Cinnamon intake improves dyslipidaemia particularly in PCOS patients

Cinnamon is a polyphenol-rich spice that might be the oldest known spice in the world and in ancient Egypt, it was more valuable than gold. Cinnamon is used in nearly every holiday treat during the winter and fall, but there are plenty of benefits to using cinnamon year-round. Science has confirmed the many health benefits associated with cinnamon use.

An umbrella meta-analysis has shown that cinnamon consumption improves dyslipidaemia in some metabolic disorders, particularly PCOS, and improves interleukin -6 and total antioxidant capacity (TAC). Dyslipidemia promotes atherosclerosis, a key risk factor for CVD (cardiovascular disease).

The research was published in Nutrition, Metabolism and Cardiovascular Diseases.

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Cinnamon Intake Improves Dyslipidaemia Particularly In PCOS Patients

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