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Aspartame: By Far the Most Dangerous Substance Added to Most Foods Today

This is an article from 2011 but we are frequently getting asked about artificial sweetener. 

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Obesity Leads to Vitamin D Deficiency, Study Suggests

Feb. 5, 2013 - Obesity can lead to a lack of vitamin D circulating in the body, according to a study led by the UCL Institute of Child Health (ICH). Efforts to tackle obesity should thus also help to reduce levels of vitamin D deficiency in the population, says the lead investigator of the study, Dr Elina Hypponen.

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Male Obesity Can Impact Offspring's Cancer Risk

Maternal diet and weight can impact their child's health even before birth - but so can a father's, shows a study published in BioMed Central's open access journal  BMC Medicine. Hypomethylation of the gene coding for the Insulin-like growth factor 2, (IGF2),in newborns correlates to an increased risk of developing cancer later in life, and, for babies born to obese fathers, there is a decrease in the amount of DNA methylation of IGF2 in foetal cells isolated from cord blood. 

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The amazing benefits of Cinnamon


Prevention of diabetes

Studies have shown that Cinnamon can regulate blood sugar levels by increasing the body's sensitivity to insulin. Insulin resistance is the first step to diabetes (type 2).  Just one teaspoon a day can have the following beneficial effects:

Weight loss and reduction of cravings

Cinnamon is a delicious natural sweetener that helps curb cravings. The blood sugar balancing effect encourages healthy weight loss and can be used successfully for weight management as part of your SureSlim weight loss program.

Antioxidant and anti-aging

A teaspoon of cinnamon contains as much powerful antioxidant as half a cup of blueberries. By aiding in blood sugar regulation, it prevents sugar surges damaging our tissues and DNA. Combine this with its antioxidant effects and you can see why it can effectively aid in slowing down the aging process.

Antibacterial and immune boosting

Cinnamon has antimicrobial properties that can effectively treat or keep an infection at bay. It can be used to eradicate Candida infection in the intestines, as well as having antioxidant abilities to aid the immune system. Try adding it to hot honey and lemon for a powerful natural cold & flu remedy.

Digestive comfort

Cinnamon helps with the metabolism of fats, its anti-fungal properties help keep a healthy balance of gut flora in the intestines and can help relieve diarrhoea and nausea.

Have you had your cinnamon today?

To top it all off, cinnamon has been shown to have memory enhancing effects simply by smelling it! It also has the ability to boost peripheral circulation and has been hailed as an aphrodisiac! Have you had your teaspoon of cinnamon today?



Important note: cinnamon should not be used in high amounts during pregnancy. If you are on prescription medication for diabetes, consult  your doctor and health care practitioner before using large amounts of cinnamon. Never stop medication without the assistance of a health care professional.


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