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i am actually taking 3 tbs coconut oil u think its to much ?

Ok, I assumed we were speaking of teaspoons, sorry about that mistake. So you’re actually taking nine teaspoons a day of coconut oil. But after you make the changes I mentioned about leaving garlic and rutabaga out of your diet, this should make a change in the amount of die-off, especially with adding another 250 mcg of moly. So I would wait until you do that because you should see a difference in less than three days at the very most, hopefully a lot sooner. Just let me know how you do after one or two days of trying this and adding another Ashwagandha capsule. Have you already changed your diet? If not, you should probably go ahead with that as well, especially if you really think this is going to help your stress level to be less traumatic.

Concerning virgin coconut oil, I’ll tell you why I think this is so important to a Candida infestation, or as far as that goes, to any illness no matter what it is. Research studies have proved that coconut oil can kill lipid-coated bacteria but not the beneficial bacteria; in fact, coconut oil helps to build a good environment for the beneficial bacteria because of the types of acids it contains. It also kills viruses that cause influenza, herpes, measles, hepatitis C, SARS, AIDS; and it destroys another form of bacteria that causes ulcers, throat infections, urinary tract infections, gum disease and cavities, pneumonia, and gonorrhea. We already know that it kills fungi such as Candida, but it also kills other pathogenic yeasts that cause ringworm, athlete’s foot, thrush, and even diaper rash; it expels or kills tapeworms, lice, giardia, and other parasites.
As far as I’m concerned, coconut oil is a whole-food source of nutrients which is just as important or even more so in many cases than any health-building supplement or food available.

Please keep us posted on the changes in your regimen as well as your new diet.