Cinnamon Can Cause Liver And Kidney Toxicity In Dogs
Cinnamon is a common ingredient in most American kitchens. Cinnamomum's tree gives cinnamon. It is derived from the bark of the tree's other tree. There are two different types of cinnamon found in markets all over the world. Ceylon cinnamon, also called 'true' cinnamon or 'Chinese' cinnamon, and Cassia cinnamon. Cinnamon has been studied for its potential effects in preventing Alzheimer's. It lowers circulating blood sugar levels. There is even some research looking into cinnamon's anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. It has a fragrant, sweet odor. Coumarin can be toxic to both the liver and kidneys in dogs. Dog Nutrition & Food is a weekly column on our website. Don't visit the website/Opinion for weekly coverage of dog nutrition and food. . . .