What Causes Cancer and
Making sure your bodily defenses are functioning properly is "the" major step towards conquering cancer.
Fats and nutrition are inseparable and no other dietary fat or oil boosts your immune system like coconut oil can.
A growing number of scientists believe that excessive free-radical generation is what causes cancer in many people.
Most vegetable oils in the market are highly processed. Devoid of phytonutrients, refined oils weaken your immune system. Polyunsaturated oils such as soybean and corn oils are particularly vulnerable to oxidation (spoilage) and free-radical formation.
Because it can be heated and reheated without creating abnormal quantities of free radicals, using coconut oil for cooking decreases your chances of developing cancer.
Its 92 percent saturated fatty acid content ensures it won't oxidize quickly and produce too much free radicals. Coconut oil is so stable, it actually functions as an antioxidant, scavenging free radicals and preventing them from wreaking havoc on your cells.
A stressed out immune system is powerless to adequately clean out cancerous cells. Remember, we all have cancerous cells in our bodies. It is our immune system’s job to make sure that these renegade cells don’t get out of control and give us cancer.
The fatty acid structure of coconut oil is unique because most of it (more than two-thirds) is Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCT) or Medium Chain Fatty Acids (MCFA). This makes coconut oil, by far, nature's most generous source of these rare, cancer-fighting type of fat molecules.
MCFAs assist your body in wiping out disease-causing germs, thus relieving stress on your immune system. They take over the task of destroying many of the invading microbes. And with less harmful organisms around to cause trouble, the white blood cells of your immune system are free to search and destroy cancerous cells.
A derivative of coconut oil,
boosts your defenses against cancer by encouraging the production of T cells, which combat and wipe out anything alien to your body, including cancer cells.