• Study: Coconut Oil Improves Memory and Brain Function

    There are many empirical episodes of improving memory and slowing or reversing dementia with coconut oil that are dismissed as “anecdotal.” Fortunately there are increasing scientific studies that corroborate the many remarkable testimonies of recovering from dementia to perhaps convince naysayers of coconut oil’s health and healing properties. The in-vivo (animal) study “Enhanced memory in Wistar rats by virgin coconut oil is associated with increased antioxidative, cholinergic activities and reduced oxidative stress” was published in January of 2017. The research paper stated as part of its findings: "The promising outcomes of this study strongly imply the possible use of VCO, not only as neuroprotective agents for those suffering from neurodegenerative diseases, but also as brain food." A Canadian study published this year around the same time titled “Coconut oil protects cortical neurons from amyloid beta toxicity by enhancing signaling of cell survival pathways” observed that coconut oil and its medium chain fatty acids (MCFAs) protect against amyloid beta (Aβ) induced neurotoxicity in primary rat cortical neurons.

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  • Study: Coconut Oil Improves Memory and Brain Function

    Nice article! Two thumbs up!! Now that we're all aware about what coconut oil can do to improved memory and brain function. I will personally add coconut oil to my basket. And knowing its good benefits makes me feel assured and less worry.

  • Study: Coconut Oil Improves Memory and Brain Function

    Seton-During said:

    Is one teaspoon three times per day safe/recommended?
    Hi Seton, Coconut oil is a food, but certain individuals may have adverse reactions initially, especially if their body is used to a low-fat diet regimen. The most common reaction is diarrhea. 3.5 Tbsp. is recommended as the daily intake by some researchers, but it is probably best not to start with that amount, or eat it all at once. Spread it out over the course of the day, and reduce the amount you ingest if there are unwanted effects.
  • Study: Coconut Oil Improves Memory and Brain Function

    Seton-During said:

    What are the volunteered experiences/comments of persons who had been consuming coconut oil?
    Hi Seton, here’s an article you might find helpful: http://coconutoil.com/coconut-oil-research-alzheimers/
  • Study: Coconut Oil Improves Memory and Brain Function

    Is one teaspoon three times per day safe/recommended?

  • Study: Coconut Oil Improves Memory and Brain Function

    What are the volunteered experiences/comments of persons who had been consuming coconut oil?