Three years later, in 2013, more evidence was discovered of cinnamon’s multifaceted talents beyond sweeting coffees and satisfying sweet tooths.
Research published in The Annals of Family Medicine journal showed that in supplement form, cinnamon could lead to lower levels of bad cholesterol and higher levels of good cholesterol.
While both the 2010 and 2013 research show that cinnamon can reduce your risk of developing diabetes, both studies did add that it depends on the type and dosage of cinnamon.
What this means is that adding cinnamon to your coffee won’t lower your risk of diabetes, it does mean that the right type of cinnamon has the potential to do so.
Source: | This article first appeared on Express.co.uk