• 2 months ago

    Ceylon Cinnamon

    I am a Type 2 Diabetic and I am also insulin dependent.

    I have been researching about starting to take Ceylon Cinnamon and I was wondering if anyone knows if it is safe to do this since I also take insulin?

    Thanks for any help, I appreciate it.

    JoJo

Responses

  • 2 months ago

    RE: Ceylon Cinnamon

    I take it, with my otal meds and did take it with insulin. I find it both safe and effectve for me. You should discuss this with your doctor and pharmacyst.
      • 2 months ago
        Thank you very much for your response. I will talk to my doctor about starting this.
  • 2 months ago

    RE: Ceylon Cinnamon

    Read the 3 star reviews for the product sold on Amazon for $18 on Amazon. You know damn sure, those reviews aren't "planted", there, by the supplement manufacturers.

    Plus, all the 4 star and 5 star reviews: What do you know about their diets and lifestyle? You don't think that those factors, along with exercise and drug use, may not have an effect on the outcomes they observe????

    The bottomline: If it worked, it would be the biggest story, medical or otherwise, since the discovery of penicillin! I turned on the TV this morning, I read the newspaper, I scanned reddit...nothing on cinnamon.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=da1vvigy5tQ&;t=110s
    This video has had 4 million "views". Why? Because, it talks about "insulin resistance", the root cause of Type 2 Diabetes.

    And, if that's a true statement, and everybody in America is slowly and gradually developing Type 2 Diabetes, then, that would suggest that we're exposing our bodies to TOO MUCH insulin to the point that we get fat (which I sure as hell can see what's happening to America), we are developing high blood pressure and high cholesterol issue (again, who denies this????) and, now, for the first time in human development and evolution, suddenly, we have a diabetes "epidemic"?

    Why? Is it because we haven't been getting enough Ceylon Cinnamon in our diet, is that our problem?


    According to the American Diabetes Association, we should give people who are "insulin resistant" MORE insulin.

    Isn't a drunk a person whose developed a "resistance" to alcohol. So, if the ADA had their way, we should give drunks more alcohol to make them better!

    Watch the video...please. I reversed my Type 2 Diabetes by changing my diet and lifestyle. I haven't had an A1C higher than 5.5 in the last 12 years. I stopped getting my blood tested 3 years ago. I know the symptomatology of "insulin resistance", backwards and forwards. I aint resistant, so, what's the point?
      • 2 months ago
        Thank you very much for your response. I did watch the video and also shared it to all my friends and family. Congrats on all your success also. I am going to start this immediately.