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Twice-Daily Dose of Cinnamon Could Prevent Diabetes


Spicing up your diet with a twice-daily dose of cinnamon could help prevent diabetes in those at risk for the disease, a study suggests.

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Conducted by researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles, this month-long study involved 18 overweight or obese adults diagnosed with prediabetes. Patients were split into two groups, one receiving cinnamon supplements and the other given placebo pills. The results showed that those taking cinnamon had significantly lower blood sugar levels compared to the placebo group. The finding builds on previous research which has similarly confirmed a link between cinnamon consumption and improved blood sugar control.

Drug-based medicine is confined to treating the symptoms of diabetes by focusing on lowering elevated blood sugar levels. However, cardiovascular disease and other complications can still strike even in diabetic patients whose blood sugar levels are successfully controlled. Thus, while clearly necessary, it can be seen that lowering blood sugar levels alone is an incomplete approach to addressing diabetic disorders.

Dr. Rath’s Cellular Medicine research provides a scientific breakthrough in our understanding of the causes, prevention, and adjunct treatment of diabetes. As his work has clearly demonstrated, the condition’s primary cause is a chronic deficiency of certain vitamins and other essential micronutrients in the cells of the pancreas, the vascular walls, and other organs. This means that an optimum intake of the correct micronutrients can help prevent the onset of the disease and its complications.

To learn more about Dr. Rath’s approach to the natural prevention and control of diabetes, see this article on our website.