Neurological Benefits of Coconut Oil

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A friend of mine posted this video on facebook a few days back.  It talks about the positive effect coconut oil has on Alzheimer’s.  I was immediately intrigued since my symptoms of epilepsy are, as I understand it, similar to dementia or certain aspects of Alzheimer’s.  At the very least, both are neurological.  So I watched hoping they would explain how coconut oil works to alleviate symptoms etc.    

I was beyond excited that they mentioned that epilepsy has seen some of the benefits from coconut oil in this video.  As soon as they mentioned ketones being produced after eating medium chain triglycerides (MCT’s), I knew there had to be some connection with epilepsy in there as well since ketogenesis has been shown over and over again to alleviate epilepsy symptoms or in other cases, cure it altogether (which is my goal).  I’ll have to do more research on the topic, but now I’m glad I can narrow down my search as well.

Virgin Coconut Oil Book Cover

I also ordered 2 quarts of coconut oil from an online reseller when I saw this video and they arrived today.  This is great timing since I’ve just run out of my old coconut oil after putting it in my coffee (don’t knock it till you try it) everyday since seeing this video.  Since it was my first purchase, they included a book called “Virgin Coconut Oil” that has more information regarding coconut oil so I can’t wait to start my research right there. 

I honestly can’t wait to start using this stuff more and see if any of my epilepsy symptoms clear up at all.  I sometimes have morning ‘brain fog’ so maybe this will clear that up somewhat.  Here’s hoping!

 

Original article:  Coconut Oil Touted as Alzheimers Remedy.

Comments

  1. Have you tried whipping it up on the blender? I have a magic bullet. Put some brewed coffee in Bullet, add a rablespoon of coconut oil, coconut sugar, and a splash of coconut milk. Blend until frothy!!

    Omg so good!!
    Enjoy!

    • FreeRange Human says:

      I used to do that all the time. I would also add some grass fed butter and cinnamon for blood sugar control.

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