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So all around vitamin E can offer some great benefits against heart disease. It has been known for some time that vitamin E can boost the immune system. The antioxidant effects of vitamin E help the immune reaction, but in addition vitamin E works to protect cell membranes against being penetrated by attacking microbes. The idea that vitamin E might help prevent cancer came from observations that people with cancer often have low levels of vitamin E. So the question that needs answering is - does one cause the other? Do low levels of vitamin E make people more likely to develop cancer, or does having cancer cause your levels of vitamin E to drop?
Cinnamon has Anti-Inflammatory properties Cinnamon has anti-inflammatory properties. It helps the body to fight against the infections and repairs the tissue damage. However, inflammation can become a problem when it is chronic and is directed against the own tissues of the body. Cinnamon can be useful in this regard, because many researches show that the antioxidants in it have a highly potent anti-inflammatory activity. Its consumption can reduce both systemic and specific inflammation.
According to a particular study, Cinnamon extract helps us to fight both fungal and bacterial infections. Don’t forget that many people have proven its effect to deal with diabetes. It may reduce the LDL cholesterol in our blood, especially those with type 2 diabetes. Also, we can take benefit from the supplement to overcome Alzheimer’s disease even HIV. There’s small evidence that the supplement will be effective to treat HIV.
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