Cinnamon Ice Cream.
Antibacterial, Antiseptic, increases the immune system
The therapeutic properties of cinnamon are many and already known in Ancient Egypt and by the Romans. It is a powerful natural antioxidant, it stimulates blood circulation and helps fight cholesterol. It has antibacterial (exploited in Ancient Egypt for the embalming of the dead), antiseptic, stimulant and digestive properties.
A particular polyphenol ally in the treatment of diabetes 2
According to recent studies it would seem useful for those suffering from type 2 diabetes due to the presence of a particular polyphenol which would have an action similar to that of insulin.
Cinnamon stimulates the immune system and is a good natural remedy for colds, flu, diarrhea, flatulence and dyspepsia due to the antimicrobial and astringent action.
Always present in traditional medicine
In Ayurvedic medicine and traditional Chinese medicine it is used for cold-related ailments (as it has a warming effect) and against menstrual pain.
Already in ancient Rome, cinnamon was presented as an aphrodisiac spice but it was in the sixteenth century that the sexual stimulating effect of this drug was sanctioned by several medical treatises. Cinnamon seems to fight nervous hunger, it is therefore a perfect condiment for those who follow slimming diets.
NUTRITIONAL PROPERTIES AND VALUES
100g to Cinnamon Icecream ONLY 237 KCAL
|of which sugars||2.17g|
table relative to 100g