Dr. Bruce Fife – The Coconut Cures

by on June 29, 2011      

in Health & Wellness

Dr. Bruce Fife

Dr. Bruce Fife

Coconut oil got a fair share of bad press in the 1980s on the claim that saturated fats are unhealthy. But did its detractors and the media miss something important? As with the coconut itself, it takes some work to get to the heart of the matter – so we invited naturopathic doctor and coconut oil guru Dr. Bruce Fife to help us crack open the shell of the mysterious island fruit. Dr. Bruce Fife, the author of Coconut Cures, Coconut Water for Health and Healing, and The Coconut Oil Miracle, makes a compelling case for the healing properties inherent to coconut, which has long been used in traditional Asian and Pacific medicine. Some Pacific populations consider it a miracle cure; its broad applicability in medicine makes it difficult to argue. Coconut has been shown to be strongly antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal, and notably improves the functioning of many glands and organs; it supports dental, respiratory, and digestive health; the list goes on and on. Maybe the real question is, “What can’t coconut do?” Don’t miss this interview as Dr. Bruce Fife sheds new light on one of nature’s most misunderstood gifts.

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1 RA CHANDIRAMOULISWARA October 30, 2011 at 7:42 am

the site is very informative and genuine. pl send news letters and oblige.


2 Kim Greenhouse October 31, 2011 at 6:55 am

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We appreciate it very much. Kim Greenhouse


3 Rafael Hernandez February 28, 2013 at 1:09 pm

I personally used coconut oil to cure my hypo-thyroidsm.


4 Stan Johnson June 21, 2013 at 5:24 am

Kim, with Bruce
I have just found this first interview with Bruce Fife. What I use is a one of those things they use to get wine corks out, thats the one with the little levers you push down after you have screwed it in. It works well and pulls out a plug of coconut just like a cork. Also I use a rubber mallet while the coconut is lying on its side, this method does not break the shell into peices but makes a clean break with no mess.


5 Stan Johnson June 21, 2013 at 5:29 am

Sorry Kim forgot to mention for anybody that is a little confused, the corkscrew is screwed into one of the eyes on the coconut so you can get the water out


6 Richdragon July 1, 2013 at 5:22 pm

Your book contains great data/ health restoration information.
I wish President Obama would get his aging mother in law on the coconut oil ASAP,
and, show the world what Brain benefit take’s place while viewing the transformation in her health.

Aging doesn’t have to be ailing.

Rich dragon.

PS. At the same time he should get the FDA of the Pharmaceuticals payroll and back on the people’s True Health Role (the Regan gift to his own demise, this is our Planet and no oders!)


7 SAN December 19, 2014 at 1:58 pm



8 Nat August 4, 2013 at 5:57 pm

I am fascinated by the health benefits of VCO. Where can I get to purchase Bruce Fife’s books on Coconut in wholesale quantities.



9 Judi Weislo August 20, 2015 at 11:19 am

I have been coconut pulling for a week, and YOWSA…my symptoms just keep getting worse. I KNOW, I’ve been very sick with a multitude of health issues for a YEARS now, so I don’t expect overnight miracles. YET, I don’t know if this is going to help either. I’m scare to do it, and scared not to. I’ve tried a lot. If I do anything that effects Candida or any microbial issue (Iodine, Coconut, etc.) my body goes nuts. My holistic doc says I have had a long history of Candida overgrowth, which has really knocked me for a loop BIG time. I’ve read that “die off” or healing can take much longer than a week or two. I’m freaked out, because so many people feel much better from coconut pulling, but I seem to feel worse.


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