Chronic fatigue and coconut oil?
Chronic fatigue almost always has its origin in the intestines.
Sick intestinal ﬂora (viruses and excess bad bacteria), the fermenting of sugars, the rotting of protein and fungi in the intestine can prevent or impede the absorption of nutrients. As a result the intestine may become infected, toxins of viruses and bacteria result in the absorption of fungi, which can drastically reduce our vitality. Vitality starts in your intestine. Coconut oil has a strong antibacterial functioning, restores the mucous membrane in the intestine and prevents infective reactions. As such coconut oil is extremely beneﬁcial in case of chronic fatigue. Therapeutic use of 3 tablespoons per day is recommended until vitality is restored. Then I recommend at least one tablespoon daily.
Dr. Jon Kabara has had a long and distinguished career as a lipids specialist. In 1948 he started out as assistant at the University of Illinois, in the Biochemistry Department. He was later appointed Professor at the University of Detroit. At the University of Michigan he laid the foundation of the new College of Osteopathic Medicine. He was one of the ﬁrst researchers to discover the anti-microbial property of medium chain fats.
He has more than 16 patents to his name and has authored or co-authored more than 200 publications, including eight books. He is widely considered one of the most recognized authorities regarding comestible fats.