Title: Is it safe to eat cinnamon during pregnancy?
Cinnamon is safe during pregnancy if taken in normal amounts of food, for example, as a flavoring or flavoring. It is best to avoid supplements and candies loaded with cinnamon. Since cinnamon reduces blood glucose and prevents blood clotting, pregnant women who take diabetes medications and blood thinners should be careful, especially during or after surgery. Since it also stimulates menstrual flow, large amounts can induce a miscarriage. Other risks are allergy and reactions to medications.
The US Department of Health and Human Services UU It suggests that adults limit their cinnamon intake to 5 grams per day. The suggested acceptable range of 2 to 5 grams belongs to normal healthy adults who are not pregnant. Currently, not enough is known about the specific impact of cinnamon in pregnant and lactating women; therefore, there is no specific guide for this group.
One reason why it is better to avoid cinnamon in large quantities is its impact on blood sugar levels. It has been seen that taking between 1 and 6 grams of cinnamon a day can reduce the average fasting serum glucose levels in diabetics in just 40 days.
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