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Medium chain triglycerides (MCT) are fats composed of saturated fatty acids derived from vegetable fats, mainly coconut oil and palm oil. In liquid form they are characterised by their fluidity as well as their neutral taste and odour.
Differences between the MCT and ordinary oils and fats: MCT behave very similarly to carbohydrates in the liver. This means that fat deposits are avoided and they can be harnessed to generate energy: they provide 8.3 kcal per gram, which is more than twice as much as glucose.
- Athletes.To ensure an immediate energy provision that is higher than that of carbohydrates, whilst preventing the build-up of fatty deposits.
- High protein diets. With a very low content of lipids.
- Low-fat diets. They may include MCT as a fat component to achieve a faster metabolism, avoiding the accumulation of adipose tissue. They can also give more flavour to diet preparations.
INGREDIENTS: medium chain triglycerides (MCT), vitamin E (tocopheryl acetate), antioxidant (butylated hydroxyanisole).
RECOMMENDED CONSUMPTION: 1 tablespoon (7 ml) three times a day or two tablespoons a few minutes before exercise.
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