I purchased CinSulin (daily suplement) at Costco. It's supposed to help use glucose efficiently. I have type 2 diabetes. Has anybody tried this product or know anything about it? Please share.
I use a different Cinnamon product, 1,500-2,000 mg a day. They are Spring Valley 500 mg capsules. I take one before lunch, sometimes one after, one before dinner and one after. It has made a noticable difference with my ability to control my diabetes.
There are tons of articles on how Cinnamon helps type 2 diabetics control blood sugar by causing the receptors to accept the insulin our bodies are producing.
CinSulin is a water soluble form of Cinnamon that is supposed to work even more efficiently than the form I am taking. I plan on trying it out once I run out of my Spring Valley.[/QUO
thanks for responding. I will continue to use it. let me know how well it works for you once you get it.
I, too, purchased CinSulin from Costco. For me, it's a MIRACLE remedy. It brought down my fbg by about 20 points, give or take a few. So now my usual fbg is about 77 to 91 (on bad days). I have to REALLY eat high carb to bring it over 100. (Like a large plate full of Fetuccine Alfredo or Beef Chow Fun.) Even then, it's only a couple of points over 100. I do avoid this but I tried each one once just to see what would happen. But I can eat those foods in moderation and I thought I would never taste them again.I purchased CinSulin (daily suplement) at Costco. It's supposed to help use glucose efficiently. I have type 2 diabetes. Has anybody tried this product or know anything about it? Please share.
Ground cinnamon has 2g of digestible carbs per tablespoon. A tablespoon is quite a lot of cinnamon.Ok, important question (to me anyway), cinnamon has a lot of carbs. How many are in each pill?