I’m Done with MCT Oil

Why I Don’t Use MCT Oil Anymore #keto #lowcarb #highfat #theketodiet

I’m sick of ALL the problems that come with MCT oil – the mess, inability to mix with other ingredients, and digestive issues when you take too much. Instead of MCT oil, here’s what I’m using to boost my ketones…

Move over, MCT oil, there’s a new sheriff in town and it goes by the name of MCT oil powder. You need to hear why I’m off the oil, onto the powder, and why you should follow suit. A refresher on MCT’s and a breathless breakdown of the advantages of MCT’s in powdered form.

As the old keto saying goes, “Out with the MCT oil, in with the MCT oil powder.”

Are you sick of your slippery bottle of MCT oil creating a mess in your kitchen cabinet? Sick of the oil slicks on the tops of your coffees and smoothies? Sick of, you know, actually getting kind of sick because your stomach simply can’t handle the MCT oil?

Have I got the perfect solution for you: MCT oil powder. It’s a super simple hack, but one that I promise is going to absolutely revolutionize your relationship to MCT’s. Many people who’ve given up on MCT oil aren’t even aware that another option exists. Today, I’m going to tell you why I’m never going back and why you should dump the oil for the powder, too.

Pick up my favorite MCT oil powder, Perfect Keto MCT Oil Powder. (Don’t forget to use the coupon code HEALTHFUL for a 15% discount!)

I WAS NOT PAID FOR THIS VIDEO. I’ve started making more product-based videos because our community asks for them above all else. Understanding the benefits and drawbacks of a product may help you to make decisions for yourself on what may or may not help you on your ketogenic journey. One of the MOST POPULAR questions on the book tour was how to avoid digestive distress and still eat MCT oil, and this is what I told everyone, so figured it be great as a video for those who couldn’t join in the book tour events.

If you’ve given up MCT oil because of the cost, the film of oil it added to your drinks, or the effect it has on your gut – this video will give you the information you need to get you back on your MCT game.

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Highlights…

  • Quick refresher on the benefits of MCT’s
  • Benefits of MCT oil powder over traditional MCT oil
  • Suggested brand to buy + a healthy discount

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Have you ever heard of or used MCT oil powder? Do you like it better than MCT oil? Let’s hash it out in the comments!

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  1. Hi there!
    I’m making the MCT Guac but have the MCT powder instead of the oil – how do I know the measurement of the powder to use since the recipe calls for oil?

    Thanks!

    • I’m not sure if it’ll work well with my guac recipe. If you’re wanting to match the amount of fat in the oil, I’d use two scoops in the guac. However, the powder may affect the texture so I’d add it slowly, taste-testing as you go. Alternatively, feel free to use a different oil, like avocado or olive. Let us know how it goes!

  2. Trying to download the PDF to go with the audiobook for Fat Fueled and haven’t received it yet in my inbox nor in junk mail. How can i get it?

  3. The coupon code healthful isn’t working for perfect keto mct powder. Any tips?
    Thank you,

    • Hey! I just checked and the coupon code is still working. Do you happen to have the “subscription” option selected? Or have you used the HEALTHFUL code once already in the past? If so, the coupon code will not work. Let me know!

  4. I’m trying to purchase the mct oil powder using the discount code HEALTHFUL but that code is not recognized…. I’m hoping this will be easier on my gut than the oil is.

    • Hey! I just checked and the coupon code is still working. Do you happen to have the “subscription” option selected? Or have you used the HEALTHFUL code once already in the past? If so, the coupon code will not work. Let me know!

  5. Clever idea. I love the concept of MCT oil but I admit that it can be frustrating too.

    I think we sometimes end up focusing on it a bit too much too. It has powerful advantages, true, but can make us overlook other options, like the powder you’re suggesting.

  6. Ack – I got your book 2 weeks ago and finally got around to purchasing MCT oil lastnight since it was so heavily promoted in the book. I took some this morning with food prior to heading to the airport to catch two flights —— yikes! Extraordinary pain and nausea! Love the book but pretty bummed that I dropped a pretty sum on a product that makes me ill and that now is being disregarded :/ Hopefully it can be used as a body oil!?

    • Oh no! How much did you use? It’s possible that you just had too much, too fast. Try starting with a small amount, a teaspoon or less, and working your way up slowly. If you still have issues with it after that, you could consider trying the powder. MCT oil/powder is not needed to have success on keto, so it’s totally fine if you just decide to avoid it!

      I’m not disregarding MCT oil completely, I’ve just chosen to switch to the powder for the reasons mentioned in the video. One of the MOST POPULAR questions on the book tour was how to avoid digestive distress and still eat MCT oil, and this is what I told everyone, so figured it would be great as a video for those who couldn’t join in the book tour events.⠀

      I’ve never tried it as a body oil… but I bet it would work! ;)

  7. I don’ t have digestive issues per se, but MCT oil makes my stomach hurt, no matter how much or how little I use and whether I take it with food or not. Any ideas if the powder will do the same?

    • It’s very possible! Perfect Keto has a money-back guarantee so if you decide to try it, there’s a little insurance for ya.

  8. Oh Leanne! You couldn’t be more duplicitous in this posting. How can you be “done with MCT oil” and then declare that you are going to start promoting more specific products…and THEN declare that you are not being paid to promote said product. um…that’s exactly what you did!
    I think you are wonderful and have purchased your ebooks, but this most recent post has made me wonder why you aren’t being more transparent? Where’s the critical thinking? I fear that once there’s affiliates, and product liaisons (all for the sake to make some money) any sort of insightful, balanced, indiscriminate view points are tossed out the window. Because critical views are antithetical to product placement! And honestly, oil into powder? Anyone with half a science brain can’t help but scratch their head and wonder about this. When oil is ingested in it’s purest form, stuff happens with our liver and gallbladder. When powder is ingested, guess what? The good stuff, the digestion we are wired to produce just doesn’t happen. The body does not recognize reconstituted ingredients. For example: sugar vs fructose. A disaster. And the same with this product, no matter how “pure” (who exactly is verifying this? Who exactly is not in this for money?) Shame on you Leanne. You know better. There’s no product placement for fresh food that is basic and real. Sigh.

    • Oh M.S! You have valid concerns laced with low-down critical attitude throughout. Leave out your nastiness and keep the good points. Nobody needs to hear that. This is a place to be solution seeking with the right attitude. We are all looking for ways to improve our health and one important aspect is fostering positive feedback that is thoughtful and transparent. You could have said the healthful points without the name calling. ugh. Please delete your comment and start over without the junk please.

    • Agree that product placement makes me question ethics and certainly further recommendations.

      • Hey, Zoe! In case you missed it above, I was not paid for this video. I’ve started making more product-based videos because our community asks for them above all else. Understanding the benefits and drawbacks of a product may help you to make decisions for yourself on what may or may not help you on your ketogenic journey. One of the MOST POPULAR questions on the book tour was how to avoid digestive distress and still eat MCT oil, and this is what I told everyone, so figured it would be great as a video for those who couldn’t join in the book tour events.⠀

  9. I have tried the MCT oil powder but it hurts my stomach and makes me feel queasy whereas regular MCT oil does not. Go figure.

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