As history puts it across, cinnamon was native to Sri Lanka, India, Myanmar and Bangladesh and it was transported to Egypt for embalming mummies.
Well now, this spice has a lot more to offer. Extracted from the inner barks of the trees, it is quite often used as a flavouring ingredient in cereals, drinks and baked items like cinnamon rolls.
Cinnamon is full of worthy nutrients like Vitamin A, B6, C, E and K. It falls on top of the list for protecting one’s body from free radicals when compared to many other spices and superfoods.
Including cinnamon regularly to your diet can keep several diseases at bay like heart diseases, neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s and also helps in preventing respiratory tract bacterial infections. This sweet spice can do wonders. One can try including it in their diet or other food items to make it healthy without compromising on the taste.