Nature’s Way 100% Potency Pure Source MCT Oil From Coconut- Certified Paleo, Certified Vegan- Non-GMO Project Verified, Vegetarian, Gluten-free, Flavorless, No Filler Oils, Hexane-free- 16 Fluid Ounce

November 28, 2018 - Comment

Nature’s Way; Trust The Leaf: from developing science-based formulas and utilizing top-quality ingredients to adhering to current Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), you can always feel confident about our products. Product Features MEDIUM CHAIN TRIGLYCERIDES (MCTs) FROM COCONUT. 100% Potency. Non-GMO Project Verified. 14 grams per serving. See Supplement Facts for total fat and saturated fat

Nature’s Way; Trust The Leaf: from developing science-based formulas and utilizing top-quality ingredients to adhering to current Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), you can always feel confident about our products.

Product Features

  • MEDIUM CHAIN TRIGLYCERIDES (MCTs) FROM COCONUT. 100% Potency. Non-GMO Project Verified. 14 grams per serving. See Supplement Facts for total fat and saturated fat content
  • Pure Source, No Palm or Filler Oils, Only from premium coconuts, Flavorless and Odorless, Hexane-free
  • 100% MCTs: 14 grams of MCTs (including caprylic and capric acids) per serving. See Supplement Facts for total fat and saturated fat content
  • Dietary Supplement Uses: Mix into smoothies, shakes, coffee and other beverages or simply take by the tablespoon.
  • Vegetarian, BPA-Free bottle

Comments

Anonymous says:

If a nutritional company can’t provide specific breakdown of product ingredients I don’t feel comfortable using it After using MCT oil in coffee for a few months and doing more research on potential health benefits I called the company to confirm the type of MCT’s used in this product. There are four types of MCT molecules, C6, C8, C10, and C12.Coconut oil contains predominately C12, Lauric acid. Research has shown C8 to be most effective with respect to energy and weight management. Nature’s Way label states it includes C8 and C10, but does breakdown the ratio. Upon calling the company it was not able to provide a breakdown of %’s C8 and C10. I was surprised as this seems to be a common formulation question. If a nutritional company can’t provide specific breakdown of product ingredients I don’t feel comfortable using it. There are better options for MCT oil.

Anonymous says:

Good quality I really like this oil. Pure clean MCT oil. But a word of caution do not start off with the recommended one tablespoon, work your way up to it so that it doesn’t cause stomach upset.

Anonymous says:

Do NOT take more than 1 tablespoon at a time. Your bowels will thank me for that later.Bought this to combat Candida overgrowth and it has helped tremendously. You have to supplement with probiotics tho – this stuff will literally clean you out.

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