I’ve been using coconut oil for over a year now and am very pleased to be myself again. The fog is gone and I’m able to drive safely again. I’ve been able to resume my hobbies: knitting and crochet as well.
Rather than study the dietary effects of coconut oil, or the ketogenic diet, on neuro-degenerative diseases, this was actually an in vitro study that examined “rodent cortical neurons exposed to AB peptide” and virgin coconut oil, most likely in a petri dish or beaker, inside of a laboratory.
The University of South Florida’s Health Byrd Alzheimer’s Institute has decided to research coconut oil and Alzheimer’s Disease. The funding reportedly came from a private foundation, as there is no interest in researching this inside the medical system.
My mother was going to start on Aricept. I recommended 2 tablespoons a day of coconut oil. In 5 days her memory was getting better and she could keep a conversation, finishing sentences.
"After a few weeks of gradually increasing her coconut oil intake and working up to 3 TBS daily, Grandma had improved even beyond where she was when she first came to live with Mom."
University of South Florida Byrd Institute to Conduct Clinical Trials on Coconut Oil and Alzheimer’s
The University of South Florida Health Byrd Alzheimer's Institute has announced that they will conduct an 8-month pilot study investigating coconut oil for individuals with mild to moderate Alzheimer’s disease.
In this video report Steve in Sydney describes how coconut oil reversed dementia in his 85 year old father in only 35 days.
“I lost my dad to Alzheimer’s five years ago and I thought I would never get him back,” said Rashi. “But somehow I have, and it’s the most amazing thing.
A growing body of research suggests there may be a powerful connection between the foods you eat and your risk of Alzheimer’s and dementia, via similar pathways that cause type 2 diabetes. Some have re-named Alzheimer’s as “type 3 diabetes.”
The research against cholesterol-lowering statin drugs continues to mount, as does the evidence that lowering ones cholesterol via medication has serious side effects, such as Alzheimer’s disease.