We’ve all seen many videos now of people pouring ice buckets over their head, it’s a 20 second video and they say something about ALS and that’s it.  What is ALS? and how is pouring ice over your head helping to treat or cure this disease? I see the world a little differently than most, and question what’s popular and so called ‘normal’ because there’s usually more to the story, and in this case it’s the truth.  Watch this video to find out if this ice bucket challenge is really helping ALS sufferers and where the money being raised is really going:

Remember, 27% of the money actually goes to research. 73% is who knows where. There has already been 10’s of millions of dollars poured into the current drug that the ALSA.org describes the drug Riluzole (Rilutek®) is frustrating because it’s not a perfect drug, and does not stop ALS. Yet they still recommend it? why? my guess, some sort of monetary gain to keep their ‘charity’ going and it’s better than telling 30,000 people in the US that you have nothing for them.

Let’s think more about what we put in our bodies and the way we treat disease. The answer isn’t as clear as looking in the mirror, sometimes, most times you have to do some digging.

Here’s the video about coconut oil reversing neurodegenerative diseases:

Here’s the coconut oil book on reversing [easyazon_link asin=”1591203198″ locale=”US” new_window=”default” nofollow=”default” tag=”httpyougotcom-20″ add_to_cart=”no” cloaking=”default” localization=”default” popups=”default”]Alzheimer’s Disease: What If There Was a Cure?[/easyazon_link].

Also, I don’t recommend microwaving your coconut oil, this will just harm the nutritional value of it.

Thanks for watching,

David Benjamin

P.S. This guy below looked at their financial statements apparently and found that only 7% goes to research. Now they have two stories on their website, isn’t that interesting? Maybe they increased the amount that goes to research over time? regardless, not much of the money actually goes to research. And that research just turns into another drug that doesn’t work when we can use that money to research coconut oil and plants that have the same ketogenic affect in the body.

Thanks for your time and considering viewing this differently, I hope you do because I know I sure do.

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