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Poor Immune System



Someone sitting next to you sneezes & immediately your mind flashes pneumonia, flu, H1N1 and whatever else is possible. In these modern times of congestion, pollution and global warming, all mostly resulted from unbridled population growth, humankind is under a grave and constant threat of chronic infections from the multitude of microorganisms that also rode on this growth phase.

Every day, we are exposed to thousands, even millions of germs, all set to cause some nuisance in our daily activities. If you have a weak immune system, you will succumb to the infections of these unseen germs. 

Our health is dependent to a great deal upon the strength and efficiency of our immune system. The stronger our immune system is, the less susceptible we are to infections vice versa. So it is extremely important that we keep our immune system in tip-top condition so that we can keep diseases at bay. 

Researchers have indicated that Virgin Coconut Oil may be a promising natural remedy to boost the immune system battling against a large number of infectious diseases caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites. Consuming a few tablespoons of Virgin Coconut Oil will provide the body with a natural source of pathogen-fighting nutrients.

How ItWorks!?
  • During digestion, the Virgin Coconut Oil is broken down to its most basic forms of free fatty acid and monoglycerides. These comprise mostly of medium chain fatty acid types that have remarkable and proven antipathogenic properties, which in turn neutralize the harmful effects of viruses, bacterias and fungis.
  • The neutralization of these organisms reduces overall pathogenic loads in our bodies and frees up the immune system to work on contaminants that are neutralized by the Virgin Coconut Oil, effectively improving the overall strength of the immune system.

So remember, with just a few tablespoons of Virgin Coconut Oil a day, you do your immune system a favor by boosting up its efficacy. A strong immune system goes a long way in keeping infections away.