profile of a parasite killer: cocos nucifera

  • April 25th, 2014

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    coco-shell Can you guess who our special guest is today, friends? That’s right, it’s Coconut — more formally known as Cocos Nucifera. Ms Nucifera is with us to preach a parasite-free existence. Don’t let that hard exterior fool you. At first she’s a tough nut to crack, yet once you get to know her, she’s really sweet on the inside, with plenty to offer in terms of health, beauty and overall wellbeing. However, what I like about her best is that she really helps do a number on pesky parasites.

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    1S0A5216 So what’s her secret in the battle on vile parasitic entities? Does she fling herself with stealth from the security of her palm fronds onto unsuspecting parasites and dash them into oblivion like a kamikaze of the fruit and nut world? Not exactly … she does, however, sacrifice her water and flesh for an array of delicious food and drinks that deal a one-two punch to many parasites, viruses, fungi and bacteria. In fact her water is so pure, nutrient-rich and so readily absorbed into the bloodstream that it has even successfully served for plasma infusions! The coconut has received some bad press in the past due to having the highest saturated fat content of any food anywhere. Yet deeper research has also revealed that not all saturated fats are created equal. Coconut is also the best source of medium chain triglycerides, about 50% of which are composed of lauric acid, which is one of the body’s most important fatty acids, used to build up a strong immune system. So let’s hear it for this parasite-busting beauty.

    1S0A5181 For some entertaining yet practical coconut opening instructions/destructions, go here … For some more info on coconut fat’s health merits, go here … 

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  • sammygirl 04.25.2014  

    When I read the title of your last 2 posts, I was wondering what fascinated you so much about coconuts and pineapples. Now i get it ..

    Hope you get better soon ..

  • innes  

    Hi Sammy,

    Thanks, I am starting to feel more like my old self again. Trying not to obsess — too much at least — over ridding myself of the free-riders in my system. Anyway, it’s been an informative and somewhat scary journey and I’m happy to know about it now before it really got serious.

    Stay well. And stay in touch.

    –Innes

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