What are Ketones?
Great question! They are chemicals produced in your liver and used for energy when your body doesn’t have enough glucose (blood sugar) or glycogen (stored sugar) to use for energy.
What is ketosis?
When the body starts using ketones as a primary source of energy — generally, when carbs are scarce — one is said to be in ketosis.
There’s mounting evidence that ketones alone can help you lose weight and Ketonz Fat Blaster allows you to benefit from the fat-crushing properties of ketones even if you are not on a ketogenic diet or in a state of ketosis!
What are ketones? What is a ketogenic diet? What is ketosis?
Great questions! Let’s start with ketones: They are chemicals produced in your liver and used for energy when your body doesn’t have enough glucose (blood sugar) or glycogen (stored sugar) to use for energy… which brings us to ketosis.
When the body starts using ketones as a primary source of energy — generally, when carbs are scarce — one is said to be in ketosis. As you might guess, a ketogenic diet (think Atkins or derivations thereof) simply allows you to achieve a state of ketosis by limiting carbohydrates (to 25-50 grams per day).
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A 2017 study documented that caffeine dosed at 2.5 milligrams per kilogram of body weight (approximately 162 mg based on the average weight of study participants) produced an 88% increase in ketone production. When dosed at 5 mg/kg (about 325 mg of caffeine based on the average weight of study participants), ketone production increased a whopping 116%!
Caffeine also increases physical endurance and, some scholars argue, strength. What’s more, a University of Georgia study showed that it decreased post-workout muscle pain by up to 48 percent and The Journal of Applied Physiology found that caffeine made working out more enjoyable.
Although the liver converts fats into ketones, studies have indicated that exogenous ketones (those coming from an outside source) might lead to weight loss on their own — possibly because they reduce appetite.
In a November 2017 study, 15 people consuming ketone esters displayed lower plasma ghrelin levels and experienced 50% less hunger after an overnight fast than those drinking a placebo. (Sometimes called the “hunger hormone,” ghrelin is produced by the stomach and stimulates appetite and the release of growth hormone.)
Not only that, but exogenous ketones reduce the time it takes to achieve a state of ketosis and lessen some of the side effects that may result during the transition from a typical, higher-carb diet to a ketogenic one.
Do not use this product if you are pregnant or nursing. Do not consume this product if you are taking any prescription drug and/or have any medical condition. The user of this product assumes all liability if this product is used in a manner not consistent with label guidelines. This product contains caffeine and should not be used with any other caffeine-containing products. This product is intended for use by healthy individuals only.
Too much caffeine may cause nervousness, irritability, sleeplessness, and, occasionally, rapid heartbeat. Not recommended for use by children under 18 years of age. One serving of Ketonz Fat Blaster provides 300 mg of caffeine, which is more than two cups of coffee.
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