Cinnamon & Honey can reduce Cholesterol
Half a tea spoon of Cinnamon a day has been found to reduce Cholesterol. Make sure the Cinnamon you consume is Ceylon Cinnamon that is freshly harvested and ground so that the essential oil content is at its highest levels.
In addition to lowering Cholesterol, Cinnamon contains terpenoids in its volatile oil that appear to have antifungal, antibacterial, anti-allergic and insulin-stimulating functions, notes the University of Michigan Health System.
Why Cinnamon and Honey helps reduce Cholesterol
Both cinnamon and honey are considered very safe for consumption, because they've been used in cuisine and as foods for thousands of years, says the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
Why Ceylon Cinnamon
Ceylon Cinnamon has 1250 times less coumarin than Cassia which is sold as Cinnamon in the USA. Ceylon Cinnamon has been substituted for so long with lesser versions of itself like Cassia that many people have no idea how different they actually are. This confusion is furthered by many people selling the substitutes as Ceylon Cinnamon and many consumers purchase them as they are none the wiser. Read customer reviews on Ceylon Cinnamon from around the world.
You could store the Ceylon Cinnamon in your refrigerator for up to two years from purchase.
Find out how you can identify Cinnamon from Cassia and never be fooled by Cassia again