WHF Best Choice Cinnamon

WHF Best Choice Cinnamon
WHF Best Choice Cinnamon
Brand: White Haven Farm
Product Code: WHF BC Cinnamon
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Cinnamon - The FUNCTIONAL FOOD

Cinnamon Supports Healthy Blood Glucose Balance in All Horses

Equine Insulin Resistance is the #1 Fastest Growing Cause of Laminitis in the World

The Cinnamon you purchase in the grocery store is usually a "C" grade. The key difference between WHF Best Choice Natural Cinnamon and the grocery store Cinnamon is our product is GROUND FRESH and can be stored for long periods of time. Grocery store Cinnamon is already a year old and made from the twig/limbs of the Cinnamon tree, the most inexpensive section with little to no nutrient value.

Excerpts from research Cinnamon (Cinnamomum spp.) Cinnamon is among the world's most frequently consumed spices. Current research suggests that this much-loved spice may have a beneficial impact on our health, as well as on our palates.

A compound in cinnamon bark-methylhydroxy chalcone polymer (MHCP)-has been shown to increase glucose metabolism (the process in which cells convert glucose to energy) roughly twenty-fold in a laboratory test conducted by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). Researchers tested approximately fifty plant extracts and found that none of them came close to MHCP's level of affecting glucose metabolism. What's more, MHCP prevented the formation of oxygen radicals in a blood platelet test, proving it to be a valuable antioxidant.

Cinnamon: The Spice That Cuts Cholesterol and Blood Sugar - Yummy cinnamon remedy

From the almost-too-good-to-be-true department: A dash of cinnamon could significantly lower your cholesterol, triglycerides, and blood sugar.

When 30 women and men with type 2 diabetes added a sprinkle to their meals, blood sugar and heart-damaging blood fats (total cholesterol and triglycerides) fell 12 to 30% in just 40 days, say researchers at the USDA's Beltsville Human Nutrition Research Center in Maryland.

Cinnamon makes muscle and liver cells more sensitive to signals from insulin, an important blood-sugar-controlling hormone, says study author Richard Anderson, PhD. Have a little (about 1/6 teaspoon) at breakfast, lunch, and dinner, for a daily total of about 1/2 teaspoon, he recommends. Since cinnamon may reduce your need for diabetes or cholesterol medication, ask your doctor if you need to adjust your dose.

Nutritional Supplements Helpful for Diabetics Cinnamon -

According to USDA research, cinnamon helps to control blood sugar levels. Ground Cinnamon-the spice, not the flavoring-helps stimulate the production of glucose-burning enzymes and boosts insulin's effectiveness. In one study, cinnamon made insulin 20 times more capable of breaking down blood sugars. Cinnamon has been used for centuries, with references in ancient Greek and Latin writings.

Dose
Ponies ½ to 1 scoop
Horses up to 1,000lbs. 1 to 1 ½ scoops
Over 1,000 lbs. 1 ½ to 2 scoops
Note 1 scoop (included) equals 4 teaspoons = 9.04 grams

Sizes/Supply 
5lb 250 day supply for 1 horse 
10lb 500 day supply for 1 horse 
20lb 1,000 day supply for 1 horse

Some nutritionists advocate cinnamon in the feed based on four teaspoons per 1,000-lb horse daily. Cinnamon has been shown to be of value for humans with Type 2 diabetes, so it speculated that it could also benefit insulin-resistant horses.

These testimonials are presented for informational purposes only and are not intended as an endorsement of any product.

The information is not intended to be a substitute for visits to your local veterinarian. Rather, the testimonials offer the reader information written by horse owners and/or veterinarians concerning animal health and products that have shown results.

These testimonials are presented for informational purposes only and are not intended as an endorsement of any product.

The information is not intended to be a substitute for visits to your local veterinarian. Rather, the testimonials offer the reader information written by horse owners and/or veterinarians concerning animal health and products that have shown results.

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