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Kanso MCTfiber

Food for special medical purposes

Neutral-tasting powder with medium chain triglycerides (MCT fats) for quick stirring into meals and drinks.

  • Contains MCT fat in powder form (60 % C8, 40 % C10)
  • Ketogenic ratio of 7.2:1 
  • With soluble fiber


Ketogenic Diet, Fatty Acid Oxidation Disorders, Fat Digestion Disorders
From 3 years
Prescribable and reimbursable

Nutritional values

  Per 100 g Per sachet (13.3 g)
Energy 750 kcal 100 kcal
Fat 76.0 g 10.0 g
of which MCT fat 76.0 g 10.0 g
Carbohydrates 0.0 g 0.0 g
Protein 7.4 g 1.0 g


Medium chain triglycerides 75 % (from palm and coconut fat in variable proportions by weight), soluble corn fiber, sodium caseinate (milk), anti-caking agent: silicon dioxide; emulsifier: sodium tripolyphosphate.

How to get?

To learn about the avaibility of this product in your country send us an e-mail at info(at) 

Order information

Smallest sales unit: 30 x 13.3 g (399 g)

Frequently asked questions

Shelf life and storage

What is the shelf life of MCTfiber?

Unopened, the minimum shelf life is 18 months.

Opened sachets should either be used immediately or closed with a clip. Alternatively, the powder can be stored in an airtight container and used within 24 hours.

How to store MCTfiber?

Store in a dry place at room temperature.

Dosage and preparation

How should MCTfiber 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 MCTfiber slowly into my diet?

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

How to prepare MCTfiber?

Standard dilution: Mix 13.3 g (1 sachet) of MCTfiber with 30 ml of water.

MCTfiber is a great for snacks with the right ketogenic ratio.

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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