Natural solution for healthy blood sugar levels

  • Contributes to normal glucose and insulin metabolism
  • Contributes to the digestive comfort
  • Ceylon Cinnamon with low coumarin content

Cinnamon has powerful effects on metabolism thanks to its high amount of antioxidants such as polyphenols.


Cinnamon is well-known since Antiquity. It is the inner bark of a tropical evergreen tree which is native to Sri Lanka. Shoots are stripped of their bark. Dried bark curls and rolls into quills. Its fragrant flavor is very appreciated.

Valued as gold in ancient times, cinnamon is today a well-loved spice that adds a special aromatic flavor in cooking and offers recognized health-giving benefits.

Gently extracted with water, Nexira Cinnamon extract guarantees a standardized content in PACs and Polyphenols.

Traditionally used for digestive disorders, this super spice is also appreciated for the specific use of glucose and insulin metabolism regulation.

Effects on blood glucose have been demonstrated in animal models : reduction of Fasting Blood Glucose and glycated hemoglobin index HbA1c, and increase of insulin levels.

The mechanism of action by which it regulates blood glucose has been well studied; it seems that Cinnamon contains biologically active substances that act by insulin-mimetic properties, which enhances glucose uptake.

Nexira’s Cinnamon extract is ideal for glycaemia regulation and digestive health applications*, in capsules, stick packs or shot formats.

  • Suitable for vegetarian and vegan diets
  • Kosher Certified
  • Available with organic certification


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*ID 2013, ID 2014

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