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Kanso MCT Oil 77 %

Food for special medical purposes

Oil with medium chain triglycerides (MCT fats).

  • 77 % MCT fat in the total fat content (60 % C8, 40 % C10) 
  • Neutral taste and odor
  • Ready to consume
  • Contains the essential omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids
  • With vitamins A, D and E
Ketogenic Diet, Fatty Acid Oxidation Disorders, Fat Digestion Disorders
From birth
Prescribable and reimbursable

Nutritional values

  Per 100 ml
Energy 819 kcal 
Fat 91.0 g 
of which MCT fat 70.0 g
Carbohydrates  0.0 g
Protein 0.0 g


Medium chain triglycerides from palm and coconut fat in different proportions by weight, safflower oil, linseed oil,vitamin E, vitamin A, ß-carotene, vitamin D.

How to get?

UK / Ireland: the product is available and can be prescribed as part of a highly specialised dietary therapy by a dietitian. If you have questions regarding the product please contact Dr. Schär UK0800 161 5838


For other countries: Consult our patrner's list below or reach out to us directly by sending us an e-mail at info(at) to learn about the avaibility of this product in your country.



Order information

Smallest sales unit: 500 ml

Frequently asked questions

Shelf life and storage

What is the shelf life of MCT Oil 77 %? 

Unopened, the minimum shelf life is 24 months.

After opening, the oil should be consumed within 2 months.

How to store MCT Oil 77 %?

MCT Oil 77 % should be stored protected from light and dry at max. 20°C.

Dosage and preparation

How should MCT Oil 77 % be dosed?

Dosage must be determined by your physician or dietitian and is dependent on age, weight, and your individual diet plan.

Do I need to incorporate MCT Oil 77 % slowly into my diet?

MCT Oil 77 % contains MCT fats. In order to increase tolerance, we recommend to incorporate the product gradually into the diet.

Can I use MCT Oil 77 % for cooking and baking?

MCT Oil 77 % is suitable for cooking and baking, as it can be heated up to max. 150 °C.

Recipe ideas from Kanso

Fat Digestion Disorders

Berry shake

< 0.5 g LCT per 100 g
Fat Digestion Disorders

Pasta with minced beef and yogurt sauce

> 3 g LCT per 100 g
Fat Digestion Disorders

Raspberry yogurt ice cream "keep cool"

0.5-3 g LCT per 100 g
Fat Digestion Disorders

Bread salad

< 0.5 g LCT per 100 g
Fat Digestion Disorders

Fried noodles

0.5-3 g LCT per 100 g