Superior source of coconut based MCT-C8 optimized with whey protein to support a ketogenic diet.

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MCT has gained share in the keto space, from 11% of sports nutrition and supplement launches with a Keto positioning in 2015 to 16% in 2019.1 Consumers are showing interest as well with 29% of North American consumers indicating that ‘ketogenic’ is either important or very important when choosing sports nutrition products.2  KetoSure MCT is a premium MCT complex providing fat and protein optimized to support the Keto diet.

The KetoSure® MCT Difference

A unique ketogenic ingredient which combines premium whey protein isolate with high quality coconut MCT oil using our innovative functionally optimized nutrient technology.

Achieved Ketogenic Certified Certification 


Ketogenic Certified is the gold standard certification for ketogenic products, supplements, and ingredients.


Results showed:

  • There was no significant change in blood glucose levels over time.
  • KetoSure MCT results remained below the upper acceptable blood glucose limits. 

Not All MCTs Are Created Equal3,4,5,6,7,8

Medium chain triglycerides (MCT) provide saturated medium chain fatty acids at 6-12 carbons in chain length. MCTs are typically sourced from coconut oil or from palm oil however not all MCTs have the same benefits.

C8 Is 3x More Ketogenic than C10 and 9x More than C128

Correlation between plasma mixed chain fatty acids (MCFA) Octanoate, Decanoate, or Dodecanoate and plasma total ketones after consuming a dose of test substances.


Under acute metabolic test conditions:

  • C8 has a significantly stronger dose response effect on plasma ketones than C10 or C12.
  • C8 was the most ketogenic supplement evaluated in this one day metabolic test.

Ideal Applications


1. Innova database, November 2020, categories: sports nutrition & supplements, 
2. FMCG Gurus, Sports Nutrition North America Overview – 2020, March 2020, 
3. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 2016 Mar; 1367(1):12-20., 
4. Am J Clin Nutr. 1982 Nov; 36(5):950-62., 
5. Int Dairy J. (2006) 16:1374–82., 
6. J Lipid Res. 2016 Jun; 57(6):943-54., 
7. Current Developments in Nutrition, Volume 1, Issue 4, 4, 2017, 
8.Front Nutr. 2019; 6: 46.

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