This Coconut Oil Gives You A Natural Barrier After the Shower

I am going to be giving you all some ground-breaking tea about Albert Einstein’s dumb ass.  Apparently, he was completely wrong about the theory of relativity.  So wrong, in fact, I am going to have to issue my first retraction?

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Another tall ass roller coaster has opened in Ohio. I know you don’t really need that information. But in case you were wondering, it has a 90-degree angle drop and I want to go on it right now! OMG.

Have you ever been to Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio? This time of year, makes me think of skipping class in high school.

I stayed my ass at home on those days, but it was common to hear stories of people driving all the way to an amusement park like Cedar Point.

Those roller coasters can either make you shit your pants or get your entire life. Either outcome has a beautifying effect on your skin because it promotes blood flow.

Well, that’s what I would assume because it’s that time of year to start cleaning out your dusty ass house and planning summer vacations.
I will be going back to Colorado, yessssssss.

Just because winter is over doesn’t mean you can start jumping for joy, though. All winter you have neglected your pores. You are not forgiven bitch. You are not allowed to forget about your body.

Not only is your outside ashy, so are your insides.

This natural oil I am going to share with you has healed my skin nearly instantly, and it keeps it moisturized. The oil I use is something tried and true and its my secret to beautiful skin. Yes, I said beauty.

And it can be found in the baking aisle. Next to the foil pans. I have been using this regimen for nearly a decade with excellent results.

Our reality keeps getting more and more bizarre, as I do research. Today, we are going to be diving into some cool stuff.

I am going to be giving you all some ground-breaking tea about Albert Einstein’s dumb ass. Apparently, he was completely wrong about the theory of relativity. So wrong, in fact, I am going to have to issue my first retraction?

Yes, retraction. And I could not be happier.
Later, stick around for a recap of season 1. We are going to be revisiting the topic of bacteria living everywhere inside and outside the body.

The audio:

It’s that time of year again, honey. Do you remember when it was spring time as a kid. You were so excited for daylight savings time because it meant that you got to greet the fat birds on your way to school.

It was time to bust out my tennis shoes and throw my boots in the back of the closet. It meant something big was happening. Better yet, Spring finally broke, and it’s time to take off your bubble coat.

In the mornings, to this day, it’s still hard to tell before you go to work, whether you need your coat because yesterday afternoon it was warm.

But I always remember making the terrible choice of walking outside with too much Vaseline on. Like, so much that it was necessary for my sensitive skin after the shower.

My skin was always dry as a bone and my mother made sure I glistened before I left the house. But that soul glow was deceiving. That layer of Vaseline was supposed to protect my skin from the elements. It did.

Unfortunately, it was too protective because there were times where I did not feel the cold. Well, obviously, Vaseline is not a form of insulation.

But because it delayed my response to the exchange of heat with the outside air, I would always be too far up the street to turn back home to grab my coat.
I walked to school when I was a kid. Those were the good old days, but this time of year always reminded that critical mistake.

Because its name is literally petroleum, I don’t use Vaseline as much as I used to. Other moisturizers simply don’t work for my advanced dry skin. I keep a small amount, just in case.

But on majority of days, I use natural oils. Specifically, cold pressed, organic, virgin coconut oil. I use it every day after the shower to not only moisturize my skin with the lipids of the coconut fruit, but to lock in the water that is already on top of the skin.

A randomized double-blind clinical trial, reported by Dermatology Times, compared virgin coconut oil with widely used mineral oil on 34 people with chronically dry skin. Long story short, coconut oil can moisturize the skin just as well as other natural oils like sunflower seed oil and almond oil.

The difference with coconut oil is not only its ability to heal and prevent dry skin, but the way it forms a barrier with the microbes on the skin.

Dermatology Times states that this study demonstrates coconut oil’s ability to decrease bad bacteria on the skin while the ones that protect us. In a similar study, mineral oil does not have this naturally occurring antibiotic effect.

What kind of virgin coconut oil should you buy?

  • Cold-pressed
  • This preserves the nutrients of the coconut.
  • Do not buy expeller pressed or any form of coconut oil that was heated. If you did, the oil may have lost its naturally occurring healing abilities.
  • Unrefined
  • You may feel some gritty-ness in the jar, but that is natural.
  • Keep in mind you want to absorb the nutrients of the coconut, so you do not want to compromise quality.
  • Organic
  • Make sure no unnecessary chemicals were added during the processing of this oil.

What are the benefits of using coconut oil on my skin?

  • Increased skin hydration:
  • Because of the natural fatty acids, you skin absorbs the oil and keeps what you already have.
  • Its important to use this directly after the shower. Pat yourself dry before applying.
  • Increased Lipid levels
  • You are getting the benefits of fat in your diet without eating it. Your skin needs fat, so the fatty acid chains in this natural oil integrate into the skin instantly.
  • Increased natural barrier from infections
  • Several kinds of bacteria cannot live when you smother them with natural oils. Only the good bacteria flourish.
    (Source Citation: Lio, Peter. "The surprising benefits of coconut oil in skin therapy." Dermatology Times Mar. 2016: 9+. Business Insights: Global. Web. 7 Apr. 2019.)
    We have all heard the phrase, you are what you eat, and in this case, the opposite is true. You are what you don’t eat. You are what is left behind after your body purges itself of toxins.

Can we revisit the topic of the microbes that live all around us? Inside of us and outside of use? There is a video on YouTube from scientists from Stanford university. They have uncovered some interesting secrets about your digestive system.

The food we eat has a direct link to our immune systems. By understanding how bacteria inside your gut interacts with your body, these scientists suggest that, illnesses like diabetes, are merely the body attacking itself.

Their studies, uncovering the mysteries of a new organ called the Resident Microbiota, have seemed to uncover small tweaks in your diet that can undo years of damage.

Fiber is important

When you eat foods that are rich in fiber, like broccoli and whole grains, your cells cannot do much with them. According to the Stanford University Sonnenberg Lab, that is a good thing.

During your dinner’s trip through twenty feet of your intestines, your body takes what its needs, mainly water, vitamins, and minerals, and lets the rest travel all the way down.

By the time you are ready to expel our waste, good bacteria that controls your immune system, also absorbs what it needs to survive. Keep in mind that you must feed trillions of organisms.

These Stanford scientists, have all kinds of research that show that a lot of people are not eating properly and that may be the cause of their illnesses.

Auto-immune disorders linked to gut

When good bacteria residing in your gut does not have enough fiber to make digestion easy, it must rely on your body’s natural defenses. A lining of mucus that prevents the acid from burning your stomach lining, has a similar purpose down in the gut.

Mucus in the gut prevents good bacteria from telling your immune system to fight against infection. The Sonnenberg lab believes that your health is directly related to bacterial ‘false alarms’ that weaken the body.

How to fix it an imbalance of gut bacteria?

  • Naturally Detox (email me for product suggestions)
  • Drink alkaline water
  • Mind your business
  • Eat fermented foods
  • Sour Dough Bread
  • Yogurt
  • Pickles
  • Apple Cider Vinegar
  • Kombucha
  • Sauerkraut
  • Cheese
  • Wine
  • Black Garlic
  • Ginger Ale
  • Beer
  • Kimchi
  • Miso
  • Fish Sauce
  • Tempeh

So, we have come to the end of our time today. Thank you so much for listening. Before I let you go, I wanted to issue a retraction. During season 2 of Center of the Sun, we focused on the scientific achievements of Albert Einstein. Though I am not a physicist, intuitively, I knew that his ideas regarding the speed of light and general relativity were too complicated to be true.

But because it was drilled into us since the day we were born, that we surrounded by atoms and even smaller parts of the universe. Particles and strings make up our reality.
Well, if you have made it this far, thank you so much for your patience. I would like to retract my acknowledge of Albert Einstein as a thought leader regarding the true nature of our universe.

It has come to my attention that Albert Einstein was wrong. Not only wrong, but dead wrong. So wrong that we have proven him wrong to solidify his theories as true.

Theoretical Physicist and author of Physics of the Impossible, Michio Kau, describes the experiments in Geneva, Switzerland that has dismantled our entire understanding of the universe.

Basically, scientists have proven that light is not the fastest thing in the universe. The foundations of modern physics are being called into question. Our world is ending. This is the true apocalypse and it does not involve zombies.

Luckily, the government has already known about all of this shit. Otherwise our world would not be the way that it is. All Wifi and nuculear medicine would be wrong. The public is being told things slowly. So I gues we can’t be that mad.

So what’s next? We are going to be discovering the soul. We are going to start integrating technology into our bodies. We already do it with deep brain stimulation.

What’s the solution to Albert Einstein’s mistake? Well, its magnetism. Thank you for listening.

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