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Coconut Oil for Alzheimer’s Disease

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Coconut Oil for Alzheimer's Disease

Coconut Oil for Alzheimer’s Disease

As you may have noticed, in PositiveMed we have always emphasized on the beneficial effects of “good” nutrition on our health. It’s so interesting that we already have some simple solutions for many devastating diseases and we still pay tons of money for chemical drugs that may not be as effective as natural remedies. The reason? There is not enough education and studies on natural treatments. Why?
You know the answer!
Watch this video and you’d be amazed by how effective coconut oil is on the cure of Alzheimer’s disease.

It’s also interesting to know that coconut oil is not bad for your cholesterol. Coconut oil increases HDL (the good cholesterol) and lessens LDL (the bad cholesterol).

coconut oil can cure alzheimer

Also note that coconut oil can be effective on some other chronic diseases such as Parkinson, autism, dementia, epilepsy, Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and schizophrenia.

 

18 Mind Blowing Reasons Why You Need Coconut Oil In Your Life!

 

The myriad health benefits of coconut oil include hair care, skin care, stress relief, cholesterol level maintenance, weight loss, healthier immune system, proper digestion, and a regulated metabolism.

Coconut oil is good for you, inside and out. There are numerous claims that simply adding coconut oil to your diet increases energy, balances hormones, and stimulates the thyroid gland.

1. Metabolism Booster 

2 Tablespoons per day is proven to boost your metabolism.

2.  Cooking at High Heat 

Some oils are unsafe to cook with at high temperatures, coconut oil is a great alternative.

3. On Toast Instead Of Butter

You can substitute coconut oil for butter on toasted bread.

4. Homemade Lip Balm or Lip Gloss

Apply directly to your lips, this is useful in cold winter months and hot summers.

 

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