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Spice of life-Cinnamon

Cinnamon is one of the oldest spices known to humankind. Common cinnamon comes from the inner bark of a cassia tree grown in Indonesia and Vietman. Most of us have cinnamon in our cabinet.

Healing powers: cinnamon is known to act as a anti-inflammatory, lower blood sugar, cholesterol, help tooth decay, fight cancer and even help lift your mood.

Flavor profile: sweet, spicy. Cinnamon mixes well with ginger, cloves, nutmeg added to deserts. Cinnamon is just not for sweet dishes. Add it to braised meats, pickles, sweet potatoes and squash.

How to store: as with most spices airtight container to keep moisture and  air out. Cinnamon sticks can last from  2-3 years, ground cinnamon loses its flavor quickly.

Often times when trying to lose weight, diets can become boring.

Adding healing spices can perk up any meal with flavors to turn the same old boring salad into a meal to look forward to! If you enjoy and look forward to a flavorful dish that you create, it will be easier to stay and more enjoyable to stay on a healthy eating plan.  http://nutritionandyoga.com/2017/07/25/carrot-cake-muffin-breakfast-bites

Sourced from: Essential Spices and Herbs: By Christina Nichol


Jennie Schwartz
Personal Health Coach

Jennie is a certified health coach and yoga instructor. Her approach combines yoga, fitness, and nutrition to achieve health goals. Her biggest joy is helping clients discover the tools needed for a lifetime of balance and well-being.

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