Take your endurance to new heights. Medium chain triglycerides are the perfect addition to any drink or recipe. Our MCT oil powder is less oily than regular MCT oil or coconut oil and thus easier on your stomach and effortless to mix. It's the perfect choice for people on the keto diet.*
The gut-brain connection influences our ability to focus. It's why people on the ketogenic diet rave about the added focus when they take medium chain fatty acids like MCT.*
Skyrocket your energy levels with MCT powder. Most fats take a while to digest, but MCT oil powder provides almost instant energy. It's like rocket fuel for people on the keto diet.*
Liquid MCT oil separates after mixing, causing an oil slick and an upset stomach. MCT powder dissolves easily. It's also less likely to give you digestive distress. That and zero net carbs make it the perfect keto friendly MCT oil.*
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I use the MCT Oil Powder in my coffee cup each morning. It dissolves quickly into the coffee and acts as a light creamer for me. It has a delicious flavor as well. I highly recommend this product as I have been using it consistently for 2 years.
Overall this product delivers everything stated! Dissolves nicely. Would recommend and re-order!
I love this product. Easy to use, easy to mix, easy to digest! I add to my morning coffee daily - boost of energy and focus. Helps control appetite. Mixes well into smoothies too for an afternoon snack
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WARNING: Consuming this product can expose you to chemicals including Lead, Cadmium, and/or Acrylamide which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to https://www.p65warnings.ca.gov/products/food
Many fruits, vegetables, coffee, and chocolate naturally contain some levels of the substances administered by Prop 65. This warning is there because of frequent lawsuits in California.
Proposition 65 contains a unique “citizen-suit” enforcement provision that allows trial lawyers to rake in millions of dollars from businesses who knowingly or unknowingly fail to meet all of Prop 65’s requirements. In many cases, the exposure limits required by Prop 65 are lower than what occurs naturally. As a result, these types of chemicals are often found in commonly eaten foods even though these chemicals are not intentionally added to foods or nutritional supplements
The “Prop 65” warnings are only required for products shipped to California.
Lead, for example, is found in natural proteins, plants, and minerals. Not a lot, but a measurable amount because plants absorb metals and other trace chemicals from the soil in which they’re grown. Detectable levels don’t mean that the plant was grown in dirty, polluted soil. The amount of lead naturally found in many fruits and vegetables grown in clean, uncontaminated soil may, and in many cases does, exceed Prop 65 limits. Detectable lead can be found in most foods you have eaten in your entire life including carefully selected and sourced superfoods. None of these elements are added by Opportuniteas, who follows good manufacturing practices to minimize or eliminate any contamination
Proposition 65 (“Prop 65”) is a California law formally known as the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act. Prop 65 is a unique California only “right to know” law that requires products sold in California to bear warning notices about potential exposure to any of the over 800 substances listed by the state Prop 65 does not ban any products from sale in California; it simply requires warning labels or signage. That allows anybody to bring a case by finding a listed chemical in a product even if it is present in an amount 1,000 times below the “no observable effect” level. Most companies end up settling with the plaintiff (even when they are not liable) to avoid the expense of litigation and then add the warning labels to everything.
For more information please visit: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/California_Proposition_65_(1986)