Cinnamon helps curb sugar cravings by controlling insulin.

Here are some ways to incorporate cinnamon (and, yes; I copied them directly from a press release)(for myself):

11 ways to make cinnamon a habit

Apples are a natural pairing with cinnamon for a healthy treat

  • Add cinnamon to a cup of tea, hot chocolate or coffee
  • Sprinkle on low-fat cottage cheese or low-fat yogurt
  • Combine with ginger, garlic and olive oil to season steamed vegetables
  • Dip an apple into peanut butter, then cinnamon
  • Sprinkle cinnamon on fruit salad
  • Add to your favorite vegetable stir-fry
  • Dust on whole-grain pancakes
  • Shake on quinoa cereal
  • Combine with ginger, tarragon, salt and pepper and bake with chicken
  • Add cinnamon to black bean soup for a unique twist
  • Throw in the blender when you’re whipping up a breakfast smoothie

8 thoughts on “Cinnamon

  1. Cinnamon always reminds me of autumn and childhood. We’d pick apples and the next day(ish) my mother would get to work making pies to freeze which we would then enjoy over the winter. She would always make sure to save a bit of the extra dough for my sister and I. We got to roll it out ourselves and sprinkle it with cinnamon and sugar. My Mom would bake it in the oven and when it was done we’d eat it with cups of “fairy tea” (warm milk with a bit of tea and sugar).

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  2. How interesting, I never knew that about cinnamon, here’s one for you – when I was on the ferry crossing in scotland, I was just browsing the menu to pass the time and I read the children menu had low salt, they were using seaweed in its place! Maybe in future, they could put seaweed and cinnamon in foods, instead of sugar and salt

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