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The spice of life: Cinnamon cools your stomach

(RMIT University) Cinnamon cooled body temperatures by up to 2 degrees centigrade and improved overall health when tested on pigs. The impact of cinnamon on diet was measured using a smart pill in the pigs' guts.
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