The name MCT oil comes from the words Medium Chain Triglycerides. Common MCT oils on the market are derived from both coconut and oil palm kernel oil. CocoVi MCT oil is made from 100% coconut.
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Cocovi MCT Oil. The Cocovi line of health products.
The name MCT oil comes from the words Medium Chain Triglycerides. Common MCT oils on the market are derived from both coconut and oil palm kernel oil. CocoVi MCT Oil is made from 100% coconut and contains only medium chain fatty acids, as well as caprylic acid (C-8) and capric acid (C-10). MCT oil fatty acids are absorbed more easily by the body than other fats.
Therefore, especially athletes and weight lossers have preferred this colorless and tasteless oil for decades as an energy source that promotes fat metabolism. The oil is also used in the treatment of fat malabsorption and to support the ketogenic diet. The popularity of MCT oil has increased significantly over the past year, among other things due to the emergence of “bulletproof coffee”. Many people now like to start the day with coffee, with added MCT oil, which provides stable energy and slows down the absorption of caffeine.
If you consume MCT oil that is made from oil palm kernel oil (sometimes referred to as “fractionated palm oil” on the packaging), we recommend checking that the manufacturer is RSPO certified (Certified Sustainable Palm Oil), otherwise using oil palm is one of the most ethically questionable things you can do. is made in the food industry.
1 tablespoon (15 ml) 1-3 times a day. The tasteless and odorless oil is suitable for adding to any food or drink. However, it is not recommended to use the oil at high temperatures (above 160 degrees), because then the chemical structure of the oil starts to break down and the taste becomes bitter. MCT oil is often used with coffee or other hot drinks.
Storage: At room temperature. After opening, store in a refrigerator or other cool place.
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