Natures Aid 100% MCT Oil, Premium Coconut Oil

500 ml (derived from Pure & Natural Non-G.M. Coconuts)

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MCT Oil is believed to be metabolised more easily by the body than standard Coconut Oil, due to the removal of Long Chain Fatty Acids (LCFA), frequently called "free fatty acids" or "nonesterified fatty acids". Natures Aid MCT Oil is sustainably sourced from non-GMO ingredients. It contains Pure Premium Coconut Oil. It's also manufactured in the UK to GMP and Pharmaceutical standards and is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

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100% Pure MCT Oil

MCT oil is believed to be metabolised more easily by the body than standard coconut oil due to the removal of long-chain fatty acids.

Natures Aid MCT Oil is sustainably sourced from non-GMO ingredients. It and contains pure premium coconut oil and is manufactured in the UK to GMP and Pharmaceutical standards. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

  • MCT oils are rapidly absorbed and are thought to provide a useful energy.
  • With the popularity of ketogenic diets and the 'bullet-proof' coffee regime, one food which appears to be gaining popularity in the weight loss arena is MCT Oil. Many advocates of MCT oil suggest adding it to black coffee, smoothies or shakes.
  • MCT stands for Medium Chain Triglycerides - a type of fat which is low in our diets, and which has had a lot of interest in recent years.
  • Generally, MCT oil is sourced from coconut oil. Coconut oil usually contains MCT's combined with other long-chain fatty acids, making it an extremely healthy and stable cooking oil.
  • MCT oil has had these other longer chain fats removed, increasing the provision of Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCTs). There are 4 different MCTs - Caproic, Caprylic, Capric and Lauric. Caprylic and Capric are considered to be excellent sources of energy. MCT oil is better than coconut oil as a source of MCTs, since it contains higher amounts of caprylic and capric acid.

NOTE: It may cause a feeling of nausea initially, so starting with a small amount and working up to the suggested dose (1 tablespoon) is probably best for those who do want to give it a go.

This MCT oil is conditioned in an inert amber glass bottle to guarantee the quality of the solution.

Protect from light and store at room temperature.

About Natures Aid

Natures Aid are a huge name in the natural health landscape. They've been developing and supplying top quality nutritional supplements all over the world since 1981.

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