I’m aware that people rotate caprylic acid with other anti-fungals, but eat coconut oil freely. Is there any danger that Candida could become resistant to the low level caprylic acid it is exposed to through the oil, causing caprylic acid to become less effective?
Natural antifungals found in food items are alright because candida cannot get used to them easily; examples include garlic, onions, olive oil, and coconut oil. I don’t have any evidence or research to back up this claim but its all I know. Otherwise, coconut oil is promoted on the forum because it helps create an environment for beneficial bacteria to grow.
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