Cinnamon Master

Over the weekend I attended The Psychology of Eating conference with my graduating class. It was an amazing experience and I truly have been changed from meeting and learning from all those in attendence. During my many wonderful conversations the topic of soda came up multiple times. I shared with a few of my fellow coaches my favorite summer drink.  A drink that really gives me the feeling of drinking a carbonated soda but with great digestive and other health benefits. For me it feels like drinking a sweet cinnamon soda, if there is such a thing. I was asked to post the recipe multiple times so I decided to do just that as I sit on my porch enjoying the sun and the beautiful weather. 

My Cinnamon Master is based on the Master Cleanse Lemonade with a twist.  It is very refreshing and in a strange way gives me a sense that I am drinking something carbonated. 

Nice Glass with Ice

1 to 2 Tbsp Grade B Maple Syrup

2 Tbsp Apple Cider Vinegar

1 Lemon, juiced  

1/2 to 1 tsp Ceylon Cinnamon 

2 c of Spring Water

Place all the ingredients into glass with ice.  Now stir, shake and rock n roll. Then enjoy sipping it with some friends or relaxing alone. 

Grade B Maple Syrup has many minerals and vitamins.  It helps provide energy, has antioxidant properties which can help lower cholesterol, good for heart health, and supports your immune system.  Plus it is tasty and sweet. 

Apple Cider Vinegar helps decrease glucose levels, lose weight, lowers high blood pressure and cholesterol, good for your skin, helps with detox, improves digestion, improves bowels, has anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and anti-fungal properties and rich in potassium. 

Lemons are very alkalizing for the body and helps restore balance to the body’s pH. It is detoxifying, gets rid of parasites, fights fatigue, good for the liver, cleans your bowels, has anti-bacterial properties, and rich in Vitamin C.  

Cinnamon regulates blood sugar, reduces LDL Cholesterol levels, reduces pain related to arthritis, may reduce proliferation of cancer cells, contains fiber, calcium, iron, manganese, helps with headaches and migraines, and boosts cognitive function and memory.  

Try this refreshing drink and let me know how you like it. Cheers!