The National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon is teaming up with a local hospital to study the effects of the low-carb high-fat ketogenic diet on Parkinson’s patients. The ketogenic diet was originally developed at John Hopkins Hospital in the 1930s as a diet-based cure for epilepsy and seizures in children, where pharmaceutical drugs did not work.
Last year a 74-year-old man found relief from Parkinson’s disease by using coconut oil. Now, he is taking an online “straw poll” of other Parkinson’s sufferers and their experiences in using coconut oil.
I am 74 years old and I have Parkinson’s. This past April, I began taking coconut oil, worked up to 8T daily. I saw significant improvements in a couple of days.
In what is yet another great investigative report by Lorie Johnson of CBN, we hear how coconut oil is helping people with Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, and ALS.