Candida Doesn’t Stand a Chance Against This Oil

Candida Doesn’t Stand a Chance Against This Oil

In All Health Watch, Diet and Nutrition, Featured Article, General Health by INH Research22 Comments

Most people don’t even know they have candida. Surprisingly, it infects as much as 70% of the world’s population.It’s an overgrowth of fungus in your gut. But it affects your whole body. High stress, sugar, processed foods, and antibiotics are mostly to blame.2

And it’s sneaky. Candida causes symptoms that don’t seem related… Sinus infections, blurred vision, moodiness, sugar cravings, and fatigue, just to name a few.

So if you’re treating symptoms individually without knowing what’s really causing them, you’re not doing much to destroy the harmful overgrowth itself.

Doctors usually prescribe fluconazole. There are just a couple of problems with that. For one, a single round is rarely effective. Even worse, it causes nasty side effects like vomiting, diarrhea, and dizziness.3

Your best bet is to treat the condition naturally. How? With a candida-destroying diet.

You can starve out the fungus by eating a diet low in sugar, and high in protein and vegetables. But there are also certain foods that actively fight fungus…

Coconut oil, in fact, is just as effective as fluconazole for treating candida.4 It’s antifungal and contains fatty acids like lauric acid. These acids attack the cell wall of the fungus. This causes the cell wall to disintegrate.5

That’s pretty powerful for something that sits on your kitchen counter! And in countries where they eat the most coconut oil—Thailand and the Philippines—the candida rates are much lower.6 That’s no coincidence.

You see, countries that consume coconut oil not only have lower rates of candida, they have very low rates of Alzheimer’s. There’s a connection. One U.S. doctor even reversed her husband’s Alzheimer’s symptoms in seven days. Read how she did it—become a member today to get this issue. You’ll have exclusive access to all of our in-depth natural healing reports.

Now, if you’ve read any of our Health Watch alerts on the amazing benefits of coconut oil, you know to replace some of your cooking oils with coconut oil.

It keeps for a long time without having to be refrigerated. You can heat it to high temperatures without losing the beneficial properties.

Consuming coconut oil can prevent and end candida. You’ll still need to practice other healthy habits—like reducing your sugar intake, decreasing stress, and eating a balanced diet.

In fact, fighting candida may be even more critical than experts first thought. Stunning new research now suggests a link between candida and cancer.

In one study, the Journal of Infection found it was present in at least 88% of cancer patients. That’s no coincidence. It might even be more. So it doesn’t matter if you’re a man or a woman. You’re at risk no matter what. That’s why it’s so important you go HERE now for urgent details, including the three triggers that make candida spread, the test that shows if you have it, and the three natural treatments to eradicate it for good.

In Good Health,

Angela Salerno
Executive Director, INH Health Watch

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References:
1 http://web.clark.edu/tkibota/240/Disease/Candidiasis.pdf
2 http://www.medicinenet.com/fluconazole/page2.htm
3 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17651080
4 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC90807
5 Bruce Fife and Conrado s. Dayrit. (2005). Coconut Cures: Preventing and Treating Common Health Problems with Coconut (1st ed). Colorado Springs: Piccadilly Books, Ltd.

Comments

  1. As the study says, it was an “in vitro” experiment. Perhaps you missed that part? In case you don’t know, what that means is that it might kill candida under a microscope but that is very different to killing it in your body. Unless you have a DECENT study that clearly demonstrates coconut oil killing candida in real people, this is just one more way that “apparently” kills candida to add to the large pile “reported” on health blogs.

    I notice your fourth source is also in vitro. I’d also like to point out that, although countries that consume more coconut oil have fewer candida infections (which may or may not be to do with coconut oil, you don’t cite the evidence in enough detail for us to know) that doesn’t at all mean that coconut oil will work in removing an established infection.