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Cinnamon & Honey

MSGMSG Posts: 296
edited 03/25/2014 - 7:04 PM in Diet, Nutrition, Weight Loss
I'm not sure I'm posting this in the right area, but here goes:

I saw something on FB about cinnamon & honey enabling you to lose weight. I checked that website that you can go to to see if things are true, false, folklore, etc, & it got mixed reviews. Supposedly it can help with cholesterol, upset stomach, arthritis (which I know a lot of people have) a bunch of other stuff.

I'm always on a quest to help me lose weight, & have bought a couple of products, but decided not to try them because I'm too afraid it might not mix well with all the other drugs, even when it's supposed to be natural. I'm sure most of us know that certain types of vitamins & natural supplements don't mix well, but I'm thinking that honey & cinnamon would be ok. Of course, I'm not a dr, so any questions about drinking a cinnamon/honey tea every day & how it could affect your meds should be directed to your dr.

I'm sure some of you have heard of this, but I haven't & just thought if pass it on.
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  • Is that it is good for flu. I have used it on the first cold or flu like symptoms and have to say it made me feel better. I also know tha cinnamon can reduce blood sugar as I told a friend and she tried it and was able to get off of insulin. I know nothing about either being used as weight reduction
  • SpinellieSSpinellie Posts: 20
    edited 03/30/2014 - 10:14 AM
    Is this the one that you drink in hot water? I am interested in trying it out. I read that it also regulates blood sugar levels.
  • Yes you can put it in hot water or tea or just take it straight, if you're tough
  • IamMonkeyDLuffyIIamMonkeyDLuffy Posts: 43
    edited 07/17/2014 - 7:50 PM
    Upon researching on benefits of cinnamon tea, I learned that it lower your cholesterol and protect your heart. And also, cinnamon tea is known for its anti-inflammatory properties.
    "When do you think people die? When they are shot through the heart by the bullet of a pistol? No. When they are ravaged by an incurable disease? No. When they drink a soup made from a poisonous mushroom!? No! It’s when… they are forgotten."
  • PlumbTuckeredOutPlumbTuckeredOut Philadelphia, PAPosts: 325
    No matter what you eat or don't eat the unsecret of weight loss is taking in fewer calories than you spend. The trick is in getting all your nutritional needs, protein, carbs, fats, vitamins, veggies, fiber without going over your caloric limit that day. The more calories you eat, the more you need to burn to lose weight.
    Certain foods have multiple benefits such as being high in fiber and vitamins. Certain foods are special once a week treats when they are high in calories and low in nutrients but they make you feel good. It's important to have treats now and then too.

    Two roads diverged in a wood, and I took the one less traveled by...... (Robert Frost)
    I still don't know if I should have taken the one that said, "Caution! Dead End" (Me)
  • I take Cinnamon & Honey with tea, it tastes good and has many health benefits.
  • lujilujetllujilujet Posts: 4
    edited 02/19/2016 - 7:50 AM
    Honey and Cinnamon mixture has many benefits and can cure most of the diseases. Honey has been used as a vital and natural medicine for centuries. As honey and cinnamon magic mixture can be used for many of following diseases without any side effects for any kind of diseases. 
    • Acne
    • Skin Infections
    • Weight Loss
    • Arthritis
    • Hair Loss
    • Bladder Infections
    • Toothache
    • Cholesterol
    • Cold and Cough
    • Infertility
    • Upset Stomach
    • Bad Breath
    As I personally, am taking honey with  lukewarm water every day (empty stomach). So its a natural way for every diseases.  




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