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Are there differences on the effects of coconut oil when it's eaten with a grated raw carrot and when it's eaten with the other foods (like adding it to OJ, or using it to fried an egg)?
 

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j. said:
Are there differences on the effects of coconut oil when it's eaten with a grated raw carrot and when it's eaten with the other foods (like adding it to OJ, or using it to fried an egg)?

What I remember Peat writing was that the
carrot, coconut oil, and salt
each had their own antibiotic properties.
So kinduv a synergistic effect I guess.

He said that the carrot was, nutritionally, a "subtractive"
(I think that was the term he used?),
but it was the carrot's antibiotic fiber
that made it valuable.
 
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narouz said:
What I remember Peat writing was that the
carrot, coconut oil, and salt
each had their own antibiotic properties.
So kinduv a synergistic effect I guess

Is salt supposed to go with the raw carrot?
 

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j. said:
narouz said:
What I remember Peat writing was that the
carrot, coconut oil, and salt
each had their own antibiotic properties.
So kinduv a synergistic effect I guess

Is salt supposed to go with the raw carrot?

Yes, as I recall, all three: carrot, CO, and salt.
They kinduv work together.
 

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