Does Cinnamon Cure Diabetes?

As of 2015, more research is needed to determine whether or not cinnamon has an effect on diabetes, according to Mayo Clinic. Anyone considering taking cinnamon for diabetes should first talk to a doctor before beginning any supplement plan.

Several 2009 studies suggest that cinnamon has a positive effect on glycemic control, according to Mayo Clinic. One study in particular showed that when taking 500 milligrams of cinnamon twice a day for 90 days, a group's average blood sugar level improved by 7 percent. Another study found that cinnamon lowered blood sugar levels by 24 percent, states WebMD. However, similar studies showed no such effects and research is still ongoing.