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The University of South Florida Health Byrd Alzheimer’s Institute has announced that they will conduct an 8-month pilot study investigating coconut oil for individuals with mild to moderate Alzheimer’s disease. For those in Florida that would like to participate in the trial, see the flyer above.
Coconut oil has made dramatic improvement in many people with Alzheimer’s, and Health Impact News has published many of these testimonies. See for example:
We applaud the Byrd Institute for conducting this study.
The nation’s largest Alzheimer’s “non-profit” research institute made statements last year to its members discouraging them from trying coconut oil. The Alzheimer’s Association receives over $230 million per year, but refuses to study anything besides pharmaceutical drugs. A review of their public tax returns show that 27% of their revenue is spent on salaries and management, and much of the remaining 73% goes to medical colleges, universities, and hospitals for research, all with strong ties to the pharmaceutical industry. (See: Alzheimer’s Association Warns Against Coconut Oil – Member Replies “Coconut Oil Gave us our Father Back!”)
For more information on coconut oil and Alzheimer’s, visit CoconutOil.com’s Alzheimer’s section.
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