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Cinnamon Gummies - 90 Count

Sugar Free Ceylon Cinnamon Gummies 2000mg- Made in USA, Vegan, Naturally Flavored, 90 Count
Our naturally flavored and sugar-free 2000 mg Ceylon Cinnamon gummies are the best value for your money with a 90 count bottle. This gummy is sugar free, vegan, and gluten free. With added Chromium and Cinnamon Bark to reduce sugar cravings. No need to choke down cinnamon capsules, these gummies have a delicious flavor. Ceylon cinnamon is superior to typical "cassia" cinnamon in that it is gentler on the digestive system. This supplement helps to reduce sugar cravings and improve energy. They are also great for curbing appetite, and improving metabolism. Cinnamon is a natural antioxidant with powerful anti-inflammatory properties and support for cardiovascular health. Made in the USA under the strictest standards. Flamingo Supplements has been selling fruit based gummies since 2014, a brand you can trust.
  • $23.99
  • Naturally flavored, sugar-free 2000 mg Ceylon Cinnamon gummies. We use sugar alcohol to sweeten our gummies which not absorbed like ordinary sugar. A great snack!
  • We added Chromium & Cinnamon Bark to reduce sugar cravings!
  • Joint support benefits from the anti-inflammatory properties of Ceylon cinnamon bark.
  • Made in USA following to the strictest cGMP standards to ensure quality, safety, and label accuracy. Patients should always speak with a healthcare provider before starting a new dietary regimen, which includes vitamins and supplements. Consult your primary care physician who is familiar with your medical history and can suggest supplements to take or to stay away from.
Take 2 Gummies 1-2 times a day or as directed by your healthcare professional. Do not exceed 8 gummies a day.
Maltitol, Isomalt, Pectin, Citric Acid, Sodium Citrate, Natural Apple Flavor, Vegetable Oil, and Purple Carrot Concentrate

What are the benefits of taking Ceylon cinnamon?

Ceylon cinnamon, often referred to as "true cinnamon," is known for several potential health benefits, including:

  1. Blood Sugar Regulation: It may help lower blood sugar levels and improve insulin sensitivity, making it beneficial for individuals with type 2 diabetes.
  2. Anti-inflammatory Properties: Contains antioxidants that can reduce inflammation in the body.
  3. Antimicrobial Effects: Has natural antimicrobial properties that may help fight infections and bacteria.
  4. Heart Health: May contribute to improved heart health by lowering cholesterol and triglyceride levels.
  5. Digestive Health: Can aid digestion and alleviate gastrointestinal discomfort.

Is Ceylon cinnamon hard on the liver?

Ceylon cinnamon is generally considered safe for the liver when taken in moderate amounts. Unlike Cassia cinnamon, which contains high levels of coumarin (a compound that can be harmful to the liver in large doses), Ceylon cinnamon contains much lower levels of coumarin. However, excessive consumption of any form of cinnamon could potentially lead to liver damage, so it is important to use it in moderation.

Who should not use Ceylon cinnamon?

While Ceylon cinnamon is generally safe for most people, certain individuals should exercise caution or avoid it:

  1. Pregnant and Breastfeeding Women: There is limited research on the safety of Ceylon cinnamon during pregnancy and breastfeeding, so it's best to consult a healthcare provider.
  2. Individuals with Liver Disease: Even though Ceylon cinnamon has low coumarin levels, those with existing liver conditions should consult a doctor before use.
  3. People with Allergies: Those who are allergic to cinnamon or related spices should avoid it.
  4. Individuals on Blood-Thinning Medications: Cinnamon can have blood-thinning effects, so those taking anticoagulants should consult a healthcare provider to avoid potential interactions.

How much Ceylon cinnamon should I take daily for blood sugar?

There is no universally established dosage for Ceylon cinnamon specifically for blood sugar control, but some studies suggest that taking 1 to 6 grams per day (approximately 1/4 to 1 1/2 teaspoons) can be beneficial for blood sugar management.