MCT oil Coconut 32 fl Oz.
PURE MCT OIL : Caprylic Acid 60-75%,Capric Acid 30-40%
Source of Oil : Coconut
100% PURE MCT OIL (Capric / Caprylic Triglycerides) 32 FL Oz. (946ml.) DIETARY SUPPLEMENT
Naturally Sourced 100% Pure MCT Oil
Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCT’s) are unique , easily digestible , plant based fats . In Indian diet most of the fats and oils are consist of Long chain triglycerides (LCTs) , which , in excess , are stored as fat. However MCTs don’t behave like LCTs & other fats . MCTs are smaller and more easily digested by the body.MCT oil is one of the fastest source of clean fuel for body and brain.
Many studies indicates that - MCTs encourage increased energy expenditure, while simultaneously decreasing fat storages and preserving lean muscle. MCTs are efficient source of easily absorbed , rapidly utilized energy for athletes , bodybuilders and for those who are on weight loss programs & adhering to low carb diets. Additionally, MCTs are helpful for individuals with malabsorption issues and difficulties utilizing LCTs.
MCT oil can be added to smoothies and used as a substitute for conventional oils in salad dressing, etc. It is not recommended for use in frying due to its low smoke point. MCT is free from any odor or flavored. It will surely give you natural sustained energy.
Marvelous Benefits & features of Sharrets MCT oil
100% Coconut sourced (NO PALM OIL)
Non GMO , Gluten & Dairy free
Mixes with Coffee ,Shakes & Yogurt.
No sweetener , No color , No Flavor , No Preservative .
Promotes Weight loss and preserve lean body
Enhance energy and maximizes athletic endurance.
Support brain health and ketogenic diet
Helps protect against degenerative appetite
Support immune system function and cardiovascular health
Nutrition Facts :
Amount per Serving of 15ml (1 tablespoon)
Enegy 124.5 K cal
Total Fat 15g
Saturated fat 15g
Trans fat 0g
Protein 0 g
Typically providing MCT’s (fatty acids)composition :
Caprylic Acid (C8) 60-75%
Capric Acid (C10) 30-40%
Ingredients: 100% Pure MCT oil (caprylic/ capric triglycerides)
Suggested use: Take 1 tablespoon, 1 to 4 times daily
CAUTION : MCT oil may cause a mild laxative effect , but with continued use , your body should adjust to this . Start with lower doses and increase your tolerance.
Not recommended for cooking due to its relatively low boiling point.
Allergen Information : Contains Coconut
Does NOT contain: Wheat, gluten, corn, yeast, soy, animal or dairy products .
Does not contain Seasame oil , Cottonseed oil , Castor oil , Mineral oil and or Argemome oil.
Keep out of reach of Children . Store in a cool , dry place
This product is not intended to be used with a standard diet. For best results, should be taken in conjunction with a healthy ketogenic diet and regular exercise program.
Important : Results may vary from individual to individual . Information and statements made are for education purposes and are not intended to replace the advice of your doctor. Sharrets Nutritions does not dispense medical advice, prescribe, or diagnose illness. The views and nutritional advice expressed by Sharrets Nutritions are not intended to be a substitute for conventional medical service. If you have a severe medical condition or health concern, see your physician. Product pictures are for illustrative purposes only and may vary from the original packing.
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