MCT

MCT OIL EXPLAINED

MCT--medium chain triglycerides--are fats that are naturally found in coconut and palm kernel oil. MCT's are more easily and rapidly digested than other types of fats, as they require lower amounts of enzymes and bile acids for intestinal absorption. MCT's are metabolized very quickly in the liver and are reported to encourage an increase in energy expenditure, while decreasing fat storage. Numerous studies suggest that substituting MCT Oil for other fats in a healthy diet may therefore help to support healthy weight and body composition.

MCT's have been shown to be a good addition to anyone's way of eating because it;

Medium-chain triglycerides were first used in the mid-1900s to reduce seizures with the help of the ketogenic diet. In the 1980s, MCTs became popular in sports as a substitute for normal dietary fats or oils. They quickly became a favourite energy source for many athletes, such as marathon runners, who participate in endurance sports. These athletes require a quick source of energy, which is readily supplied by carbohydrates. However, diets high in carbohydrates may cause rapid increase in insulin production, resulting in substantial fat gain, diabetes, and other health problems. MCT is also a form of fat; therefore, it is high in calories. MCTs do not cause fat gain because they stimulate thermogenesis (the process in which the body generates energy, or heat, by increasing its normal metabolic, fat-burning rate). A thermogenic diet, which is high in medium-chain triglycerides, has been proposed as a type of fat loss regime.

MCT is ideal for use in muscle gain supplements as they are high in calories but promote lean muscle gain and fat control.

Boditronics Include MCT Oil in;
Express Whey
Casein Xtra
Mass Attack Raw
Mass Attack Juggernaut
Mass Attack Lean