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Kiss My Keto Exogenous Ketones Lemon Lime -- 7.69 oz


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Kiss My Keto Exogenous Ketones Lemon Lime Description

  • Exogenous Ketone Drinks are Among the Supplements that You Take on a Keto Diet
  • Supporting Your Low-Carb Lifestyle, They Offer a Number of Benefits
  • 6150 mg Calcium Beta-Hydroxybutyrate
  • 4355 mg Sodium Beta-Hydroxybutyrate
  • 736 mg Magnesium Beta-Hydroxybutyrate
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Puts you back into ketosis.
Have you been kicked out of ketosis? To help you get back on track, have a ketone drink on top of reducing your carbs. It will help raise beta-hydroxybutyrate (BHB), the main ketone in your blood.

May lower your blood glucose.
If you are trying to control your blood sugar levels on a keto diet, one of the things you can do is to supplement with exogenous ketones. A recent study done on healthy individuals aged 21-57 revealed that drinks containing exogenous ketones lower blood glucose levels as well as lipids.

 

Reduces keto flu symptoms.
You can drink Lemon Lime or Mixed Berry if you’re trying to transition into ketosis. Since it supplies your body with ketones instantly, it will help decrease symptoms of keto flu such as sugar cravings, fatigue, headache, and brain fog.

 

What makes Kiss My Keto’s exogenous ketone drink even better is that it contains electrolytes, namely: Calcium, Magnesium, and Sodium.

 

Increases your energy.
Remember that ketones serve as your alternative energy source on a very low-carb diet. Ketones fuel your brain, heart, and skeletal muscles. If you need an energy boost for the day or prior to a workout, you can get ketones quickly by supplementing with them.

 

Health Benefits

» Increase Ketones

» Pre-workout Supplement

» Replenishes Electrolytes

 

What Are Exogenous Ketones Made Of?

 

Here’s what each drink contains, regardless of the flavor:

 

Calcium Beta-Hydroxybutyrate(BHB), Sodium BHB, and Magnesium BHB. Beta-hydroxybutyrate (BHB) is the primary ketone that your liver produces when you’re in ketosis. It’s an important carrier of energy when glucose supply is low.

You may be wondering why there’s calcium, sodium, and magnesium in this beverage. Here’s why: BHB is bound to each of these minerals, making a great combination that will help replenish your electrolytes. (Keep in mind that electrolytes are important on a keto diet since your kidneys eliminate electrolytes as you reduce your carb intake!)

 

Stevia. Kiss My Keto’s exogenous ketones taste sweet because of stevia. We avoid using sugar. Instead, we added stevia because it has a glycemic index of zero which means that it won’t raise your blood glucose. In fact, it can even help keep your blood glucose under control.


Directions

Instructions: Dissolve 1 scoop in 8oz of water. Stir vigorously and drink. Wait 15 minutes to feel the effects of ketosis. Tips: Use a shaker to mix the ketones. They will taste better! Consume 15 minutes before exercise for an energy boost. Consume after a cheat meal to get you back into ketosis.

Dosage: 1 Scoop (14.5g)

 

When Exogenous Ketones Work Best

 

First thing in the morning. Before you take your keto-friendly breakfast, drink Mixed Berry or Lemon Lime for an energy boost. Make it part of your healthy morning ritual! (Note: You can also drink it with food, although it’s better to take it on an empty stomach.)

 

Before a workout. Heading to the gym? Planning to workout at home? Add one scoop of your favorite fruity flavor to a glass of water. It’s a great pre-workout drink that will enhance your performance.

 

In between meals. Are you experiencing the dreaded keto flu? Struggling to focus at home or the office because of nasty symptoms? Aside from staying hydrated and making sure that you get enough rest, take exogenous ketones.

 

When you’re traveling. Yes, you can stay keto on the go! Remain in ketosis no matter the time and place by packing this convenient supplement. It comes in a durable container that’s mess-free.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Scoop (14.5 g)
Servings per Container: 15
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calcium1017 mg78%
Magnesium80 mg19%
Sodium810 mg35%
Calcium Beta-Hydroxybutyrate6150 mg*
Sodium Beta-Hydroxybutyrate4355 mg*
Magnesium Beta-Hydroxybutyrate736 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Citric acid, natural flavor, malic acid, sodium dioxide, steviol glycosides, spirulina (color), turmeric root (color).
Warnings

Important: Please consult your physician before you take ketone supplements especially if you have a health condition or are also taking glucose-lowering medications.

The product packaging you receive may contain additional details or may differ from what is shown on our website. We recommend that you reference the complete information included with your product before consumption and do not rely solely on the details shown on this page. For more information, please see our full disclaimer.
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The Surprising Benefits of Intermittent Fasting

Millions of people believe intermittent fasting can help them lose weight. But a new study may dash those hopes. A team of researchers at the University of California, San Francisco, conducted a clinical trial to test the diet and came to a startling conclusion: There is "no evidence" that intermittent fasting helps people lose weight. Intermittent Fasting Benefits Represented by Plate with Clock and Silverware on Gray Marbled Surface | Vitacost.com/blog As part of the 12- week trial, some participants were asked to skip eating in the morning, and to instead eat at random times within a strict eight-hour window each day. Those participants lost an average of 2 pounds during the trial. However, other participants who were allowed to snack and eat meals at normal times lost an average of 1.5 pounds. Researchers determined that the difference in weight loss between the two groups was not statistically significant. The study results do not surprise Angela Lemond, a Plano, Texas-based registered dietitian nutritionist and founder of Lemond Nutrition. "There is no ‘one size fits all’ for weight loss, and that includes intermittent fasting," says Lemond, who was not involved with the clinical trial.

Intermittent fasting benefits

Intermittent fasting is a dietary regimen where people go hours - - or even days -- eating little to no food. Those who adhere to this plan typically are careful not to deprive themselves of essential nutrients. There are many different methods of intermittent fasting, including:
  • Only eating within time restrictions, such as during a six-hour or eight-hour window each day
  • Fasting on alternate days
  • Fasting on a "5:2" schedule that involves fasting on two days each week
Intermittent fasting might has been linked to several health benefits. Earlier this year, a review of the research published in the New England Journal of Medicine concluded that intermittent fasting might lead to improvements in a host of health conditions, including:
  • Cancer
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Neurological disorders
  • Obesity
The potential health benefits of intermittent fasting appear to be related to metabolic switching, according to the authors of the review published in the New England Journal of Medicine. Metabolic switching is a process where fasting causes the body to alter its source of energy from glucose stored in the liver to ketones stored in fat. As ketones rush into the bloodstream, they start a process that boosts the body's ability to fight oxidative and metabolic stress, and also help remove or repair damaged molecules. The result can be improved glucose regulation, greater resistance to stress and lowered levels of inflammation, according to the findings published in the journal. Despite those findings, it is worth noting that the researchers who conducted the University of California trial did not find that intermittent fasting improved health markers such as fasting insulin or glucose levels.

Should you try intermittent fasting?

Whatever the health benefits of intermittent fasting may be, the University of California trial seems to throw cold water on the main reason people fast intermittently – the hope of losing weight. For some people, the discipline of trying to stick to a regimen of intermittent fasting may help them avoid overeating, Lemond says. “For those wanting to shed extra pounds, intermittent fasting may stop things like mindless eating in the evenings while watching TV,” she says. However, as a general rule, Lemond tries to steer clients trying to lose weight away from the quick-fix notion of intermittent fasting and toward more lasting solutions. For example, she notes that many people who undereat during the day make up for those lost calories -- and then some -- in the evenings. “We work on spreading out food intake throughout the day, so there is less of a desire to eat a large quantity of food at any one time,” Lemond says. As an added bonus, Lemond says people who eat regularly throughout the day have a tendency to choose higher-quality foods. “Our practice works off the premise of eating quality foods when you are truly hungry,” Lemond says. “We also want to focus on building and maintaining muscle.”
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