Medium-chain triglycerides are a type of saturated fat composed of fatty acids with 6–10 carbons in their acyl chain. They are found primarily in coconut oil, palm kernel oil, and dairy fat, and they appear to benefit fat loss to a minor extent when consumed in place of other dietary fat.
Medium-chain Triglycerides is most often used for
- MCT oil
- medium-chain fatty acids
- coconut oil