Equivalent to 500mg of Cinnamomun zeylanicum L.
Numerous studies suggest that cinnamon (cinnamon bark), around 1 g/day, helps regulate blood glucose levels.
Stable levels of the glycemic index decrease anxiety about food.
Fibers - especially the beta-glucans of oats and rye, pectins and resistant starch - as well as artificial sweeteners, help slow down the increase in blood glucose after meals.
The diet that suits a diabetic person is the same as that recommended to a person who wants to prevent the metabolic syndrome. It is advisable not to have excess weight and even less obesity. Physical exercise is useful in this regard, although if it is very intense blood glucose levels should be controlled.
Chromium and cinnamon contribute to the maintenance of normal blood glucose levels.
DHA (250mg/day) contributes to the maintenance of normal brain function and vision.
DHA and EPA (250mg/day) contribute to the normal function of heart.