Lauric acid can be ingested in coconut oil and your body will convert it into monolaurin, but researchers are unsure of the conversion rates. Because of this, it's impossible to say how much coconut oil you would need to ingest to receive a therapeutic dose of monolaurin.
CONURA provides a direct source of monolaurin, which effectively kills disease causing bacteria, virus and fungi. Human breast milk is on average 6.2% lauric acid, and breastfeeding provides infants their introduction to monolaurin.
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