Cinnamon Benefits for Insulin Resistance & Diabetes – Dr.Berg

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Dr. Berg talks about cinnamon, all the amazing functions.
Cinnamon potentiates insulin, which improves insulin resistance (pre-diabetes). You can use this to lower your blood sugars and even reduce cravings. It has a very high ORAC value (anti-oxidant score). Definitely use cinnamon to improve insulin resistance (prediabetes) and diabetes.



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Dr. Berg, age 56, is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of the best-selling book The Healthy Keto Plan, and is the Director of Dr. Berg’s Nutritionals. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.


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  1. Angie Sullens

    First time and only time I can say you were wrong Berg all cinemas are not created equal please clarify what type of cinnamon how to get it where to source the best kind And how much to take what do I take it with

  2. Angie Sullens

    I heard the cheapie one can hurt your liver is that true

  3. Emir❄

    Why I get kidney pain after taking cinnamon

  4. Deep Within

    How to eat it ?the way to consume

  5. Nikos Antikythera

    Thanks, Dr. Berg. Always great information and advice. 🙂

  6. Coding for the Soul

    All of the sources when clicked on threw a 404 – Page Not Found.

  7. KillEmAll Mf77

    Does cinnamon trigger insulin? Or break a fast if I add it to my green tea? 😱😱

  8. Saurabh Kesharwani

    Nice & quick! 👍🏼
    (From India).

  9. Jake Rockwell

    Thanks for this…I thought the pronunciation is "saylon" –as in the country.

  10. mike stubbs

    Fine…but today I found Dutch Cinnamon in Woolworths!! Is that a good type I wonder? I don't believe one can judge this stuff by price, eh?! Anybody know about the quality of this Dutch type please?! Thanks!

  11. cetin metin

    Cinnamon is the protective outer bark of the tree.
    So cinnamon is the armor of the tree.
    Cinnamon is the part of the trunk that keeps the tree standing.
    Cinnamon can protect your health like armor.
    Cinnamon can protect your skin from aging.
    Cinnamon can strengthen the bones that hold you up.
    The effect of thick-skinned cinnamon may be stronger.
    Just like a thick armor.
    But carrying thick armor can be difficult.
    It may be safer to drink cinnamon with milk.
    Cinnamon can be eaten with raw honey.

  12. Sophia March

    Dr.Berg ,I think you’ve got it wrong this time Ceylon cinnamon is the best.

  13. AsItIsWritten

    How much Cinnamon is too much Cinnamon?

  14. Bazán 04

    But doesn't Cassia harms your kidneys in large amounts?

    I would definitely go Ceylon.

  15. Najah Fahmi

    Thank you doctor Berg
    Actually I saw this video but I thought it's not good while keto coz it's sweet!!
    And I want to say that i was a diabetes person for 6 years, but because I was drinking cinnamon tea mixt with other spices I don't have diabetes any more.
    BTW… I didn't say the other spices coz I am not sure if I am alluded to do that or not, coz it might be not suitable for other people who have different sickness and they will be effected if they drink it.

  16. Progressive101

    I would ask what's up with all the bad things out there about cassia which I stoped taking, but responding to comments doesn't seem to be one of his habits. Still good info though

  17. Tharindu Nupehewa

    I agree with you almost everytime except this one. Ceylon cinnmon is the real and healthy one. I dont know how you recommend oposite while advicing to have organic vegetables, grass feaded beaf and pasturized eggs🤔🤔

  18. Max Furrier

    Excellent video! Thank you very much for the accurate and science-based information. It's great to have a channel that doesn't try to sell us anything. I buy Ceylon cinnamon and I encapsulate it myself. My blood sugar drops a lot when I take 1g with a meal. I'm looking forward to watching a video about Berberine.

  19. mike stubbs

    here in Oz I've located the Burmanii and Caissa varieties, plus one called 'Dutch'! Not sure if they're as good as the Ceylon type?! Don't seem to have it here as I've not located it?!?

  20. Student Marketing Video Production

    Do you know if there is a USP or NSF certified supplier of Ceylon Cinnamon?

  21. Peter C Lalchhuanmawia

    cinnamon = thakthîng

  22. Carolyn Gordon

    Great topic. I did not know there were two different types of cinnamon, but I have read it is helpful. I read sprinkling a little cinnamon on freshly, chopped pineapple is a healthier substitute for a sweeter treat.

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