Arterial Plaque Changes Tested On Bp Diet
I have read a load of information on MCT oil supplementation lately. Scientific tests on mice, Apes, humans, forum posts of many people.
Just to determine what it can do and what it has done to people in a long-run.
Here's what I have found:
1. Mood and brain improvements.
2. Testosterone and hormone boost.
3. 90 percent experienced weight loss (due to testosterone I guess - cause it is usually reported by men, whie many women struggle)
4. Blood lipid profile is changed drastically by LDL going over 200 for so many people.
Also I have found a story of a korean professor who has died of a heart attack on december 2013 and just months before that he reported how supplementing with coconut oil and mct has worsened his health in a year, resulting in 80-95 percent artery clogs.
Since he is a bit famous person and a doctor his death is reported online by not-MCT marketed websites - so it is a fact.
Robert K. Su is his name - you can google him.
http://www.carbohydratescankill.com/forums/general-questions/negative-about-coconut-oil/page-3 is the forum where he wrote what starting supplementing with coconut oil did to his health which he said started to worsen since he started taking it in 2009.
So my question to all BP practitioners is - who of you has done ultrasound artery scan or other scans to determine actual percentage of plaque build up in artery linings?
This is I would say if not the most important subject to research about MCT, cause LDL is known to cause plaque build up, and almost inevibly your LDL doubles on MCT oil. So please share facts, as any kind of short-term MCT energy benefits are valuable only if it doesn't clog arteries.
I would also encourage long-term BP practitioners to go for artery scan if it is cheap for you to do so - as enthusiasm of this forum is wonderful, however we absolutely need to be informed of its actual eefect on artery health.