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Cinnamon

One healthy spice that you should definitely be adding into your diet is cinnamon.  While most commonly used to flavor desserts and baked goods, cinnamon offers numerous health benefits that you can definitely reap the rewards of if you start looking for everyday ways to add it to your diet plan.

Let's have a look at some of the potential health benefits that cinnamon will offer.

Reduces Blood Clots

One of the most powerful benefits that cinnamon has to offer is that it will help to decrease the likelihood of unwanted blood clots from forming.  Some people tend to have blood that clots readily at even the slightest amount of bleeding in the body and this could lead to fatal health consequences depending on the location.

Blood Sugar Control

Another of the very beneficial effects that cinnamon will have on the body is that it enhances your overall level of blood sugar control.  Those who have poor blood sugar control could be at risk for developing diabetes and will often find they get very wide fluctuations in energy highs and lows over time.

By adding just a small amount of cinnamon to your meal you can stabilize your blood sugar levels so you feel better after taking in a meal containing a good dose of carbohydrates.

Improved Brain Function

Need a quick mental boost? Look no further than to cinnamon.  Many people find that simply smelling the scent of cinnamon can help to improve memory and cognition, helping you perform better on any brain-related activities.

Rather than having an air freshener in your office by your desk, you may want to consider a small canister of cinnamon sticks instead.

Source Of Calcium

While cinnamon isn't as high in calcium as a glass of milk would be, it still does offer some of this mineral and will help you encourage strong bone development and proper muscular contractions.  Those who don't take in a lot of dairy products and who are falling short in their calcium quota will definitely want to add some cinnamon into their day.

So there you have all the primary health benefits that cinnamon has to offer.  Whether you sprinkle it on to of an apple and put it in the oven or stir it into your morning bowl of oatmeal, be sure to come up with some creative way to add it to one of your main meals.

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