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Coconut Oil Liquid

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93% MCT's.  Sourced from premium, non-GM coconuts.

About this product

Natures Aid Liquid Coconut Premium Oil is sourced from premium, non-GM coconuts and is not hydrogenated making it a healthier alternative to traditional cooking oils and a great way to add extra flavour to your favourite dishes.

Pure Coconut Oil

  • From premium, Non-GM coconuts
  • Non-hydrogenated
  • 100% Active ingredients

Great Flavour!

  • Taste & flavour of fresh coconuts
  • Adds extra flavour to your favourite dishes
  • Healthier alternative to traditional cooking oils

93% Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCTs) Provides 13g of medium chain triglycerides per tablespoon

Awards

2014 - Winner - Best Food & Drink (Health Food Business)
2015 - Best Food & Drink (Naturally Good Health) - Winner
2015 - Best Food & Drink (Natural Lifestyle) - Winner

More Information
CategoriesHeart Health, Superfood Cooking Oils, Metabolic Support and Award-Winning
StatusLiquid Oil
Form & Pack SizeLiquid Oil. Pack Size: 250ml.
Dosage InstructionsGreat for use on salads, marinades, dressings and for high temperature cooking.
Age RestrictionNone
Packaging250ml clear glass bottle
EFSA approved claimsNone

Per 100ml

Energy KJ and kcal

3700kJ/899 kcal

Fat 

99.9g
of which: 
Saturated Fats 93.8g
Monounsaturated fats4.3g

Polyunsaturated fats

1.8g
Carbohydrates 0g
of which: 
Sugars0g
Fibre0g
Protein 0g
Salt 0g

Saturated Fatty Acids

Caprylic Acid C:8 (MCT)

52.7g

Capric Acid C:10 (MCT)

37.6g

Lauric Acid C:12 (MCT)

5.5g

Myristic Acid C:14

1.9g

Palmitic Acid C:16

1g
Stearic Acid C:180.2g

Pure Coconut Oil

Vegetarian & Vegan. No artificial colours or flavours.

FREE FROM: GM, Gluten, Wheat, Yeast, Dairy, Lactose, Salt, Sugar and Starch.

Many advocates of MCT oil suggest adding it to black coffee, smoothies or shakes. It may cause a feeling of nausea initially, so starting with a small amount and working up to the suggested dose (1 tablespoon) is probably best for those who do want to give it a go.

MCT Oil: Reviewing the Evidence

With the popularity of ketogenic diets and the ‘bullet-proof’ coffee regime, one food which appears to be gaining popularity in the weight loss arena is MCT Oil. Nutritionist Jenny Logan reviews the research behind MCT and how helpful it may actually be.