People use this fatty acid in smoothies, coffee, salad dressings, and more. The idea is that your body can burn these shorter fat chains faster, meaning that their calories are less likely to end up on your waist and thighs. Research suggests that MCTs (medium-chain triglycerides) may help you feel fuller longer, and they may help curb appetite so you eat less food. There’s a bonus: If you exercise, MCTs may boost endurance so you can have stronger, more beneficial workouts.
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