I've heard that Cinnamon, along with dosage of Chrominum Pecolinate helps lowers blood sugar... Type 2 Diabetic take these, along with his medication and not have any side effects? I would like my husband to try this to see if it works
Type 2 diabetes- Is it safe with my meds to take Cinnamon and Chromium to help lower blood-sugar?
Question posted by TutTut on 2 Sep 2012
Last updated on 14 September 2019 by Bearadise
Not sure but would like to know as im diabetic
Cinnamon is fine to use with toast, etc. the thing is, generally we use it with carbsand sugar. Not good. Some cooking of savories uses it for seasoning as well. What you need is a lot of cinnamon. More than I could eat in a day, that is for sure.
I looked into it too. there is supposed to be a supplement, but I don't know where it is coming from and out of country stuff has lots of potential problems and dangers. His best bet is to stay in control of his carb balance and get the right amount of protein. Eating what he should and careful of overeating.
Have no idea if this would be harmful but check with his physician. You don't mention other meds nor conditions, so it would be hard to say. Let me know what your doc says. Curious about that. :-).
It does lower it, however not very much. I would not try it with diabetic meds without talking to my doc.
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