Cinnamon And Yoghurt As A Remedy For Diabetes, Obesity And Cholesterol


Very common spice in our food is cinnamon.

Cinnamon medicinal properties have been known to people long ago.

It is often bought in the form of powder, and as such is not suitable for eating, but should be blended with some drink or food. One possibility is precisely the mixture of cinnamon and yogurt.


Important for this is to use low-fat yogurt and good Ceylon cinnamon, and not apricot-cinnamon.

Cinnamon lowers blood sugar

Lot of researches have shown that half a teaspoon of cinnamon per day can lower blood sugar levels, especially if it comes to diabetes type 2. Some of these studies have confirmed the effects of cinnamon on blood cholesterol and triglycerides.

This amazing spice, cinnamon, has become recognized as a cure for diabetes and cholesterol.

Cinnamon is added in cakes and various other sweets; and also a healing honey mixture can be made with its help.  (which must not be consumed by diabetics), so cinnamon yogurt is the perfect combination. Of course you can add this mix to some fruit or cereal, according to what your health allows.


Known diet with honey and cinnamon is far better known among the people, than the one with yogurt-cinnamon.  You should do this diet for 10 days:

Drink 200 ml of yogurt with half a teaspoon cinnamon each morning for breakfast.  You can add a handful of cereal or fruit in the yogurt.

What is good about this diet is that you eat lunch as you do normally, and it’s important not to exaggerate.

About dinner, you should drink 200 ml of yogurt and half a teaspoon of cinnamon again, but this time without any additives.

Most important of all is that during the diet, you should drink lots of water and be physically active.

Yogurt-Cinnamon combination is used externally for skin care of the face.

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