The simple way to END FATIGUE & FOG

If you’re feeling tired and scattered despite fall’s fresh air, there’s a reason for that: Seven in 10 women have an overgrowth of candida, a type of yeast that lives in our body and feeds on sugar in our diet. And high candida levels trigger a sensitivity to mold, which thrives in piles of leaves and garden much. This triggers tiredness, forgetfulness, and achy joints. The easy fix? Adding a spoonful of coconut oil to your daily diet. Investigators at the University of Southern California found that the oil’s monolaurin cuts candida growth in half.

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3 Comments

  1. Janet

    I’ve done oil pulling in the past, using coconut oil. It really helped get rid of bacteria in my mouth and my gum pockets improved.

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  2. Kristi

    No wonder I have been feeling more tired lately. We have lots of trees around our house and the leaves have fallen. I’m sure there is mold.

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  3. Patsy

    I’ve thought about adding coconut oil to my coffee. That would be an easy way for me to get it.

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