Health Tip#20

Warm Cinnamon Milk 

Cinnamon milk not only has a lot of health and beauty benefits and remedies but also tastes great!

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Health Benefits :

Powerful antioxidant – Cinnamon is a very powerful antioxidant and when compared to six other antioxidant spices (anise, ginger, liquorice, mint, nutmeg and vanilla), cinnamon prevents oxidation more effectively than all the other spices (except mint)

Warming tonic during winters – Cinnamon milk is a great warming tonic. Drinking cinnamon milk helps to warm our interior and increase circulation throughout our bodies.

Bone health – Cinnamon milk is great in increasing the bone density, thus preventing arthritis.

Digestive problems – Cinnamon milk can help ease digestive issues like indigestion and cramping. It will also help firm loose bowels, so it is a very effective diarrhoea remedy for children.

Cold and flu – Cinnamon milk can help to prevent and cure colds and flus. It’s also great for chronically cold hands and feet.

Great for diabetes – Cinnamon milk helps the body respond to insulin more effectively, which encourages healthy blood sugar levels.

Oral health – Drinking cinnamon milk regularly will help reduce cavities, strengthen gums and also decrease insect bites.

Weight loss – Cinnamon can actually slow down the process of moving food into your stomach. This is a good thing for those attempting to lose weight because this activity will help you feel full for a longer period of time. The great thing about using cinnamon for weight loss is that it is such a common spice, since it is a “superfood” every household keeps and can be added to many common foods.

Cinnamon milk recipe – Things you need:

Combine 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon powder, 1 cup warm milk, Honey as per taste and Few drops vanilla extract. Serve warm!

Important consideration:

  • Cinnamon can be purchased in several forms, including ground powder, cinnamon sticks, cinnamon bark oil, or even capsules.
  • Not all cinnamon were created equal, so be careful what you buy.