Health Benefits of Cinnamon

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The book sneak peek tip – Cinnamon… only 88 days until the book release!


Is it possible for a spice to improve brain function, lower cholesterol and help maintain blood sugar levels?  It is if that spice is cinnamon.  Cinnamon is a powerful spice, not necessarily in taste but in its ability to heal!

Cinnamon can be used to soothe upset stomachs or to prevent ulcers, or to suppress the bacteria that creates urinary tract infections and yeast infections.  Studies have also demonstrated that cinnamon can help reduce LDL cholesterol levels.  Additionally, it has been shown to help reduce overall blood sugar levels and to increase the natural production of insulin.

So, you’re probably wondering just how much cinnamon it takes to start reaping these benefits, right?  It appears to be anywhere from as little as ½ teaspoon and up 2 teaspoons each day.  That’s not very much at all, and it’s easy to integrate this spice into your everyday diet.

Add cinnamon to:
  • Toast
  • Cocoa
  • Oatmeal
  • Applesauce

Fit Links:
Cin City: Health Benefits of Cinnamon – Women’s Health Magazine
Cinnamon, ground –


Fitness Attack #2, the book, is going to be released on Halloween 2010!  That’s right, 10/31/10! It will feature 101 easy tips to help you live a healthy and fit life! 91 of those tips will be released right here, starting today and going through the launch date. The last 10 tips are EXCLUSIVE to the book so if you want them, you’ll have to buy the book! We are also working on lots of bonus material to overload the book! More info on ordering and content to come – stay tuned!

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