MCT Packed Supplement | Nature's Way Raw Coconut
If you're looking for a way to get your daily dose of MCT's in, Nature's Way has got you covered. Nature's Way Raw Coconut is 100% all natural and Gluten-free friendly. Raw Coconut is made with the highest quality ingredients on the market, and contains 40% MCT's for your Body to use as energy. Nature's Way's formula has a creamy and delicious flavor overall, and contains zero Trans or Hydrogenated Fats. On top of all of that, Nature's Way Raw Coconut is easy and convenient to take on-the-go. Step up your MCT game today with Nature's Way. Pick up a Tub!! Introducing Nature's Way Raw Coconut!!
Nature's Way Raw Coconut Benefits
- 100% All Natural & Gluten-Free Formula
- Acts As An Excellent Source Of Good Fats
- Made With Only The Highest Quality Ingredients
- Fully Transparent & Generously Dosed Label
- Contains Zero Trans & Hydrogenated Fats
- 40% MCT's For Body To Use As Energy
- Has A Delicious & Creamy Taste Overall
- Easy & Convenient To Take On-The-Go
How Do I Use Nature's Way Raw Coconut?
Nature's Way recommends opening & enjoying two (2) Tablespoons of Raw Coconut however you see fit.
Nature's Way Raw Coconut Ingredients
Serving Size: 2 Tablespoons
Servings Per Container: 16
Calories From Fat 165
Total Fat 18g
Saturated Fat 16g
Total Carbohydrate 7g
Dietary Fiber 10g
Organic Raw Whole Coconut 28g
Other Ingredients: Organic Raw Whole Coconut.
Nature's Way Raw Coconut Side Effects & Warnings
No refrigeration necessary. Store in a cool, dry place. Spreads easily when warmed above room temperature. To soften or liquify, place Jar in hot Water for several minutes and stir. Keep out of reach of children.
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