coconut oil - Diabetes Type 1 is curable!

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A wonderful food for diabetics:
The fiber in the coconut lowers the glycemic index of a meal.
That was found in this study.
So it makes sense to mix coconut flour or grated coconut into the meals or, for example, add coconut flour when baking. Especially fresh coconut lowers blood sugar despite the carbohydrate content of 15 g per 100 g! For on the go or if there are no fresh coconuts available, you can also use coconut chips (dried coconut pieces).
Coconut oil (which does not contain fiber) also lowers the glycemic index of a high-carbohydrate meal. So cooking with coconut oil can be helpful for diabetes.
In addition, coconut oil can be used to replace carbohydrates as part of a low-carbohydrate diet (low carb or ketogenic), as it is a good source of energy. This also contributes to lower blood sugar.
Coconut oil is also the only fat that has the property that it does not require any digestive enzymes from the bile or pancreas for digestion. This makes it very digestible and a quick and easy energy supplier.

Here is an excerpt from the book "The Healing Power of Coconut" by Bruce Fife, in which the effect of coconut oil on the metabolism is explained.
“Coconut oil is possibly one of the best foods for diabetics. Glucose and long-chain fatty acids need insulin to get into the cells. The medium-chain fatty acids in coconut oil, on the other hand, cannot, they can easily pass through the cell membrane without insulin. And additionally they can also get into the mitochondria without any help. Mitochondria are the cells' energy-producing organs. They convert glucose or fatty acids into the energy that the cell needs for its metabolism and its own survival. "
“... medium-chain fatty acids can provide nourishment to the cell independently of the existing insulin. When you eat coconut oil, you give your cells a boost of energy. If the pancreas does not produce enough insulin or if the cells are insulin-resistant, it does not matter, medium-chain fatty acids can still nourish the cells. This keeps capillaries and blood vessels alive and healthy, and it helps prevent atherosclerosis from developing. "
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