“I’m not on an official diet plan, I just wanted to lose a few pounds by eating less. These pills really help curb my appetite. I’ve lost three pounds in the last two weeks. I never feel hungry! I usually take two with breakfast. They’re gentle on my stomach. I’ve got more energy too.”
“I started eating keto and taking these pills four months ago. Thrive Naturals MCT Oil helps suppress my hunger, especially when I add intermittent fasting to keto. I feel focused and motivated. I work long hours every day, and I’m super excited that I don’t feel exhausted and have enough energy to work out. Capsules are much better than oil, less mess, and no bad taste.”
We’re so confident that you’ll love MCT Oil that we're offering you an unheard of 365 days 100% zero risks money-back guarantee. This will give you more than enough time to see and feel how MCT Oil can have a significant impact on your everyday life.
What is MCT Oil?
MCT stands for medium-chain triglycerides, which are the fats found in palm oil. Most of the fats in what we eat come from short and long-chained fatty acids, which are stored in our fat cells and make us – fat. Medium-chain triglycerides are metabolized differently, transported directly to your livers, which instantly convert them to the energy you need. The best part, MCT’s aren’t stored in your body as fat.
If you are on a ketogenic or low-carbohydrate diet, MCT Oil can help jumpstart the fat burning process while providing a rapidly available source of energy to your brain and throughout your entire body.
Can anyone use MCT Oil or is it only for people doing keto or low carb diets?
The rapid absorption and metabolization of MCTs suggest MCT Oil isn’t just for people trying to manage their weight through diet – but anyone who wants to enjoy improved energy, focus, function, and memory. Your body absorbs MCT Oil quickly and converts it to energy rather than storing it as fat, no matter what diet you’re following. (1-6)
How do I take MCT Oil?
Thrive Naturals MCT Oil comes in a 120-liquid capsule bottle, which is a one-month supply. We recommend that you take four (4) capsules daily, preferably with meals or before a workout.
Can I make Keto coffee with MCT Oil supplements?
YES! Making keto coffee is super convenient anywhere and time, no need to carry around a big bottle of oil. Just drop four softgels into your hot coffee and stir.
When can I expect results?
While each person is different, and results may vary, most customers report feeling a difference as soon as they start regularly taking MCT Oil. Remember, at Thrive Naturals, we stand behind our product with a 365-day (1-Year) Money Back Guarantee.
Are there any side effects?
Some people may experience IBS like symptoms such as an upset stomach, cramping, and diarrhea. With MCT Oil, it’s best to start slow if you’re in any way food intolerant.
If I take medications, can I still take MCT Oil?
Our MCT Oil is a quality, pure, and potent product. However, it is always recommended that you consult your physician if you have any concerns about adding a new supplement to your daily regimen.
What makes Thrive Naturals’ MCT Oil different than others?
When it comes to MCT Oils sold online, and in stores, not all formulas are the same. Often you will find that other supplement makers attempt to cut corners and reduce their costs by using lower quality ingredients or not including everything on the label. At Thrive Naturals, we have earned our customers loyalty and trust by focusing strictly on quality and research. We carefully inspect each of our batches to ensure we are delivering only the purest and most potent MCT Oil available.
Thrive Naturals MCT Oil is the ideal partner to help kick start and maintain your weight loss journey. MCT (medium-chain triglycerides) Oil is made from 100% pure Caprylic (C8) and Capric (C10) acids. MCT Oil provides immediate energy while helping you burn fat, making it the ultimate supplement for a ketogenic, low-carbohydrate, or any health-conscience diet.>> YES, I WANT TO MAXIMIZE MY WEIGHT LOSS RESULTS
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