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When we set out to create the perfect Keto Snack, our aim was to develop a bar that was truly low in net carbs, free from sugar and high in good fat! One that didn't kick you out of ketosis!
Caprylic Acid Triglycerides (60% C8 MCT oil, 40% C10 MCT oil).
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Net (digestible) carbs are broken down into individual sugar units and absorbed into your bloodstream. However, your body processes sugar alcohols differently than digestible carbs and they have little impact on blood sugar.
The sugar alcohols we use in KetoKeto have little impact on blood sugar and insulin. This is why our net impact carbs are so low and perfect for Keto!
MCT oil is a highly concentrated source of medium-chain triglycerides. Medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) are fats found in foods like coconut oil. They’re metabolized differently than the long-chain triglycerides (LCT) found in most other foods. Triglyceride is simply the technical term for fat. Triglycerides have two main purposes. They’re either burned for energy or stored as body fat. MCT oil is most commonly extracted from coconut oil, as more than 50% of the fat in coconut oil comes from MCTs.
Although currently MCT oil doesn’t have a defined tolerable upper intake level, a maximum daily dose of 4–7 tablespoons (60–100 mL) has been suggested. Most studies conducted have used between 1–5 tablespoons (15–74 mL) daily. Start with small doses, such as 1 teaspoon (5 mL) and increasing intake slowly. Once tolerated, MCT oil can be taken by the tablespoon.
Yes, our MCT oil is flavourless and odourless so it can be taken on its own or added to other foods, or dinks such as coffee or smoothies. Adding a teaspoon per person of MCT Oil to food is the secret of maintaining sufficient ketones all day long. Metabolizing the MCT Oil effectively and maintains optimum ketones throughout the day, ideally try not to flush the oil through your system undigested.