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Eradication of H. Pylori shown to improve hypoglycemia
H. Pylori may contribute to hypoglycemia
H. Pylori may lead to lower glucose concentrations in women and should be
considered when interpreting concentrations bordering on diabetes
Both obesity and type II diabetes may be associated with an increased
incidence of H. pylori-colonization
Relationship between Helicobacter pylori infection and Alzheimer disease
Monolaurin 300 MG - 90 Capsules - Cardiovascular Research
Ingredients - Calcium, Monolaurin, Inosine Other Ingredients: Dicalcium phosphate, cellulose powder and silicon dioxide.
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Note: According to the manufacturer's product
representative, take 6 tablets, first thing in the morning on an empty
stomach in order to get the best results. She mentioned that if you
don't see a positive difference after following these instructions for a
month then you probably don't have a problem that monolaurin will help. For further questions, call
Suzanne at 1-800-952-0432.
Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum's Treatment Protocol for
Fibromyalgia & Chronic Fatigue Syndrome recommends the following:"Take
9 capsules once a day on an empty stomach for 1 week, followed by 6 capsules
once a day for 20 days. Take lysine 1500 mg twice a day while on Monolaurin."
According to several
sources, an effective dose is 1800 mg to 2400 mg per day.
Monolaurin is made from lauric acid and is a patented ester
of lauric acid. Lauric acid is a naturally occurring substance found
in mothers milk and coconut oil. Monolaurin possesses anti-viral,
anti-fungal, anti-protozoal and anti-bacterial properties. It has
been found to destroy
lipid coated viruses such as the flu, HIV, HHV-6 (strains A and B), EBV
and CMV to name a few. It's helpful in treating h. pylori, the
bacterial infection that causes ulcers. It may also be helpful in improving the
immune system's anti-inflammatory response.
Monolaurin is thought to have the potential to kill certain fat coated
viruses by causing the fatty coat to become liquid which then leads to the
disintegration of viral particles that were inside the fatty envelope.
According to the
Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients: Antiviral intervention for
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, monolaurin has been shown to be active
against influenza virus, pneumovirus, paramyxovirus (Newcastle),
morbillivirus (rubeola), coronavirus (avian infectious, bronchitis virus),
herpes simplex I & II, CMV, EBV, and HIV. They state that it is also
effective against yeast and fungi, staphylococcus aureus and streptococcus
agalactiae, chlamydia trachomatis, candida albicans, giardia lamblia,
ringworm, H. pylori and gonorrhea.
Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
ImmuneSupport.com reports that
Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum's Treatment Protocol for
Fibromyalgia & Chronic Fatigue Syndrome calls for 9/300 mg capsules once a
day on an empty stomach for 1 week, followed by 6 capsules once a day for 20
days. He recommends taking lysine 1500 mg twice a day while on Monolaurin.
The high activity of monolaurin against H. pylori suggests that
be useful as an active ingredient in pharmaceutical formulations.1
An in vitro (test tube) study at Georgetown University found
monolaurin to be effective against h. pylori. The study concluded that
monolaurin might prove useful in conjunction with origanum alone or combined
with antibiotics in the prevention and treatment of severe bacterial
infections, especially those that are difficult to treat and/or are
In-vitro tests showed that Monolaurin inhibits the growth of
Information suggests that monolaurin may be helpful for those with
aids. For further information please see:
Monolaurin - AIDS Treatment
1. Bergsson G, Steingrimsson O, Thormar H.,
"Bactericidal effects of fatty acids and monoglycerides on Helicobacter
Int J Antimicrob Agents. 2002 Oct;20(4):258-62
Entrez PubMed Abstract
2. Clarke NM, May JT., "Effect of antimicrobial factors in human milk
on rhinoviruses and milk-borne cytomegalovirus in vitro"
J Med Microbiol. 2000 Aug;49(8):719-23.
3. Preuss HG, Echard B, Enig M, Brook I, Elliott TB., "Minimum
inhibitory concentrations of herbal essential oils and monolaurin for
gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria.", Mol Cell Biochem. 2005
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