- Keto Octane Oil.
- 100% coconut, palm-free.
- 100% MCT C8.
- Suitable for vegans.
- Pure Keto energy.
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Keto Octane (MCT Oil 100% C8) by KetoSeries is an oil suitable for vegans, derived solely and exclusively from coconut, whose composition is entirely medium chain triglycerides of caprylic fatty acids (100% C8 MCT).
MCT oil is a widely used food in keto diets due to its great potential to induce nutritional ketosis. HSN Keto Octane is 100% C8 coconut MCT oil, no palm or rapeseed oil, to safeguard environmental sustainability while maintaining premium quality.
Keto Octane is an MCT oil with guaranteed minimum degradation.
Keto Octane is 100% coconut vegetable oil modified so that its fatty acid composition is 100% medium-chain triglycerides C8.
It's used as a food for non-athletes on a keto diet, and as a supplement to the normal diet of athletes.
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This famous recipe is characterised by the use of MCT oils, used especially by those more adapted to the keto diet and looking for the ketogenic effects of MCT fatty acids, pure 100% C8 oil.
It's a classic use of Keto Octane:
Their use in the production of high-energy drinks (coffees and teas), especially for ketogenic diets.
Keto Octane is used by people on ketogenic diets as a simple way to increase their energy intake. It's highly ketogenic and from HSN-certified quality ingredients®.
Another of the most common uses of Keto Octane is its role as a fast-acting energy source for sportspeople as a pre-workout.
It's ideal because:
- It has no taste or smell.
- It's pure keto energy (900Kcal / 100g C8).
- It doesn't contain stimulants.
And you only need a small amount.
Our recommendation for this purpose is that you use Keto Octane as a pre-workout 'shot', without further additives, to avoid delaying the rate of gastric emptying.
Keto Octane is 100% MCT oil.
These oils, when used for energy purposes, require some gastrointestinal adaptation, especially in people not used to keto diets.
The most recommended method of use to minimise gastrointestinal discomfort during its use is to:
The amount of MCT oil to be used is variable depending on individual tolerance, with some people being able to use up to 30ml per dose, more than once a day, and others experiencing intestinal discomfort when they exceed a certain amount, even with adaptation.
A dose of 15ml once a day is the most universally tolerated and used as a 'keto energy shot'.
Keto Octane from HSN is pure octanoic 100% caprylic oil.
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Keto Octane is medium chain triglyceride oil, with a standardised concentration of carprilic acid.
Its C8 fatty acid content is 100%.
This fatty acid is highly valued for having a short carbon chain, which facilitates the metabolisation of the energy it provides due to its own nutritional fat profile.
Most MCT oils on the market do not reflect their fatty acid content, they only list the composition of medium chain triglycerides, but not which medium chain triglycerides; a very relevant factor.
There are other interesting options, such as Keto Oil MCT 60/40 (C8/C10), with a composition of C8 and C10 ideal for culinary purposes in a keto diet, and a first approach to the use of oils for energy purposes.
Most MCT oils on the market are made from palm, rapeseed, and other vegetable seeds. Not Keto Octane.
At HSN we're conscious of our environmental role, and we reject this practice outright, which is why our Keto Octane is made exclusively from fresh pressed coconut flesh, a fruit that is processed through sustainable development that does not put the survival of local life at risk.
The palm is a plant that produces a fruit whose seeds are pressed and its oil is extracted.
In addition to the controversial nutritional composition of this source, palm poses a serious ethical conflict, since its very heavy logging is destroying the ecosystem and leaving the native fauna without habitat in Malaysia and Southeast Asia.
The use of coconut as a sole source protects against this practice.
Many people use coconut oil as a nutritional source of medium-chain triglycerides, despite its limitations due to its low MCT content.
The problem that many people find with this practice is the flavour.
Keto Octane is an oil without taste or smell, only that characteristic of the oil itself, which is sometimes confused with the taste in the mouth due to its texture.
Enjoy using MCT oil without flavours reminiscent of coconut or other vegetable fat sources.
Keto Octane includes a measuring cap to easily measure the amount of oil used.
This makes the use of the product more efficient and less product is wasted.
Keto Octane has not been tested on animals for cosmetic purposes.
Add half a measuring cap to any food or drink of your choice, or add a little at a time until the desired texture/flavour is achieved.
When used alone, it is recommended to start with a small dose of 5-10ml and gradually increase the quantity according to tolerance.
Eating a good breakfast is the best way to start your day with energy. Keto Octane is a great option to use for your breakfast, but we recommend you take a look at:
Keto breakfast pack, a combination of products to prepare delicious keto breakfasts.
It is an excellent complement to:
Want to know more?
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