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Transcript: where did cinnamon come from? Cinnamon is from Ceylon - today’s Sri Lanka - and is harvested from a tall tree, although Arabian traders used to say it was gathered only from nests of the phoenix bird in marshes guarded by winged serpents and bats. They told the tale to keep rivals from competing in the spice’s trade. things we use cinnamon for The cinnamon spice flavors everything from breakfast cereal to toothpaste. However, cinnamon also has been touted by alternative medicine practitioners for its medicinal properties, particularly when the oil is used.Cinnamon may relieve rheumatic pain and muscle spasms. It’s warming and can stimulate both physically and emotionally - it was once known as an aphrodisiac. The spice’s oil is used in aromatherapy to relieve headaches and menstrual cramps and to reduce irritability and drowsy what does cinnamon taste like???? cinnamon is kinda spicy, bitter and sweet Spicy alone, but sweet if you combine it with the right things, like oatmeal cinnamon the end why do people take cinnamon Some research has found that a particular type of cinnamon, cassia cinnamon, may lower blood sugar in people with diabetes. However, other studies have not found a benefit. Studies of cinnamon for lowering cholesterol and treating yeast infections in people with HIV have been inconclusive. Lab studies have found that cinnamon may reduce inflammation, have antioxidant effects, and fight bacteria. But it’s unclear what the implications are for people. For now, studies have been mixed, and it’s unclear what role cinnamon may play in improving health.


Transcript: Macronutrients Cinnamon in Cuisine Macronutrients are the types of fats, proteins, and carbohydrates that our body requires in large amounts. They are a combination of the essential nutrients that supply energy to the body, needed for growth, maintenance and activity. Cinnamon comes from the inner bark of two different species of trees Cinnamomum cassia is stronger in taste and darker in colour- most commonly used in Canada and the United States Cinnamomum zeylanicum is the sweeter and much lighter version- believed to be the true cinnamon Grown in Sir Lanka, South India, China and Vietnam Origin Micronutrients Cinnamon Accessibility By: Samantha Ruberto What do these nutrients do for your body? Native land for Cinnamon Cinnamon is a popular spice used all over the world It is distinctive in both smell and taste Depending on what part of the world you are in, cinnamon is used in very different ways Most known to Americans is in sweets and baked goods such as pies, cakes, and cookies 2 teaspoons of cinnamon has half the daily recommended serving of manganese 2 teaspoons also has 10% of the recommended daily serving of iron 2 teaspoons contains 10% of the recommended serving of dietary fiber to be consumed daily A teaspoon of cinnamon has 2 grams of carbohydrates in it 1.4 grams of fibre included in the carbohydrates 4% men and 6% female daily reccomended fiber intake Micronutrients are the vitamins and minerals that the body only requires in small amounts. They are still a very important part of your daily diet, essential to proper body functioning. Cinnamon grows in Sir Lanka and Southeast Asia primarily Can also be found in China and Vietnam Use dates back to 2800 BC in Sir Lanka Was believed to be a remedy that could cure common illnesses Cinnamon Carbohydrates are the body's main source of energy Cinnamon has high dietary fibers which fall under the sub category of carbohydrates called complex carbohydrates Zero trans fat and 1% saturated fat in 100mg of cinnamon Manganese can help the body utilize other important nutrients Iron is an essential nutrient to the body that helps in the production of red blood cells Available at most grocery stores and superstores 10 oz jar for about $4.00 at Costco $4.49 for 1 lbs bag of cinnamon sticks

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