Cinnamon The Nice Spice
Cinnamon They say, “sugar and spice, but not everything is nice” except cinnamon. It’s really nice. There are no sweetners in mud and we say that ...
They say, “sugar and spice, but not everything is nice” except cinnamon. It’s really nice. There are no sweetners in mud and we say that with pride. Although we did add cinnamon for the flavor and sweetening properties. But as you have probably read by now, we don’t just add things for taste. Cinnamon has been used for thousands of years for its health benefits in regulating blood sugar, its antioxidant properties, and its ability to lower blood pressure.
Intermittent fasting has become very common and it has shown to have great benefits. A lot of us at mud do intermittent fasting. Fasting can cause your blood sugar to spike. Cinnamon when used in studies showed that it had significant results in reducing fasting blood sugar. Controlling these spikes can maintain your energy levels while fasting. It does this by increasing insulin sensitivity. Which allows the hormone to do what it needs to do. The blood sugar regulating component works so well in cinnamon that has been shown in type 2 diabetics to lower serum glucose, triglycerides, and LDL cholesterol. Lowering all kinds of health risks in diabetic patients.
The benefits of mud adding cinnamon was that although it is acting as a “sweetener” it has anti cancer effects unlike sugary sweeteners, which are now being linked to cancer. Cinnamon has a powerful effect on cancer cells. The spice stops and reduces the growth of cancer cells and the formation of blood cells in tumors. It even seems to be toxic to cancer cells because of how it causes cell death.
So as you can tell we didn’t just put cinnamon in MUD\WTR for the taste. We wanted it to benefit you while making it a bit sweeter. We could have just thrown sugar in to sweeten mud up, but that wouldn’t be nice.