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A recent study by the U.S. Department of Agriculture found that cinnamon, a spice commonly found in bread and other foods, enhances the cellular response to insulin and is expected to bring good news to diabetics.
The research report pointed out that cinnamon contains certain ingredients that can accelerate the decomposition of sugars up to twenty times. In other words, for diabetics who lack insulin, eating foods containing cinnamon powder should help reduce the disease.
According to Anderson, who is responsible for the research team, cinnamon powder has no side effects on the human body. Diabetic patients may wish to add a little cinnamon powder to their daily diet to see if they can really control blood sugar levels. He suggested that one-fourth tablespoon of cinnamon can be mixed with juice, coffee or cereal to try.
However, Anderson stressed that this is only an experimental result. As to whether it has a practical effect on people with diabetes, it needs to be confirmed by clinical trials. Before the clinical trial report is released, cinnamon should not be used as a substitute for diabetes drugs.