Symptoms of Hepatitis C: How to Get Rid of Them Using Coconut Oil
Symptoms of hepatitis C disappear when you eat coconut oil. That’s because coconut oil kills the Hepatitis C Virus (HCV).
As far as coconut oil is concerned, inactivating the hepatitis C virus is just another day in the “antiviral” office.
HCV is only one of the numerous viruses and bacteria encased in a lipid (fat) membrane exterminated by the mighty coconut oil.
Some of the common hepatitis C symptoms are:
- tenderness in your liver area
- dark-colored urine
- muscle and joint pains
- poor appetite
- pale-colored stools
There are actually three types of hepatitis (labeled as hepatitis A, B, and C), all of which are caused by viral infections. Of the three, hepatitis C is the most serious and frequently leads to liver cirrhosis or “liver scarring.”
Acute hepatitis C occurs within the first six months after infection with HCV. Symptoms of acute infection are generally mild and unclear, rarely pointing to a specific diagnosis of hepatitis C.
Chronic hepatitis C is infection lasting for more than six months and often “asymptomatic,” or showing no evidence of the disease. If you’ve been experiencing some of the symptoms of hepatitis C listed above for quite some time, NOW is the time to visit a caring health practitioner and start using coconut oil.
MCFAs slaughter HCVs
Viruses and Free radicals are two of the most lethal foes of your liver. Coconut oil can protect you from both threats.
Only coconut oil contains more than two-thirds Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCT) or Medium Chain Fatty Acids (MCFA). Studies have been showing MCFAs to be of tremendous benefit to liver health. In fact, of all the organs in the human body, the liver probably benefits the most.
Unlike Long Chain Triglycerides (LCT) or Long Chain Fatty Acids (LCFA) entirely present in almost all other fats and oils, MCFAs destroy the hepatitis C virus! From the digestive tract, they go directly to your liver to defend against harmful organisms and assist your immune system in warding off severe infections. But that’s not all…
Limits Free-Radical Generation
Because it’s so stable, 92 percent “saturated” coconut oil functions as an antioxidant. MCFA-packed coconut oil resists free-radical formation in your liver.
Researchers have demonstrated that by restricting free-radical production, MCFAs can counteract alcohol-induced liver damage. And they don’t just guard against free-radical injury. MCFAs can also regenerate diseased liver and non-liver tissue.
How to Use Coconut Oil
Begin with the coconut oil maintenance dosage of 3-4 tablespoons daily if your symptoms of hepatitis C are relatively mild. But if you’ve been suffering for years, you might want to go straight to the coconut oil therapeutic dosage for some “kick-butt” liver healing and protection.
If you’re just beginning your coconut oil journey, please visit how to use coconut oil for some quick, simple, and easy ways to significantly improve your health.