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Explore the full range of MCT oil products and discover the right one for you. MCT oils are healthy, medium-chain fatty acids derived from coconut oil that provide rapid release energy. Our range of MCT oil products are available for you to make the most of your diet and workout.

Bulletproof Brain Octane C8 MCT Oil Packets

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Bulletproof Brain Octane Softgels – 60ct

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Bulletproof Brain Octane Oil – 16oz (414ml)

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BulletProof InstaMix

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Onnit Vitamin D3 Spray in MCT Oil

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Onnit Emulsified MCT Oil

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Onnit Almond Milk Latte Emulsified MCT Oil

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Keto Krill Oil

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FAQs About MCT Oil Products

MCT oil is a type of oil that is made from medium-chain triglycerides, which are a type of saturated fat. MCT oil is typically derived from coconut oil and is used as a supplement to provide a quick source of energy and to support weight loss.

No, MCT oil is not just coconut oil. While MCT oil is often derived from coconut oil, it is processed to remove the long-chain triglycerides and concentrate the medium-chain triglycerides, making it a different product than coconut oil.

Some of the potential negative effects of MCT oil include digestive discomfort, such as upset stomach, diarrhea, and cramping. Additionally, excessive use of MCT oil can lead to the development of liver problems, as the liver is responsible for metabolizing the medium-chain triglycerides in the oil.

No, olive oil is not an MCT oil. Olive oil is primarily composed of monounsaturated fatty acids, which are a different type of fat than medium-chain triglycerides.

The choice between coconut oil and MCT oil depends on your specific needs and goals. Coconut oil contains both medium-chain and long-chain triglycerides, while MCT oil is specifically formulated to be a source of medium-chain triglycerides. If you are looking for a quick source of energy or to support weight loss, MCT oil may be a better choice, while if you are looking for a more general healthy oil, coconut oil may be the better option.

Foods high in MCTs include coconut oil, palm oil, butter, cheese, and milk. MCT oil supplements are also available for those who want a concentrated source of medium-chain triglycerides.