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KetoSource Pure C8 MCT oil

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KetoSource Pure C8 MCT oil
KetoSource Pure C8 MCT oil

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Ketosource pure c8 MCT oil

Coconut oil is extremely high in MCTs, boasting an MCT content of around 15%. Both coconut oil and MCT oil deliver around 116 calories per tablespoon. MCT oil is flavour-neutral whereas coconut oil tastes like coconuts (no surprise there) – this means MCT oil is more versatile as it can be used in more ways. Coconut oil also contains other oils, like Long-Chain Triglycerides, which don’t provide many health benefits.

Sure you can! But you will need to consume much higher amounts to get the same effects as you would from taking concentrated C8/C10 MCT oil. That’s because while coconut oil contains approximately 65% MCTs, 50% of that is lauric acid (C12) and only around 14% (combined) is C8 and C10 . This means that 100% pure C8 MCT oil is nearly ten times more concentrated than regular MCT oil (e.g., coconut oil).

There’s increasing scientific evidence supporting the use of MCT Oils for a range of different benefits. Studies have found that MCT Oils increase metabolic rate, although only by a small amount. There’s solid evidence that MCT Oils increase ketone levels, helping people lose weight by using fats as fuel instead of carbohydrates. This is why so many ketogenic diets recommend MCT consumption. Even if you’re not on a keto diet, MCT oils could benefit you by lowering cholesterol, increasing fat oxidation and improving cognitive function.

Let’s start with the best MCT oil in our opinion, our current favourite on the market. If you want an MCT oil with no additives, preservatives or unnecessary ingredients, we strongly suggest Performance Lab MCT. It’s the purest MCT oil available as its only ingredients are C8 and C10; it’s made from organic coconuts and distilled three times to ensure any unwanted MCTs, like C6 and C12, are removed. It is also free from gluten, soy and other allergens, and is a non-GMO and non-irradiated supplement that’s suitable for vegans. It is certified organic, and its manufacturing process is cGMP certified, ensuring the highest quality.

On the other hand, MCT oils take efficiency in the opposite direction. MCT oil is made of mostly C6 and C8, the two most usable energy options of the four for your body. This means that with pure C8 MCT oil you’ll be able to burn body fat faster than you would with coconut oil.

MCT Oil is an extremely versatile supplement. You can pour it onto a spoon and swallow it raw, but the oily texture can make some people feel nauseous. A better method of ingestion is mixing it into coffee or another hot drink. You can also add it to food. Use it as a coconut oil substitute and include it almost any recipe. People have been adding MCT oil to soups, porridge, smoothies and even roast dinners. If you’re using MCT oil for weight loss, bear in mind that it does contain calories so use it as an alternative to your traditional fat or dressings instead of an addition.

According to the purple label, Ketosource boosts ketone levels ‘3x more than other MCTs’. We’re not entirely sure how they’ve come to this conclusion. However, MCT Oil has been shown to boost ketone levels, so they’re probably referring to this.

If you want an MCT oil that doesn’t break the bank, we recommend Olimp MCT Oil. A 400ml bottle will set you back under £8.00. It contains high amounts of C8 and C10 as well as trace amounts of C6 and C12. Filtering out the ‘unwanted’ C6 and C12 would increase the cost of this MCT product. You should be aware, however, that C6 and C12 has been linked to gastric distress.

That said, in the interests of full disclosure, here’s where some people may have a problem with this product: it is made using palm oil instead of coconut oil, presumably to keep costs as low as possible. This doesn’t affect quality – the MCTs in Olimp MCT Oil are identical to those in any other MCT oil – but palm oil is controversial because of its detrimental impact on the environment.

This improves gut tolerability, a common issue with MCT oil. GI distress, indigestion, and diarrhoea can result in those new to MCT oils or if doses are over a tablespoon. Caprylic acid has a shorter hydrocarbon chain than capric and lauric acids. Therefore it seems to pass through the GI tract quicker. It is quickly moved out to the liver for metabolism. This may help to reduce the GI distress felt with MCT oils.

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