Fertility And The Benefits Of Cinnulin PF
Can Cinnulin PF Help You Get Pregnant?
Insulin resistance can cause a number of issues for women whether they’re trying to get pregnant or are already a few weeks along.
For many women, the root cause of their fertility issues is directly related to PCOS. Known as polycystic ovary syndrome, this condition is associated with increased insulin resistance and defective insulin secretion.
For women who are already pregnant, pregnancy hormones can lead to insulin resistance and in some cases, gestational diabetes.
Insulin resistance can lead to diabetes and other complications. While there are conventional medications available, many women are looking for a natural way to reduce their insulin resistance and enjoy a healthy pregnancy. Cinnulin PF may be able to help. Read more to find out how you might benefit from adding Cinnulin PF to your diet.
What is Cinnulin PF?
Cinnulin PF is, simply put, a water soluble extract of cinnamon (cassia cinnamon to be exact). The process of creating this extract filters out the toxins that are found in whole cinnamon. It’s the only extract that has been doubly linked to Type-A Polymers, which benefits people who are suffering with a metabolic syndrome.
Many diabetics are adding this supplement to their diet, and many are seeing great results. But what about women who are trying to get pregnant? How could this supplement possibly benefit them?
How Does Cinnulin PF Help with Fertility Issues?
For women with PCOS, getting pregnant can be an uphill battle. The biggest issue is cycle irregularity. Women who have PCOS may not ovulate every month, and some may not get their periods for months (or years) at a time.
If you’re not ovulating, you can’t get pregnant.
In recent years, doctors have finally confirmed that one of the main causes of PCOS is insulin resistance. Many women also have an insulin secretion dysfunction that further complicates the issue.
Doctors have been praising the positive effects of cinnamon on blood sugar regulation for decades. But whole cassia cinnamon contains a type of toxin (coumarin) that renders its glucose benefits useless. Coumarin is a naturally-occurring compound that can cause liver damage if it’s consumed in excess.
To reap the benefits of cinnamon on insulin resistance, you’d need to consume a lot of cinnamon.
What’s considered “in excess” anyway? Well, the Federal Institute for Risk Assessment in Germany warned that more than two grams of cassia cinnamon a day for a 132 pound adult could be risky.
Ceylon cinnamon (a different strain) only has trace amounts of coumarin, but it’s very expensive and may still be dangerous if taken in large dosages.
Here’s where the cinnulin PF supplement comes in. Manufacturers of this supplement claim that the coumarin and other toxins are removed during the extraction process. In theory, this would allow people to take higher dosages of cinnamon (the type of dosage that can be truly effective) safely.
I use the term safely somewhat lightly here because every person and every “body” is different. I’ve said it many times, but I’ll say it again: if you’re thinking of adding a supplement to your diet (cinnulin PF included), please speak with your doctor first.
I’ve read stories of women taking cinnulin PF, and seeing results almost immediately. Their cycle returns to normal, and they’re able to get pregnant quickly. Women who see the best results combine this supplement with a low carb diet and exercise to overcome their insulin resistance even quicker.
What are the Benefits of Cinnulin PF?
There have been quite a few cinnulin PF studies conducted that point out the benefits of this extract. One study found that 83% of those who were given the extract saw a major decrease in fasting blood sugar. Subjects also showed lower levels of body fat, lower levels of blood pressure, increased lean body mass and improved antioxidant measures.
Cinnulin PF is available in supplement (capsule) form, which makes it easy to take.
Manufacturers of these supplements also claim that the extract removes the toxins that are commonly found in whole cinnamon. While this is great news to hear, it’s important to remember that supplements are not regulated by the FDA. For this reason, it’s important to find a high quality product to ensure that these claims are valid.
Cinnulin PF Side Effects and Risks
Now that you know about the benefits of cinnulin PF, let’s talk about the most important thing: side effects and risks.
I have to admit, I had a difficult time finding any side effects for this supplement when doing my research. I found plenty of risks and side effects for whole cinnamon, but every source I turned to stated that cinnulin PF was free of any side effects.
I’m sure that someone, somewhere experienced some not-so-pleasant side effect after taking this supplement. They just haven’t shared their experience.
Like with any other supplement, I’m sure that nausea is a possible side effect. I did read a story of one woman who experienced “cinnamon burps”. Depending on your taste preferences, this may or may not be tolerable for you.
To be on the safe side and to minimize risks, consult with your doctor before you start taking cinnulin PF.
The bottom line is this:
Cinnulin PF can help women with PCOS overcome their insulin resistance and finally realize their dream of starting a family. Because this supplement removes the harmful toxin found in whole cinnamon, it’s a safer option when it comes to managing your body’s blood sugar levels. Just be sure to you speak with your doctor first to make sure that cinnulin PF is a healthy choice for you.
Be sure to read through our review of the Pregnancy Miracle book here for more information on how you may be able to benefit from holistic herbs such as Cinnulin PF.