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ozbuc | Sep 20, 200709:23 AM     20

I was recently diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and through a little research I have been reading about some positive effects that cinnamon has on type 2 diabetes. I have been adding cinnamon to my diet as much as makes flavor sense to me but I have a question about Iced tea and coffee. When I add cinnamon to my tea and coffee it just goes to the bottom and sits there in a glop no matter how much I stir or shake. Is there a way to dissolve cinnamon without adding fats or other items that would be inadvisable for a diabetic?
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