Concerned About Your Liver From Your Cycle? Try This…

Concerned About Your Liver From Your Cycle? Try This…

Regulating blood sugar levels is a primary goal for preventing (or reversing) non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, and it appears cinnamon has the abilities to regulate blood sugar levels.


A latest study has shown this remarkable spice can improve the following conditions:

  • Elevated liver enzymes
  • Elevated blood fats
  • Elevated C-reactive protein (a marker of inflammation)
  • Insulin resistance (syndrome X)

This is some great news to the many westerners who suffer from having a fatty liver, if fatty liver disease is left untreated it raises the risk of type 2 diabetes, cirrhosis of the liver and liver cancer. Fatty liver disease is the most widespread cause of liver disease in the world.


It seems the two biggest causes behind fatty liver are insulin resistance and oxidative stress, with insulin stimulating the liver to produce large quantities of fat which then accumulate in the liver. Damage to liver from within by free radicals causes oxidative stress, this then leads to further inflammation within the body. However, cinnamon has an ace card.


Cinnamon can help to make your body more sensitive to insulin; hence you won’t need to secrete as much insulin. This can improve a fatty liver and encourage weight loss from the torso. The antioxidants in cinnamon can also help to reduce inflammation in the body, thereby reducing free radical damage.

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