Alli-cinn - 60 Capsules
Combination of freeze-dried garlic and cinnamon oil extract
- Contains ingredients traditionally used to maintain optimal cardiovascular health*
- Contains ingredients traditionally used to support already healthy blood lipid levels in adults*
- Provides 1000 mg of garlic clove and 80 mg of cinnamaldehyde per daily serving
Alli-Cinn is a blend of garlic and cinnamon that is traditionally used in herbal medicine to support optimal cardiovascular health. The main bioactive compound in garlic is allicin. When broken down, this sulfurcontaining compound is responsible for the characteristic odor of garlic. Recent research indicates that long-term garlic consumption may support already healthy total cholesterol levels. Garlic may also help maintain already normal lipid levels. In a randomized, placebo-controlled trial involving 150 adults, daily supplementation with 800 mg of garlic powder capsules for six weeks supported total and LDL cholesterol levels already within a healthy range.*
Ingredients & Dosage
Serving size : 1 Capsule
Servings per container: 60
Amount per serving
Freeze dried garlic concentrate 500mg
(Allium sativum) clove
Freeze dried cinnamon bark oil concentrate 200mg
(Cinnamomum cassia) providing 40mg cinnamaldehydes
Cellulose, silica, vegetable magnesium stearate.
Suggested use for adults
One capsule taken twice daily with meals or as professionally directed.
Contra-indications: None known if recommended intake is followed.
Provides: 20,000ppm (10mg) cysteine sulfoxides, including allicin which, when ingested releases 9,000ppm (4.5mg) antimicrobial activity as total thiosulfonates, including allicin.
Alli-Cinn is an excellent broad-spectrum preparation of garlic and cinnamon extracts, specifically formulated to support the immune system. Alli-Cinn formula is gentle and does not disrupt the beneficial bacteria within the gastrointestinal, urinary, and vaginal tract.
For more information on Alli-Cinn, please consult with our nutritionist (see Contact Us) or your health practitioner.