The number of people In the US and around the world, fighting with cardiovascular diseases, obesity and diabetes gets bigger and bigger every day.
About 5 million people suffer from Alzheimer’s currently. That’s expected to rise to about 14 million by 2050, the study says. To project incidence and mortality, the study’s authors relied on statistics from the Chicago Health and Aging Project, along with 2010 U.S. Census estimates of population growth.
In a search for a cure for her husband who was suffering from progressive dementia, Mary T. Newport, a doctor of neonatal medicine, discovered that the medium chain triglycerides present in coconut oil have a potential to be very effective with treating and slowing down the Alzheimer’s disease.
Mary’s husband, Steve (58), was suffering from progressive dementia for more than 5 years. His MRI results showed that the disease is very close to developing into Alzheimer’s.
He was dealing not only with memory loss but with depression as well that can often be early sign of Alzheimer’s disease. As his condition worsen over time, she decided to try a coconut oil treatment.
he bought a 100% virgin coconut oil, and gave 35mg of it to her husband every day (more than two teaspoons) for a month and some time.
Тhe effect of the treatment was incredible and she states that the progress was visible after only couple of weeks. Her husband was almost entirely recovered after a month and a half of consuming coconut oil daily.