This is what science has shown as to some of the benefits from being a state of nutritional ketosis and using ketones:

  • Improving Brain and Cognitive Function – Ketones have already been shown to be an effective treatment for epilepsy and are now being widely tested on other brain disorders such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and ALS.
  • Providing Neuroprotection for the Brain – Brains love ketones, so lots going on in the area of TBI (Trauma Brain Injury, concussions, aging, and reduced mental capacity.
  • Optimizing Energy – How can ketones and glucose be used together as an optimal source for supporting a two energy system to boost performance.
  • Controling Glucose Levels naturally – Ketones put less pressure on the body to produce insulin, thereby have been shown to aid in the risk and impact of Type 2 diabetes.
  • Providing Anti-aging Effects – Ketones produce 10 times FEWER free radicals than glucose that can cause cell damage and premature cell death.

Last but not least, Facilitate Fat Loss – Ketones are masterful at supporting low-carb diets by minimizing something Ron Williams spoke about in our first session call the “keto flu” and at the same time ketones can help keep metabolism high during diet lifestyle changes, not to mention a powerful appetite suppressant. Ketosis has a protein-sparing effect, assuming that you are consuming adequate quantities of protein and calories.