KOS Organic Cinnamon Bark Powder
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Cinnamon is one of Mother Nature's overachievers; an ages-old condiment and possibly a tonic for normalizing blood sugar and reducing oxidative stress.
Wonder why we’re excited to stock this in our KOS Pantry? Consider a quote from a respected alt-med journal: “In addition to being an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antidiabetic, antimicrobial, anticancer, lipid-lowering, and cardiovascular-disease-lowering compound, Cinnamon has also been reported to have activities against neurological disorders, such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's diseases.”
Antioxidants to the Rescue
King of Hearts
Blood Sugar Stabilizer
A Condiment for a Cause
At KOS, we want to help you win the war against free radicals wreaking oxidative stress in your body. Cinnamon is a combatant armed with large amounts of highly potent polyphenol antioxidants; serious ammo to protect against uninvited intruders.
One of Cinnamon’s most promising attributes is the evidence it can be cardiovascular protective. The Journal of Clinical Lipidology reported; “Cinnamon supplementation significantly reduced blood triglycerides and total cholesterol concentrations…”
Cinnamon can help block several digestive enzymes to slow sugar absorption in the bloodstream after a high-carb meal. Researchers are excited about potential benefits for type 2 diabetes and pre-diabetes as it seems to improve fasting blood glucose.
Cinnamon might have significant neuroprotection ability. Animal studies are promising. Two compounds in Cinnamon seem to inhibit buildup of a protein, tau, in the brain, which is one of the hallmarks of Alzheimer's disease. We’ll keep our hopes high.
Bark with a Bite
Flavonoids - plant-based protective compounds - in Cinnamon Bark Powder are very effective at scavenging free radicals to reduce oxidation and are anti-inflammatory agents for the immune system.View research
Research shows Cinnamon’s active components cinnamaldehyde and cinnamic acid are cardio-protective due to their ability to produce nitric oxide and associated anti-inflammatory properties. Deal us in!View research
Lowers blood glucose
Current research is not conclusive but several studies have shown that compounds in Cinnamon can lower fasting blood glucose; promising news for those with high blood sugar and related diseases.View research
Ceylon, ceylon sailors
In the early days of global wheeler-dealers, Cinnamon's value rivaled that of gold and silver. Thought of as one of the most exotic offerings from the Spice Islands, demand exceeded supply for eons. We still value Cinnamon for its unique flavor but we are learning how important it can be as a modern medicine. It has been proven to help lower blood sugar, it supports the cardiovascular system and has potent anti-inflammatory components. And? It still adds a joyful zing to our morning toast.