Using Coconut Oil for Natural Candida Treatment as Well as Alzheimer’sBy Danica Collins |
Did You Know…that an exciting new natural Candida treatment is also one of the best remedies for Alzheimer’s prevention?
Caprylic acid (a medium-chain triglyceride) is an anti-fungal agent found naturally in coconuts. It’s also the active ingredient in a new medical food validated by scientific research as an effective treatment for Alzheimer’s. The medical food is being marketed under the name Axona.
Caprylic acid works by providing the brain with an alternate source of energy. Healthy brains use glucose as their main source of cellular energy. But imaging studies show that brains affected by Alzheimer’s use less glucose. If brain cells affected by Alzheimer’s could be powered in some other way, symptoms of dementia could be eradicated.
The substances produced by caprylic acid in the body–known as ketones–can provide that essential alternative source of energy.
Candida: The Fungus You May Not Know You Have
Caprylic acid’s potential against Alzheimer’s is highly promising. Yet, its amazing effects for natural Candida treatment are equally extraordinary. For more than 40 years scientists have known about the power of caprylic acid for natural Candida treatment.
Candida albicans is a fungus (also referred to as a yeast) that causes a host of undesirable effects in the body. Candida overgrowth is a dramatically under-diagnosed condition that endangers the health of millions of people, many of whom have no idea of their condition.
Leon Chaitow, a renowned alternative health practitioner and author, says, “Candida is possibly the least understood, most widespread cause of continuing ill health currently in our midst.”
Everyone has some Candida in his or her system. Ordinarily, digestive bacteria controls Candida levels. However, if your immune system is compromised, an overabundance of Candida can occur.
The technical term for this condition is candidiasis–and its prevalence has climbed rapidly over the last few decades. Experts speculate that this increase stems from our modern diet of processed foods, diabetes, obesity, and excessive use of antibiotics.
Unfortunately, candidiasis is extremely tricky to diagnose. Doctors often mistake it for other conditions, such as:
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- Athlete’s Foot
- Crohn’s Disease
Not only will the treatments prescribed for any of these conditions fail to address candidiasis, but they will often increase the growth of Candida.
Could You Have Candidiasis?