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60 CAPSULES – 1200mg
Drink one capsule in the morning 1 to ½ hour before breakfast, and another capsules 1 to ½ hour before lunch or supper with a glass of water. (Do not exceed the daily doses).
When you restrict carbohydrates, your liver uses two processes to fuel your cells ketogenesis and gluconeogenesis. Ketogenesis takes fatty acids from stored fat and dietary fat and converts
them into ketones. The ketones are then released into the blood to fuel cells like our brain and muscle cells. The process by which the body burns ketones for fuel is called ketosis. However, This does not mean that every cell in the body can survive on ketones. Some cells always need to use sugar for energy. To meet the energy demands that can’t be met by ketones, your liver uses a process called gluconeogenesis. Gluconeogenesis is like a magic trick that the liver uses to convert non-sugar substrates like glycerol from fatty acids, amino acids from protein, and lactate from muscles into sugar.
Together, ketogenesis and gluconeogenesis create the ketones and sugar that meet all of the body’s energy needs when food isn’t available or when carbohydrates are restricted. Although ketones are most well-known for being an alternative fuel source, they provide us with many unique benefits as well. The most effective and safest way to get all of the benefits of ketosis is by following the ketogenic diet. By doing so, you won’t run the risk of losing precious muscle mass or entering the potentially lethally state of ketoacidosis.
However, the ketogenic diet is a bit more nuanced than many people think. It’s not only about restricting carbohydrates ensuring adequate protein, fat, and calorie consumption are essential to your success as well.
Benefits of Keto Slimming with the Keto Diet