Start-up life has been exciting and, we admit it, a little exhausting.
The Ethan’s team discovered medium chain triglycerides, aka MCTs, as a solution and we each began experimenting with our own added ingredients. Each of us felt an immediate shift in our energy levels. This discovery inspired the team to want others – who are working hard and hustling like them – to benefit from this awesome ingredient. Similar to what we did with ACV, we combined MCTs with other beneficial ingredients to create a product that gives you the nutritional boost you need to help get you through your long days.
Each of our shots contains 8 grams of organic coconut MCTs.
MCTs provide the body with fast acting, long lasting and sustained energy.
MCT stands for medium chain triglycerides; these contain fatty acids that are more easily absorbed by the body than longer chain triglycerides, which must first pass through your digestive system in order to unlock their nutritional and energy benefits. MCTs are absorbed directly through the liver, providing the body with a helpful, long lasting boost.
100% of our MCTs are derived from organic coconut oil, which is much better than the alternative, palm oil, for both health and environmental reasons. Palm oil production is largely associated with deforestation, destruction of biodiversity and ecosystems, and more; conversely, organic coconut oil production is far more environmentally-friendly. From a health perspective, palm fruit requires much more processing to extract the oil (high heat), whereas coconut does not.
Each of our shots contains additional beneficial ingredients, both for your health and taste buds. Yum.
With the help of our awesome on-staff nutritionist, Crystal, we've looked into the functional benefits of MCTs. So you don't just have to take our word for everything, check out what we found:
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All 4 flavors have been specifically designed with the help of our on-staff nutritionist, Leanna, to deliver maximum functional benefit. But don't just take our word for it, check out what we found: (link to our research)