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Posted by: Vusumuzi | 2010/04/29

cinnamon vs medication

I hear that cinnamon can help and prevent diabetes can one use both.

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At this point the data regarding cinnamon's efficacy in reducing glucose levels in patients with diabetes is inconsistent at best. Given the facts that hyperglycemia is a tissue toxic state and that safe and effective medications are available to reduce it, cinnamon cant be widely recommended at this time.

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Posted by: pharmacist | 2010/04/30

At this point the data regarding cinnamon's efficacy in reducing glucose levels in patients with diabetes is inconsistent at best. Given the facts that hyperglycemia is a tissue toxic state and that safe and effective medications are available to reduce it, cinnamon cant be widely recommended at this time.

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Posted by: John | 2010/04/29

Yes, but not cinnamon in you cupboard. Diabecinn
see webpage www diabecinn co za

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