Imagine being able to control your blood sugar… your joint pain… and even your heart health without TOUCHING a prescription drug.
It’s not just possible… you can actually start TODAY!
Because a breakthrough new study shows that a simple kitchen spice DESTROYS the age-related inflammation that can lead to:
- Cardiovascular disease
- Macular degeneration
- Alzheimer’s disease
- And MORE!
Today, I’ll show you how you can use this delicious spice as your first line of defense to STOP the deadly conditions you fear the most.
A spicy way to get rid of inflammation
Cinnamon has long been known to have many health benefits.
In ancient times, for instance, it was used to preserve meat thanks to its antibacterial properties. And Medieval physicians used it for coughs and indigestion.
But a massive recent study sheds new light on this amazing spice that’ll have you including it in nearly every dish…
It all started with a previous study that tested 115 anti-inflammatory foods. Results showed cinnamon was one of the best.
This study spawned a litany of others — and eventually a review of ALL the research from 1982-2013.
And sure enough, the massive amount of data revealed cinnamon FIGHTS OFF age-related inflammation…
It’s potent antioxidant activity SLASHES the exact kind of inflammation that’s at the root of conditions seniors fear the most!
Arthritis, diabetes, heart disease, Alzeheimer’s, and macular degeneration…
Each of these diseases comes from low-grade inflammation – meaning it’s something that builds up after YEARS.
And that’s why a single spice can benefit so many people, especially seniors!
Getting the most out of your cinnamon
There are two prominent types of cinnamon: Ceylon and Cassia.
Cassia is more likely to be the one that’s currently sitting on a shelf in your kitchen as Ceylon is considerably more expensive (and not stocked by many grocery stores).
Regardless of the type, both help slow the absorption of sugar in the bloodstream.
That means your body won’t have to rely so much on insulin, and can reduce the chances you’ll develop insulin resistance that becomes Type 2 diabetes.
Unlike spices like turmeric, you don’t need to add anything to cinnamon to increase its absorption.
That means you can add it to virtually anything.
You can add a dash of cinnamon to your favorite dishes, including chilis, baked (no sugar) apples, and more.
And if you’ve never tried adding cinnamon to your coffee, you’re missing out. There are two ways to do this: either by adding a teaspoon of cinnamon to your grounds or by stirring it directly into your coffee.
You can be creative, have fun, and get rid of inflammation at the same time!