September 17, 2014

Man 86 with Very Last Stage of Pick’s Dementia is Recovering Personality and Physical Health after Starting Coconut Oil

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by Villafish
Alzheimer’s Weekly

My father was in the very last stage of Pick’s, a form of dementia, when we placed him in a care facility in Nov. of 2011.  It was expected that he would not survive past the holidays.

When we heard about coconut oil as a dementia therapy, our family thought, ”why not?  What can it possibly hurt at this point?  Wouldn’t it be neat if coconut oil helped his symptoms?”

My father, age 86, has been taking coconut oil since December of 2011 and he is “recovering” his personality as well as his physical health.  He interacts with others again and understands where his is and why.  He also recognizes family members again.  To say the least, we are pleasantly surprised by Dad’s improvement.

Did coconut oil do this?  Who knows, but it sure didn’t hurt.  Instead of planning for my father’s demise, we have to re-think his care options since he is thriving for now.  We did not expect a cure with coconut oil, and we certainly did not get a cure, but we are sure glad we tried it.

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