One Weird Amazing Fat-Fighting Spice

One Weird Amazing Fat-Fighting Spice

If you want to lose body fat as quickly and safely as possible, you may be searching for new information to help achieve your goal.

You may be reading about foods that help raise your metabolism, boost your energy, and burn more fat, or maybe you are learning more about the proper way to exercise.

Today we are going to discuss a spice that is often overlooked in most diets and can add great benefit for fighting fat.

What’s the spice?

Cinnamon.

That sweet spice you sprinkle onto oatmeal, into muffins, or even into your coffee, can help you burn fat faster than ever before.

Let me explain why.

Blood Sugar Control

In order to burn belly fat as quickly as possible it is crucial that you control your blood sugar levels. Each time you have a blood sugar spike followed by a crash, you can almost always assume you have just accumulated some additional body fat.

This is because as your blood glucose level spikes your pancreas releases a high dose of insulin into your system, which will then remove all the extra glucose and push it into storage – fat storage, that is.

Cinnamon, however, helps reduce the blood glucose spike you get from food.

This in turn helps avoid an insulin rush.

Translation?

Less risk of fat gain.

Improved Insulin Sensitivity

Another way cinnamon helps you control your body fat is through improved insulin sensitivity?

What does this mean?
Those who have improved insulin sensitivity are more likely to absorb extra glucose found in the blood and move it into muscle cells, resulting in lean muscle mass building.

This happens instead of pushing glucose into body fat storage.  More lean muscle mass and less body fat translates into a lower body composition.

Lean muscle mass acts as a calorie burning powerhouse that will help control weight gain.

If your body has become insulin resistant, which can occur when you go through enough spike-crash cycles described above, then when insulin is released, your body isn’t as responsive.

This forces your pancreas to release more and more insulin to remove the glucose.

This is basically a one-way street to developing diabetes.

Antioxidant Superpower

Cinnamon is also an antioxidant super power which helps you feel your best on a day to day basis.  Your body is constantly under attack by free radicals that can cause cellular oxidation leaving you feeling lethargic and unhealthy.

Unless you eat enough antioxidant rich foods and spices every day, oxidation can eventually take its toll and lead to serious disease over time.

Think of cinnamon of an extra safeguard to prevent this.

Antibacterial Properties

Cinnamon may also add antibacterial properties in the body, which can help to keep your digestive system healthy.

This can assist in maximizing the energy extracted from your meals and reduce fatigue and control your appetite.

So there you have the benefits of cinnamon.

Be sure to start adding it to your diet on a regular basis.



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