shredded coconut is bad for candida?

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    Paleofan
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    I found shredded coconut in the supermarket and the only ingredient was coconut. Could I take it? Will it be beneficial for candida suffers? I as a lot of fat and fiber.

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    raster
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    Shouldn’t really set you back much but it might be high in mold due to it being dried.

    -raster

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    Fungaway
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    How is it possible for coconut oil to be an antifungal if dried coconut can have mold?

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    raster
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    When you dry stuff it develops some mold. You could leave some out in front of a window sill and see what happens after a couple of weeks if you don’t believe me.

    -raster

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    Fungaway
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    I don’t disbelieve you, I’m asking why coconut oil is an antifungal if it doesn’t stop mold. Isn’t the oil still there when the coconut is dried? Am I misunderstanding the term?

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    raster
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    Well all foods break down and mold and coconut oil can go bad too…it’s just how life goes. All of the vitamins at the vitamin store expire eventually too (despite it being sealed) and same goes for canned food.

    -raster

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