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Old 02-06-2012, 10:17 AM   #3
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Re: Coconut Oil for Alzheimer's

I am not against alternative treatment. The person that was cured might have other conditions instead of this advanced dementia. Or that the condition was something that coconut oil can help.

For serious dementia, I don't think this will work. My FIL who is in severe stage thought about taking Q10 and etc. (He was a scientist himself.)
But he was too forgetful that the alternative failed for him.
He also took some drugs for dementia (aricept, namenda and exelon.)
However, these things didn't stop him from declining.

So I guess that is all I can say. If coconut oil can be cured, Nobel prize should be given to the one that proposed it.

I am sure alternative treatments helps prevention. Don't be too optimistic about such thing when the person is sicker with dementia.

Just my 2 cents.

Regards,
Nina

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