read more
Gum can help or not: Gum chewing, as long as it contains xylitol or is sugarless, has the benefit of creating less-likely environment for decay, because it increases saliva (and the xylitol reduces certain bacteria). The negative can be that your joints and muscles sometimes get overtired from all that chewing - it depends on the patient. Just make sure if you chew gum, the only sugar present is xylitol. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Source of VITAMIN A: Chili powder is a healthy seasoning and contains a fair amount of vitamin a. Your body needs vitamin a for the maintenance of your eyesight as you age as well as to contribute to maintaining the health of your skin, bones, teeth and reproductive systems. Chili powder also contains small amounts of vitamin c (an anti-oxidant) and many minerals. ...Read more
I have gastritis. Are cinnamon / cinnamon oil or peppermint safe to take? They're ingredient in a chewing gum I take after meals to stimultate digest
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