For the sense of wellbeing
Over the last few decades, a large number of bacteria have become resistant to antibiotics. This has led the World Health Organization to declare the crisis “one of the biggest threats to global health, food security, and development today.” Given its severity, researchers are continuously looking for alternative approaches to effectively tackling bacterial infections.
Aside from the use of cinnamon oil as a food flavoring, it can help to maintain a healthy metabolic function, control blood sugar, support cardiovascular health, as well as strengthen immunity. For individuals with cystic fibrosis, a buildup of bacteria within the lungs is a common occurrence and one that can have a drastic impact on lung function. While further research is necessary to determine the extent to which cinnamon can play a role in fighting or preventing bacterial infections; in the meantime, there is no downside to adding a spoonful to your morning coffee, smoothie, breakfast or snack.