Cinnamon: Health Benefits in Your Food!

  • on February 10, 2016

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There is more to the Cinnamon that its amazing scent that speaks of Christmas, and its remarkable food fragrance. Cinnamon is an Anti-Oxidant, Antiseptic, Anti-Inflammatory, a Weight-Loss Catalyst, and a Metabolism Booster, among many other valuable medicinal properties.

Cinnamon takes a rightful place among the all-time home remedies, whether alone or in conjunction with other natural ingredients.

Cinnamon Health Benefits in beef shawarmaYou might know the Cinnamon as a flavoring spice for desserts. However, the Lebanese Cuisine uses it a lot, specially in its meat dishes.

Among our food using Cinnamon, you find the Stuffed Meatloaf, the Kibbeh meat in all its versions, the Eggplant Sheikh El-Mehshi, the Burghul Stuffed Tomatoes, the Beef Shawarma, and the Chicken Spinach Rolls, among many others.



Treats Cardiovascular Diseases
Regulates Blood Sugar Levels
Aids Digestion
Lowers LDL Cholesterol & Triglycerides
Cinnamon Tea Health Benefits

Cinnamon Tea

Relieves Sinus Congestion
Relieves Joint Pains
Treats Type-2 Diabetes
Fights Cancer
Reduces Irritable Bowel Syndrome, especially bloating, by killing bacteria and healing GI infections.


Cinnamon in the Sahlab Hot Dessert EasyLebaneseRecipes

Our Sahlab: Hot & Sweet Breakfast

Instant Mouth Freshener
Treats Acne
Relieves Muscles Stiffness
Soothes Down Menstruation Cramps 
Powerful Stomach Bug/Flu Anti-Bacterial  
Reduces Inflammation and Arthritis Pains 
Promotes Weight Loss 
Prevents Tooth Decay and Gum Diseases
Improves Blood Circulation
Promotes Alertness, and Enhances Memory & Cognitive Development 
Cinnamon in Spinach Stuffed Chicken Rolls

Cinnamon in our Spinach Stuffed Chicken Rolls Recipe

Treats Candida Yeast Infections  
Reduces Irritability
Enhances Mood
Treats PMS and Depression 
Cinnamom in Sayediyeh Fish n' Rice

Cinnamon in our Sayediyeh Fish n’ Rice Recipe



Disclaimer: The information contained in these topics is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice or to be used for medical diagnosis or treatment. Talk with your doctor or healthcare provider about any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

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