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I got a spam email touting a "common household spice" that could work miracles for diabetes. I cautiously clicked through it and ended up watching a long, boring video that ultimately wanted me to buy something but in the end revealed that the spice was cinnamon and pointed to some articles. After having read the articles and browsing a little further, it was clear that there was no conclusive evidence either way. However, I looked up cinnamon on my nutritional supplement supplier and it was pretty cheap so I ordered some. I've been taking two 500 mg capsules each morning for a couple months now and am not seeing any benefit. At this point I'm only continuing to take them every day because I'm too cheap to throw them out.