❓How To Use Cinnamon To Support Healthy Cholesterol In 2024

"YES - I Want Healthy Cholesterol Levels"

I received an email yesterday from Rose and she asked:

“I heard that cinnamon is good for cholesterol. Is this true? If yes, what’s the best type and how much should I take?”

Most people associate using cinnamon with optimized blood sugar levels – and it’s very effective for that.

However, most people don’t know that cinnamon is also good for cholesterol levels.

And it does so indirectly, due to the direct cause of supporting healthy blood sugar.

This is because high blood sugar levels – mainly caused by sugars, fructose, and high glycemic index/load carbohydrates – decrease your “good” HDL cholesterol and also increase your fatty triglycerides.1

Best Type & Amount Of Cinnamon

In 2004, a randomized controlled trial2 tested 40 days of cinnamon (Cinnamomum cassia) in 1, 3, and 6-gram doses–that’s 1/5 teaspoon, 2/3 teaspoon, and 1.25 teaspoons.


In both the 3 and 6-gram doses, there was a drop in cholesterol and triglycerides after 40 days, by 23% to 30% respectively.

So there you have it – use about 1 big teaspoon daily of cinnamon (Cinnamomum cassia) and you’ll see an improvement in your cholesterol, triglycerides, and blood sugar levels.

Additionally, if you’re looking for a way to support healthy cholesterol without changing your diet or exercise, make sure you click the link below for a bonus video about the REAL cause of high cholesterol and a formula my parents have used to lower their cholesterol naturally, since 1999.

  1. http://www.kickthecan.info/sites/default/files/documents/JAMA%20The%20Journal%20of%20the%20American%20Medical%20Association%202010%20Welsh.pdf
  2. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14633804?dopt=Abstract
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