I am quite happy with the quality of Wild Foods MCT oil. It’s the first and only MCT oil I’ve purchased starting more than a year ago. I do not recognize a flavor and add a tablespoon to my coffee every morning. It’s an easy way to obtain those beneficial oils I need.
Have been a user of coconut oil for some time. That said, the MCT oil is much different. Great in my morning coffee and have determined that I don't need as many morning cups to 'wake' up. Seems the oil promotes an awareness with no taste, simple to use. Will purchase again.
easy to use in cooking, coffee etc. and I know it's the best out there supplied be Wild Foods. thank you-customer service is top notch also!
I’ve been using the MCT oil for a while from Wild and am happy with results. However, I am disappointed that the container is now plastic and not a bottle. Luckily I saved the prior bottle. I hope they go back to glass.
Been using this product for 1-2 years. High quality, all the things they tell you about.
Great for Butter Coffee
Flavorless and odorless, organic Wild MCT Oil is the perfect way to add some clean and pure fats to your morning coffee.
Try this recipe: 8oz fresh brewed Wild Coffee, 1-2 TBSP pastured butter, 1 TBSP Wild MCT Oil. Blend until frothy. Enjoy!
Take a Swig
You can take a small shot of MCT anytime you need some clean, nutritious energy.
(Note: If you are new to MCT, you are better having it with food or other ingredients due to the possible gastrointestinal effects.)
Great for Cooking
MCT oil is great for cooking on temperatures lower than 350°.
You can also use it as a base to make delicious salad dressings and mayo.
Natural Pesticide Free Coconuts Grown on Small Farms
Your Wild MCT Oil purchase helps support small, organic farmers make a living while respecting the environment and producing quality coconuts.
Wild Blend of C8 & C10
Typical MCT Content Per Serving:
Caprylic Acid (C8) - 7100mg
Capric Acid (C10) - 5100mg
Wild MCT Oil Resources
Wild MCT Oil is part of the #drinkyourfat method. Watch now for the recipe and information on it's use.
Watch below for Colin Stuckert, our Wild CEO's recipe and his daily routine of Intermittent Fasting With Coffee, using Wild MCT Oil.
Wild MCT Oil FAQ's
Per 15ml serving:
Caprylic Acid (C8): - 7100mg
Capric Acid (C10): - 5100mg
Our Wild MCT oils are made in the US from coconut and palm kernels sourced from sustainable sources in southeast Asia. Due to availability, our manufacturer buys from various sources depending on availability in the area, but each farm/producer must show organic, sustainable farming practices before we will buy from them. As you know, the palm deforestation is a major problem over there. We would never support anyone contributing to this problem.
It sure is! No solvents or harsh chemicals are used.
Heck yes you can! Wild MCT is a staple in the Wild kitchen. It is safe for low to moderate heat cooking and baking. It's also the perfect base for salad dressing.
Absolutely nothing. Just a plain, flavorless, odorless oil. In fact, that's one of its very selling points. Because coconut oil tends to impart a coconut flavor onto anything it touches, Wild MCT helps you get the medium-chain triglycerides, and all their benefit, into your diet and recipes without the coconut flavor (and a higher smoke point).
Our 16oz Wild MCT Oil comes in convenient BPA-free plastic bottles, whereas our 32oz Wild MCT Oil is in amber glass bottles.
Both Wild MCT Oils are really great for all MCT uses!
Yes, they are.
We cannot speak on what other brands do since we have no clue about their process. What I have learned, though, is that you get what you pay for when it comes to food and ingredients. Bulk MCT that is cheap is almost always cheap for a reason: non-sustainable practices, cheap over-farmed ingredients, chemical treatment, lack of quality control and testing, and so on.
Our MCT is sourced direct from small farmers that grow sustainably and organically. We also use the highest quality fractioning process without the use of chemicals like hexane.
Shelf-life on unopened bottles is 2 years. Opened bottles, if kept in a cool, dry, dark place, still last several months if stored properly.