What makes MCT oil special is its chemical make-up and how it is processed by the body. When digested, MCTs are absorbed straight into the gut, sent into the bloodstream and moved directly to the liver. This is much more efficient than how LCTs are processed.
When in the liver, MCTs are converted into ketones and either used instantly for energy or stored in the liver for later use. Once MCTs become ketones, they can then be distributed throughout the body to your brain, heart, kidney and muscles.
Ketones are created when your body converts fat into energy during a process called ketosis. This process boosts your body’s ability to burn fat, which is why it is popular for dieting and weight loss.
The Sally-Ann Creed MCT oil has a ratio of 65% C8 and 35% C10.
Whether you choose oil or powder, sticking with high-quality MCT supplements is vital. Low-quality MCT supplements have unhealthy fillers, poor-quality MCTs, impurities, and other problems that you’re better off avoiding.
Dosage and directions: Use 1/2 to 3 tablespoons, start with 1/2 tablespoon. May use in coffee, smoothies or salad dressing
Ingredients: Coconut derived caprylic/capric triglyceride and glycerine (65% C8 / 35% C10)
Allergens: Packed in a factory that handles tree nuts and oats (gluten)
Storage instructions: Keep out of reach of children. This product should be stored at temperatures below 25°C, in a dry place. Keep away from odour intensive products
Halaal and Kosher friendly
This information is not meant to prevent, diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Nor does it take the place of professional medical advice. If professional assistance is needed, a qualified physician or licensed health care practitioner should be consulted.
This unregistered health product has not been evaluated by the South African Health Products Regulatory Authority (SAHPRA) for its quality, safety or intended use.