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Yes! Unlike other brands that use less expensive Cassia as a filler, we use only certified organic Ceylon cinnamon. It is certified organic by the UDAF.
We use a vegetarian capsule made of pullulan, making our product vegetarian and vegan friendly and safe for people with an allergy to gelatin.
As celiac diagnoses increase in the United States, and the number of people with non-celiac gluten sensitivity is also on the rise, checking hidden sources for gluten contamination is crucial. Vitamins and supplements are one of the largest areas of hidden gluten, which can wreak havoc on the health of a celiac patient. NutriRise Ceylon Cinnamon supplements are entirely gluten-free. They are also free of binders, fillers, or GMOs. The only ingredient is pure Ceylon cinnamon.
Our cinnamon is sustainably grown and harvested in Sri Lanka, producing the finest quality Ceylon cinnamon for the most health benefits. Not to be confused with Cassia cinnamon, Ceylon is also known as “true cinnamon” and has a lighter, sweeter flavor. It is also much safer in higher doses because Ceylon cinnamon contains 250 times LESS coumarin than Cassia cinnamon powder.
Ceylon Cinnamon contains a variety of natural compounds with strong therapeutic properties. It has an essential oil called cinnamaldehyde, prized by many with type 2 diabetes to improve insulin resistance and healthy glucose metabolism. It helps to lower blood glucose levels. It improves your body’s sensitivity to insulin, allowing it to use glucose more effectively for energy. It also contains cinnamic acid, which helps stimulate insulin production within the pancreas and improves pancreatic function. Finally, it contains eugenol and polyphenols. Eugenol is another essential oil that works as an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and neuroprotective agent, and it also helps to lower cholesterol. Flavonoids give cinnamon a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory punch!
Ceylon Cinnamon is clinically proven to help lower blood sugar, but it doesn’t work overnight. In one research study lasting 40 days, researchers found that it could lower blood sugar by 24%! Keep in mind that most research studies last one to three months, so plan to give your body at least this long to see the real effects. It takes some time to begin working. Don’t be disappointed if you don’t see results right away, and allow your body time to heal.
NutriRise Ceylon Cinnamon provides 1,800 mg per day of certified organic Ceylon Cinnamon. We recommend taking three capsules once per day before a meal. Our product offers three times more per serving for superior weight management, mood, and blood sugar support.
If you need to lose weight, you’ve come to the right place! Ceylon Cinnamon is clinically proven to help boost weight loss. It supports this in several ways. First, by regulating blood sugar levels, Ceylon Cinnamon helps lower insulin levels. Insulin is a hormone with the ability to shut down your fat-burning power. When insulin levels lower, your metabolism increases, allowing you to lose more weight, including belly fat.
Cinnamaldehyde, one of the main essential oils in Ceylon Cinnamon, is shown in research studies to have antiviral effects. In a 2016 study, it was used against several viruses. Researchers discovered that cinnamaldehyde did help reduce the viruses in their studies. Other studies have shown that compounds of Ceylon Cinnamon carry antibacterial and antifungal properties, also related mainly to its essential oils.
Ceylon Cinnamon does have anti-inflammatory properties. Several of the natural components of Ceylon Cinnamon impart these properties. One of these components is eugenol, an essential oil. According to a review published in the June 2017 edition of the Royal Society of Chemistry, eugenol has various beneficial properties, including being anti-inflammatory. Ceylon Cinnamon is also high in polyphenols and flavonoids (a type of polyphenol), which are also natural anti-inflammatory agents.

Definitely! Joint health and the subsequent pain from joint inflammation and degeneration are significant problems, especially as people age and cartilage begins to wear. Over 24 million adults limit their physical activities because their joint pain prohibits their ability to do the things they love. In all, over 54 million people suffer from arthritis pain. 

Cinnamon effectively helps to reduce joint pain by reducing inflammation. The flavonoids in cinnamon are responsible for their pain-relieving properties. A comparative study published in the March 2015 edition of Food & Function set out to determine whether Ceylon and cassia cinnamon were anti-inflammatory. Researchers found that cinnamaldehyde in higher concentrations effectively reduced inflammation in testing.

In the United States, someone dies of heart disease every 37 seconds. This equates to 647,000 deaths each year. Approximately 1 in every 4 deaths is due to heart disease. It is the leading cause of death in men and women and across all ethnic groups. These are more than just patients; these are mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, sons, and daughters. Families are forever changed with every death. 

An analysis of 10 research trials showed that cinnamon lowered total cholesterol by an average of 15.60 mg/dL. It lowered LDL cholesterol by 9.42 mg/dL and triglycerides by 29.59 mg/dL. They also found that it raised HDL levels by 1.66mg/dL.

Cinnamon has proven benefits to help lower blood glucose levels with tremendous benefits to individuals struggling with fluctuating blood sugar worldwide. A review of research studies published in the December 2012 edition of Diabetic Medicine investigated the effects of Ceylon cinnamon through in-vitro and animal studies. 

Researchers looked at 16 studies and found that it was effective at lowering blood glucose in these trials. The mechanism of action was through its ability to inhibit certain pancreatic enzymes, and it also stimulated an increase in glucose uptake by the cells. The trials also demonstrated efficacy in increasing healthy glucose metabolism and stimulating glycogen synthesis. Researchers also found that cinnamon inhibited gluconeogenesis while also improving the cells' sensitivity to insulin. The animal studies showed a positive effect on diabetes by increasing weight loss, lowering LDL cholesterol, and raising HDL cholesterol. They also experienced a decrease in fasting blood glucose and decreased hemoglobin A1C.

Yes! In addition to several essential oils and polyphenols, Ceylon Cinnamon is also a reliable source of vitamins and minerals. Here is a complete nutritional breakdown:

  • Protein 3.99 g
  • Fat 1.24 g
  • Carbohydrates 80.59 g
  • Fiber 53.1 g
  • Calcium 1002 mg
  • Iron 8.32 mg
  • Magnesium 60 mg
  • Phosphorus 64 mg
  • Potassium 431 mg
  • Sodium 10 mg
  • Zinc 1.83 mg
  • Manganese 17.46 mg
  • Vitamin A 295 IU
  • Vitamin E 2.32 mg
  • Vitamin K 31.2 mcg

People throughout history used cinnamon for a variety of reasons, from flavoring food to medicinal purposes. Other uses of cinnamon include: 

  • Toothaches and bad breath
  • Promote overall health and wellbeing
  • Improve memory and general cognitive function
  • Support clearer skin 
  • Stops bleeding and promote wound healing
  • Relieves morning sickness
  • Helps with respiratory illnesses such as colds and flu
  • Relieves menstrual pain
  • Reduces oxidative stress 
  • Diuretic
  • Increases sexual desire

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