I understand that the use of cinnamon before the taking of the beet juice will have a postive impact on the blood sugar impact of the beets as they are very sweet. Cinnamon is a known reducer of the glycaemic index of a meal.
At 4gms a meal i.e. 1 1/2 teaspsoons, it can reduce not only blood glucose but aslo LDL cholesterol and triglycerides.
However it is a VERY POTENT blood thinner and some cinnamon in Europe carries warnings because of this.
I have read that one shouldn't exceed more than 1 1/2 teasps a day because of the blood thinning issues and the Beet protocol requires more than this.
Has anyone any thoughts or experience with this? I think it's very important for those on blood thinning meds.
Love and blessings