Many Type II diabetics have already found a new feeling of well-being and improvement in health by using this simple cinnamon supplementation in their diet. It is likely that even non-diabetics will benefit from this common and cheaply spice, if used as a daily energizing tonic.
Furthermore, cinnamon is a rich source of magnesium, which is essential for maintaining bone density, electrolyte balance, certain enzyme functions and many other crucial biochemical processes. Cinnamon not only provides a readily available source of MHCP and magnesium, but also other possibly beneficial substances.
In addition, cinnamon can be bought inexpensively in a convenient powdered form at almost any food shop and taking it couldn't be easier: just use up to a teaspoon a day in milkshakes or fruit juice.
Even if cinnamon is a very cost-effective way of offsetting future health problems related to glucose/insulin imbalances (diabetes), the doctor should be told before taking, as it may affect other medication requirements.