MCT Stands for Medium-chain Triglycerides. The Length of Each Fatty Acid Depends on Its Chemical Structure. The Medium Chain Fatty Acid Has a Length of 6-10 Carbon Atoms. This Is Considered Short, Enabling Very Easy Digestion of This Type of Fatty Acid.
MCT Oil Is Popular With Athletes and Consumers Following a Ketogenic Diet. Instead of the Body Storing This Fat, It Can Be Used as Fuel.
Types of MCT Oil
MCT Oil Is an Oil Product Based on Coconut Fatty Acids and Is 100% Neutral in Smell, Taste, and Colour. The Product Is Available in Two Different Proportions of Capryl (C8) and Capric (C10) Fatty Acids.
Spack Can Offer the Following MCT Oils:
Conventional MCT Oil C8 – Containing 99% C8 Fatty Acids
Conventional MCT Oil 60/40 – Containing a C8 and C10 Fatty Acid Mix
Organic MCT Oil C8 – Containing 95% C8 Fatty Acids
Organic MCT Oil 60/40 – Containing a C8 and C10 Fatty Acid Mix
Spack’s MCT Oils Are All Derived From Coconut Oil and Free of Palm Oil.
MCT Oil Is Added to Coffee, Smoothies, and Salad Dressings. A Well Known Variant Is the “bullet Proof’ Coffee, Which Can Be Found in Certain Restaurants and Luxury Coffee Shops.