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I would like to share that cinnamon is really good for you put it in porridge in the morning x
Living with type 1 diabetes since 2004.
Tel Aviv, ISR
I would like to add that these supposed remedies for diabetes are largely bogus and probably dangerous. If you have type 1 diabetes you need insulin. End of story.
High Wycombe, GBR
You are wright****but cinnamon dose help to bring down my blood sugars and takes away wanting to have sugar x
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