Secrets behind pure C8 MCT Oil — the superior coconut oil

by Health Mart


Pure C8 MCT oil is different from your regular MCT oil and other coconut oils. 

The question is, how different?

C8 MCT Oil is the most efficient and most powerful source of MCT oil for optimum brain and energy boosts — helping you stay sharp faster and for a longer period of time.

What separates pure C8 MCT oil from other MCT coconut oils?

The higher the concentration of C8 in an MCT oil, the more beneficial it is. 

C8 is easier for the body to digest, making it easier to turn into fuel. It does not spend much time processing in your liver. As a result, C8 molecules are quick to show their powerful effects on your body.

Unlike other MCT products, products such as Enjoy Health's Pure C8 MCT coconut oil is composed of 98% pure C8 MCT.

You can think of C8 as the highest octane fuel for humans.

Compared to other MCT oils that have a higher concentration of C10 or C12, C8 is the most powerful and naturally efficient source of MCT when it comes to quick and steady energy boosts for the brain and body.

Who is it for?

Whether you're an athlete preparing for a triathlon, a professional that will present in front of a crowd, or a student getting ready for your final exams, pure C8 MCT oil will give you that much-needed brain and energy performance boost.

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Put simply, C8 MCT oil is engineered to quickly provide sustained energy boosts for the brain and body.

  • Made from 100% natural and chemical-free coconuts
  • GMO-free, Gluten-Free, and Vegan
  • Keto, Paleo, and low-carb diet friendly
  • Odorless and flavorless
  • Made in the Philippines (Support local!)


DEEP DIVE: here's the science behind MCT oil.

The short explanation is that regular MCT oil contains all four medium-chain fatty acids (C6, C8, C10, C12) at varying concentrations, while C8 MCT oil is 100% pure caprylic acid (the C8 fatty acid).

In general, fatty acids can have anywhere from one to 30 carbon atoms in them, each of them with unique biochemical properties. “C8” refers to the eight carbon chain that characterizes this specific fatty acid. 

As a result, manufacturers have taken to purifying MCT oil derived from coconuts so it contains only caprylic acid. That’s because caprylic acid (C8) seems to be the most metabolically active medium-chain fatty acid. But we’ll come back to this. First, a little more about MCTs and the fatty acids used to build them.

What are MCTs?

MCTs are a special type of fat that your body can convert quickly into energy. They provide a host of benefits for people seeking active and healthier lifestyles. A single MCT molecule is made up of three fatty acids and one glycerol. The three fatty acids attached to the glycerol each have a medium-length chain of carbon atoms ranging from 7 to 12. Their overall medium size makes them unique. This figure will help:

medium-chain triglyceride

In this case, three identical fatty acids (lauric acid - C12) bind with glycerol to make an MCT. But not all three fatty acids need to be lauric acid to make an MCT. They can be any one of the medium-chain fatty acids (see below). So in a different MCT molecule, we might have two caprylic fatty acids and one capric fatty acid held together by a glycerol molecule. 


There are four different kinds of MCTs:

  • Caproic acid (C6)
  • Caprylic acid (C8)
  • Capric acid (C10)
  • Lauric acid (C12)


Caproic Acid (C6) - fast but risky

C6 is an oily liquid at room temperature and boosts the production of blood ketones. It’s found in animal fats and several plants and is slightly soluble in water. While it aids in hunger suppression, it has an unpleasant odor. C6 is associated with the most risk of an upset stomach or loose bowel movement.

Caprylic Acid (C8) - the performance booster

C8 has been shown to increase energy, boost ketone production, and facilitate weight loss. It possesses cancer-fighting and antimicrobial properties. It is the most powerful and naturally efficient source of MCT when it comes to quick and steady energy boosts for the brain and body.

Capric Acid (C10) - the antifungal phenomenon

C10 has many of the same properties of caprylic acid (C8) (e.g., boosts ketones, is antimicrobial, and can help reduce body fat) but generally takes a bit longer for the body to process into ketones.

Lauric Acid (C12) - the microbe fighter

C12 is a major component of coconut oil. Like C8 and C10, lauric acid also possesses antimicrobial properties. But because it’s a bigger molecule (more carbon atoms connected together), it takes even longer to break down and therefore isn’t optimal for ketone production.

What is the best way to enjoy MCT Oil?

MCT oil as a supplement may be added to coffee, smoothies, shakes, juice, salad dressings, and others. It can also be used for stir-frying or simply drizzle a few drops onto your favorite food.

The superior advantages of pure caprylic acid (C8)

If you have the opportunity to go for the most premium, most effective, and most concentrated version of MCT oil (that is, pure C8 MCT oil), then go for it — the premium is well worth it.

It's like higher octane fuel, a turbocharged car, or a supersonic jet. The differences (and benefits) are noticeable and could make the difference between making a game-winning shot, remembering your script, or recalling that concept.   

Here are other top benefits:

  • Flavorless so you can add it to all of your favorite beverages without worry.
  • Boosts metabolism, helping to increase energy (via up-regulation of the key genes expression pathways) and promote weight loss
  • Supports weight loss
  • Helps regulate appetite
  • Promote a healthy immune system
  • Can be beneficial for random ailments like tooth infections, frequent urination, and respiratory infections.
  • Vegan, Gluten-free, GMO-free, and keto friendly as well — good for any and all diets!

Why can't I just take coconut oil?

Sure you can! But you will need to consume much higher amounts to get the same effects as you would from taking concentrated C8/C10 MCT oil. That’s because while coconut oil contains approximately 65% MCTs, 50% of that is lauric acid (C12) and only around 14% (combined) is C8 and C10. This means that 100% pure C8 MCT oil is nearly ten times more concentrated than regular MCT oil (e.g., coconut oil).

Buying C8 MCT oil

First things first—check the purity. If the product is being sold as “pure,” then it better disclose the ingredients. Ideally, the ingredients list should be short. As in it only contains C8 and C10 fatty acids. If it doesn't disclose pure C8, it is probably made of C10 and C12, which are less efficient MCT oils.

Next, make sure there's no additives, fillers, or flavorings. These can dilute the oil and reduce potency. If other oils are included in the ingredients, make sure this is reflected in the price point. Don’t pay a premium for a less than premium oil.

    Note: Some products contain high amounts of C6 caproic acid, which can cause an upset stomach and lead to diarrhea or nausea. So double-check the ingredients list and grab the product with the lowest C6 (if you can't find any without it).

    TLDR: Pure C8 MCT oil is the best natural supplement made in the Philippines.

    If you need the most efficient performance booster for your next competition, presentation, or exam, taking pure C8 MCT oil will give you the most effective results. 

    At, we offer Enjoy Health's pure C8 MCT oil, composed of 98% C8, the highest concentration in the market. 

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