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A sweet and savoury spice that can help protect your brain...

by , 13 February 2020
A sweet and savoury spice that can help protect your brain...
Alzheimer's develops from a buildup of protein plaque and tangles. This overabundance causes neurons to die which causes brain shut down.

But two compounds found in cinnamon help prevent the tangle development.

Discover the benefits of Cinnamaldehyde and Epicatechin...  

Cinnamaldehyde (the sweet smell of cinnamon) blocks oxidative stress and so keeps neurons functioning effectively.

Epicatechin is a powerful anti-oxidant which also prevents oxidative stress and stops free radicals from destroying neurons.

And that's not all cinnamon is good for...

A recent study, published in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition, found that cinnamon significantly reduces inflammation in people with rheumatoid arthritis.

And a review of previously published studies found that cinnamon decreases levels of fasting glucose, total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol and triglyceride levels. 

Why not start preserving your memory and restoring your health with cinnamon?

Find out below how to make delicious cinnamon tea!

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Sip on this delicious tea for good health...

To make the tea, heat 600ml water in a pan with a cinnamon stick until boiling. Turn the heat off and add black or green tea leaves (or bag) to the hot cinnamon water and leave to steep for 1-2 mins.

Remove the cinnamon stick and strain the tea into a teapot.

If you really can't stand the taste without a sweetener, add a little bit of honey to the tea after pouring into a tea cup.

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