Good Quality Coconut Oil As Candida Antifungal

Someone bought coconut oil at the health food store yesterday to include in her treatment after reading about it here. But, she can’t remember why it was recommended. She is wondering if it is some kind of candida antifungal or just good for you.

Coconut oil is antifungal and I also think it tastes very yummy! According to the prime coconut oil as a fungicide researcher Dr. John Kabara, coconut oil is 50% to 51% lauric acid, 7%capric, and 6% caprylic acid or so. Lauric acid works at a far lower concentration than the other two, but caprylic acid works faster. Coconut oil is a better germ and candida killer, and it also produces ten times less free radicals than olive oil. Depending on what purpose you are taking the olive oil for you may be able to replace it with coconut oil.

Try to get good quality oil, organic or virgin oil. Refined oil still has most of the antifungal properties but is not as good for your overall health. Take 3-4 tablespoons per day, maybe less for a child and go by body weight. Start with a little on a spoon perhaps. You can take it with warm water, coconut oil melts at 76F. You can use it for frying; it is really the only oil it is ok to cook with. I use it for stir-fry and cooking scrambled eggs, it soaks up in the eggs. Making a yogurt of Kefir smoothie with a few tablespoons of coconut oil in it is a good way to have it.

I hope this article "Good Quality Coconut Oil As Candida Antifungal" has met what you expect to read and that you gain some important information that your are looking for. If you feel that this article is not enough for you, or still missing something, I personally suggest that you get a complete report and also great support for you on cure candida project website.

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