Don’t do ketones, kids

If you’ve seen the company product of liquid ketones by the company that doesn’t know why its name is so hilarious to those who misread it the first three times…

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3781437/

You might be tempted to think you can cheat your KB levels.

You cannot.

For the same reason wearing stilts doesn’t make you tall.

No longitudinal studies.

Usually when you supplement, you lose natural production ability. With NTs (neurotransmitters) your uptake suffers. Then there’s the chronic conditions, as here. There’s no such thing as a nootropic because intellectual performance is largely genetic – there’s no such thing as a free lunch either. At least organic food is a possible label.

You’re better off drinking detox (laxative) tea or eating activated charcoal.
That would trigger ketogenesis and you won’t need supplements.

Even if you missed out on your fullest genetic potential, you need to keep up ALL of the healthy habits to dial in the epigenetic side. No slacking. Ever. Most suckers purchasing supplements think it’s a cheat code. Your body isn’t as stupid as your mind.

If they’re trying to sell you shit, it’s a sale pitch, not science.

This is unnatural. This is literally the cause of fat people getting Type 2 – not sugar or fat. Ketones’ fuckwittery. Your body produces them only on a glucose (food) fast because having both slowly kills you. Unless you’re fasting the entire duration you take these into your body, in which case why are you still taking this, then you’ll frazzle it. You’re overloading it. Like an obese person. You can’t avoid glucose, it’s literally food. Glycemic spikes? Even in vegetables. Enjoy your celery.

They test athletes deliberately, those are not human diets nor human exercise routines.
They have eating disorders, especially orthorexia. Try it in a normal, middle-aged population and I might be impressed. It’s like testing donkey medication on a set of purebred horses.

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