Ozempic Side Effects vs Kitchen Spice Cinnamon Published by CCL to Assist in Weight Loss Debate

April 02 17:15 2024
CCL has released an article and video detailing the side effects of Ozempic, a drug used for diabetes and weight loss compared to the kitchen spice cinnamon. Users are encouraged to seek professional medical advice and be aware of pending lawsuits regarding Ozempic.

Cincinnati, OH, USA – April 2, 2024 – Coconut Country Living (CCL) has released an article and video detailing the side effects of Ozempic (Semiglutide), a drug used for diabetes and weight loss, and comparing it with potential side effects of the kitchen spice cinnamon.

CCL has found it necessary to release this vital information to consumers as not only has Ozempic been highlighted in the media, such as 60 Minutes Australia, but also a prominent interview between independent journalist Tucker Carlson and former pharma insider Calley Means.


According to CDC.gov the obesity rate for Americans climbed to 41.9% in March 2020 with an estimated annual medical cost of obesity in the United States being nearly $173 billion in 2019 dollars. According to the National Institute of Health (NIH), 38.4 million people of all ages had diabetes (11.6% of the population) in 2021.

Side effects from those using Ozempic have made major news outlets

Michael DiSalvo, owner of CCL, addressed the need for addressing the epidemic in a direct way.

“No doubt the millions of Americans suffering with diabetes and obesity need help. The CDC was quite clear during COVID-19 that comorbidities were the true reason Americans were in danger from this new illness. At the same time, we must be certain ‘the cure is not worse than the disease’, as the saying goes. The serious complications of those using Ozempic and pending lawsuits need to be looked into and patients should be wary when starting weight loss injections. We believe that those who use diet as their primary strategy in losing weight will be much more equipped to have positive health outcomes.”

Consumers should be aware of side effects claimed by Ozempic users, including death

“As cinnamon is normally used as part of food preparation, it would behoove consumers to consider cinnamon as a sugar replacement. With one teaspoon having only 2.1 g carbohydrates, 0 g of fat, 6.4 calories, and 1.4 g of fiber, many users will find it is a pleasant way to get natural sweetness in a cholesterol-free, sodium-free, sugar free way.”

Though no prominent side effect has been found with using Ceylon cinnamon, it is known for many health benefits

For those concerned about potential side effects of either Ozempic or the kitchen spice cinnamon are encouraged to seek professional medical advice for what would work best with their own diet and lifestyle.

Coconut Country Living uses CinnaTrue testing to make sure its customers get only 100% cinnamon

Those who are seeking information on a healthy lifestyle and diet to support their weight loss goals are encouraged to secure the complimentary e-book on cinnamon hacks for health and beauty through the aforementioned article.

CCL is giving away a complimentary ebook with cinnamon health and beauty hacks with every purchase

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