Cinnamon (cinnamon bark) improves blood glucose and cholesterol levels in people with type 2 diabetes, and may reduce risk factors associated with diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Cassia cinnamon is available as pills those are to be taken in limit. Most people with diabetes are able to take cinnamon supplements with no problems or side effects. But cassia cinnamon contains a compound called coumarin, which prevents your blood from clotting. If you’re taking a blood-thinning medication, taking cinnamon may not be an option. You may have a higher-than-normal risk of bleeding, which can be dangerous.
Related Journals of Cinnamon and Diabetes
Journal of Diabetes Medication & Care, Journal of Childhood Obesity, Journal of Obesity and Eating Disorders, Journal of Clinical Diabetes & Practice, Diabetes Case Reports, Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism, Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry, Nutrition, Metabolism and Cardiovascular Diseases, Experimental Diabetes Research, Nutrition Research, International Journal for Vitamin and Nutrition Research
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