The Cozy Comforts and Blood Sugar Benefits of Cinnamon
by Dr. Ritamarie Loscalzo, MS. DC, CCN, DACBN
The Best Years in LifeWith the fall season finally upon us, many of you will soon be snuggling up in front of a fire and sipping the warming comforts of your favorite tea. This time of year I especially love the smell and taste of cinnamon.
I use cinnamon in hot and cold drinks, as well as in my dehydrated goodies. The scent of cinnamon seems to linger throughout the house and just smells so relaxing. It is definitely a “feel good and comfy” type of scent. The smell of cinnamon triggers wonderful memories of previous holiday gatherings with my family. It also reminds me that the present holidays are just around the corner.
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