Coconut Oil Health Tip – the best is further down in this post.
Coconut oil has been used all around the world for many years. There are many ways to use this natural and organic oil. It cannot only be used for consumption but a number of other amazing things. Also coconut oil has a long shelf life so no need to worrying about it going bad right away if you are not using it in a regular basis. So that also means more money in your pocket. Another great thing about this oil is that it is universal it can be used by all people of all ages. This oil has over 100 different uses.
This is great for removing makeup while softening your skin at the same time. You can apply the oil to a cloth or cotton ball an proceed with removing your makeup. The oil will gently soften the makeup so it can be easily and gently removed.
This oil is good for massages. This oil moisturizes, softens the skin and it smells amazing.
This can be used as a conditioner, deep conditioner, pre shampoo, itchy dry scalp and it adds shine to your hair. Water is the only thing that can provide 100% moisture to your hair but there are a few oils including coconut oil that are able to penetrate the hair like water and provide moisture. Most products on the market tend to only sit on top of the hair causing product build up.
For those times you are feeling drained and out of energy coconut oil can be the thing to give you that boost that you need. It is also great for stimulating your metabolism. This as well can help you to better absorb nutrients and vitamins as well as help with weight loss due to the support of it controlling cravings.
With regular application this can speed up the healing process as well as reduces swelling and discoloration.
Coconut oil can help to regenerate cells when applied to the problem area three times a day.
Reduce oily skin
Apply a small amount of this oil to your problem area to help to reduce the excessive oil.
This oil can help to reduce itching and other the discomfort from this skin problem.
If you are suffering from a headache or mental fatigue this may help you. Massaging this oil onto your head in a circular motion can help to relax you.
Indigestion and acid reflux
Ingesting this right after a meal can help to reduced the indigestion and/or acid reflex.
Ingesting this can help stabilizing blood sugar and helping to better control cravings.
Ingesting this can help to relive some of the discomfort during this time of the month like pain due to heavy blood flow as well as cramps and pressure.
Above is a REPOST FROM Missclinic Do it From Home
I have also been following a doctor in the US – her husband has Alzheimer’s and was deteriorating rapidly using ACCEPTED medical solutions. She put him on 1 tablespoon 2X/ day( used it in place of butter) and has seen a dramatic reversal. She has been seeing similar results in dementia patients.
Coconut Oil Touted as Alzheimer’s Remedy. Learn more from the link below.
Part 2 starts getting into the real meat.
Another interesting video, Please do not microwave anything ever.
The brain is predominantly made up of fats. http://www.fi.edu/learn/brain/fats.html
At the chemical level, food is the brain’s primary link to its environment and to its evolution. Your diet affects the brain chemicals that influence your mood and behavior, the thought processes and emotional reactions that ultimately create the story of your life.
Fortunately, though, what you eat is within your power to control. Or more accurately . . . your will power to control. The more you know about the food-brain connection, the more empowered you are to make dietary decisions that benefit your brain.
Fats Build Your Brain
No offense, but you have a fat head! About two-thirds of your brain is composed of fats. But not just any kind. Your brain cells require very specialized fats – the same ones that built the brains of your prehistoric ancestors and enabled them to learn and evolve at such a fast rate. These same fats are even now being incorporated into the very structure of your brain.
Protective Myelin is 70% Fat
Myelin, the protective sheath that covers communicating neurons, is composed of 30% protein and 70% fat. One of the most common fatty acids in myelin is oleic acid, which is also the most abundant fatty acid in human milk and in our diet.Monosaturated oleic acid is the main component of olive oil as well as the oils from almonds, pecans, macadamias, peanuts, and avocados.
Membranes – the Working Surface of Your Brain is Made from Fatty Acids
The membranes of neurons – the specialized brain cells that communicate with each other – are composed of a thin double-layer of fatty acid molecules. Fatty acids are what dietary fats are composed of. When you digest the fat in your food, it is broken down into fatty acid molecules of various lengths. Your brain then uses these for raw materials to assemble the special types of fat it incorporates into its cell membranes.
Passing through a cell’s membrane into its cell’s interior are oxygen, glucose (blood sugar), and the micro nutrients the cell needs to function. Metabolic waste products must exit, so the cell won’t be impaired by its own pollution.
****From some of what I have read, Alzheimers seems to be a metabolic dysfunction, Coconut oil supplies an alternate to glucose as an energy supply.