If you’re reading an article about ketones and the keto diet, it probably means you’re thinking about making a positive change to your overall health.
If you, like me, are well into your thirties, the chances are your metabolism has slowed down – as well as your brain – and if you haven’t changed your (carefree) diet you’ve probably involuntarily increased waist size.
To add salt to the wound, you might also find you have a lot less energy than you used to.
I mean, surely the goal is to be fit for your environment. If you’re suddenly struggling to bend down to tie your shoe laces or walk home from the shop without blowing, chances are you’re unfit and need to change your habits.
If you take the ketogenic diet seriously, you can shred a stone within three months. All this from eliminating your intake of carbohydrates and pigging out on as much natural fats as you want. However, all you think about is the food you’re not allowed to eat.
What’s more, even if you don’t take the keto diet seriously and find it difficult to change your habitual lifestyle, you can easily lose weight and in addition, enjoy a euphoric flow of consistent energy and mental clarity, by simply adding a sachet of KETO OS NAT to a glass of water…
Goodbye brain fog.
The concept of the ketogenic diet has only recently exploded around the world, but it’s not really a new concept at all – it’s been around for hundreds of years – and the ketogenic diet has been used by doctors for many years to help reduce seizures in children suffering from epilepsy.
The keto diet is a lifestyle where your body uses fat, as opposed to carbohydrates, as its main source of fuel. This happens when you reduce your intake of carbs, forcing the body to tap into fat (both excess fat stored in the body and fat that is consumed) as an energy source.
Here, ketones are produced and used as an alternative to glucose as energy to fuel the body. This natural, healthy state is referred to as ‘nutritional ketosis’, and is a result of a magical metabolic shift that takes place.
‘So, you’re telling me I can have double cream in my coffee and devour a massive steak as long as I skip the bread?’
Yep. The shift can be tough, though. Eating richer food will keep you fuller for longer; it’s likely that you’ll eat less at mealtimes or even skip meals altogether because you simply aren’t hungry. Great! But this transition can make you feel thirsty, fatigued and frankly just make you feel a bit… weird.
That’s where Pure Therapeutic Ketones comes in.
Supplementing with exogenous ketones like KETO OS NAT introduces ketone bodies into your bloodstream without pushing your body into nutritional ketosis.
It allows you to optimize your human potential and experience the whole-body benefits of ketosis, without having to follow a restrictive ketogenic or low carb diet which can be very difficult to adhere to.
“First lockdown I put 1.5 stone on, felt very low, and had no motivation,” says Tracey McClelland.
“A friend introduced me to Pruvit Ketones, told me just to try for 5 days, and I have never looked back!
“I now have an amazing amount of energy, motivation, I’m more positive, better moods, a better outlook, and the bonus is I have had fatloss at the same time! I am getting things done, no hesitations, lost that 1.5 stone I put on, and looking to the future with a better mindset.”
The KETO OS NAT supplements are vegan friendly, dairy free and gluten free, and the caffeine is equivalent to a small cup of coffee and can be taken with or without food. Caffeine-free is available, and with flavours such as Swiss Cacao, Raspberry Lemonade and Heart Tart, it’s never boring.
Simply put, if you’re not a diet kind of person, you can still gain the benefits by simply drinking KETO OS NAT. Just dissolve one packet of this ketones drink into roughly 450ml of cold water and shake/stir vigorously and with purpose.
Why not purchase the variety pack of KETO OS NAT aka a Challenge Pack to proverbially dip your toe in this dramatic transformation?
So here’s to becoming the best version of yourself.
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