Colorectal tumors are a common type of malignancy in both women and men.
Even though there are cures that can eliminate these tumors, many experts believe there isn’t enough credible evidence to back that fact up. Since therapeutic studies are privately funded by pharmaceutical companies, you can’t trust that there findings are meant to attain the well being of consumers.
Instead, they remain heavily reliant on corporate profit than creating safe, and effective medicine.
A case from the University of Adelaide, in Australia, was conducted by scientists where they found Lauric corrosive (which is 50% of the makeup of coconut oil) can eliminate up to 93% of tumor cells in the colon, in people, after 2 days of treatment as proved by The Raw Food World.
The Powerful Coconut
Coconut oil has the ability to attack all cancer growth, and it has been well-known for some time. Coconut oil is powerful against parasites, infections, microorganisms, and other organisms. It also is beneficial to the liver and health of wounds and skin.
This healthy oil has been used in the treatment of heart ailments, diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease. The energy is from the Laurie corrosive, which damages diseased cells while decreasing glutathione levels. Glutathione is highly needed by growth cells in order to protect them from oxidative anxiety or a high presence of radicals against oxygen.
Scientific studies were done in vivo in rats and in vitro in petri dishes, and there were slightly different outcomes in the tests. Lauric corrosive can be found in a bosom drain, and has unsaturated fat, that helps in keeping the stability of lauric corrosive intact.
The American Society for Nutrition has conducted clinical reviews that proved fat in coconut oil “is valuable in the treatment and aversion of conditions, for example, diabetes, osteoporosis, viral illnesses (mononucleosis, herpes, hepatitis-C ), bladder illnesses, Crohn’s disease, and malignancy.”
Coconut oil has proved itself a fighter in lessening the side effects from chemotherapy while providing relief in growth patients. It is right to say at this point that the pharmaceutical industry would rather ignore coconut oil, and hinder any further inquiry about the effects of coconut oil.
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