Steve had an MRI at the end of April 2010. His previous MRI was nearly two years ago, just about the time we started using the coconut oil, in June 2008. I am very pleased to report that Steve's MRI was reported as "stable" compared to the previous study. In contrast, his MRI went from normal in 2004 to having significant atrophy by 2008. Normally with Alzheimer's disease, the brain would continue to atrophy over such a two year period. This is quite encouraging, to think that medium chain triglycerides might be responsible for heading off the process of brain atrophy.
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