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Cinnamon is a popular spice that most people have in their kitchen cupboard. They use it in baked goods and on top of hot drinks, but this seasoning — which people have used since Ancient Egypt — has a host of health benefits in addition to its delicious flavor.

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1. Rich in Antioxidants

Cinnamon is a powerful antioxidant. In fact, it contains more antioxidants than garlic and oregano. These substances shield the body from free radicals that cause oxidative stress, which occurs when the body cannot detoxify all the damaging free radicals building up. Antioxidants can help prevent the negative impact excess free radicals can have on the immune system.

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