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does cinnamon help lower blood sugar?

the past couple months i have been on here asking questions about diabeties and ive been getting really good advice. i was dignosed in feb and no one i know has it and its not in my family. needless to say this is kinda my support group:) in previous questions about my blood sugar, a few people have suggested adding cinnamon to my diet to reduce blood sugar readings. has anyone on here tried that and it has worked? how much a day do i take? will it be a noticable difference? anyone on here know anything and can give me more info? thanks:)
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Hi, cinnamon really helps in reducing blood sugar levels. It also helps with LDL lipoprotein, triglycerides and total cholesterol. However, cinnamon can not help in Type 1 Diabetes and insulin dependent. It can only help in Type 2 diabetes by taking 1/4 teaspoonful 2-3 times a day. You can add it to your coffee, tea or anything else that you drink or eat. If you decide to try this, be very patient, because it usually takes 40 days to notice the first results. It would be the best if your physician monitors your blood sugar levels. Because there are many different types of cinnamon, be sure that you found the right one, which is called Cinnamomun cassia. More can be found at http://www.helpdiabetes.com Diet Section
















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