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WHAT IS BHB?
Beta-Hydroxybutyrate (BHB) is a ketone body produced by the liver, from fat, for energy when glucose isn’t available. It ultimately becomes the body and brain’s primary source of energy.
Since the liver naturally produces BHB during ketosis, the process can take quite some time, often resulting in symptoms of fatigue, hunger (cravings for sugar, a faster energy source), and mental cloudiness. That’s why supplementing BHB on a keto diet can have a profound positive impact.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Ketosis Forces your body to Burn Fat for Energy instead of Carbs.
WHY YOUR DIETS FAIL:
Currently, our bodies get most of the energy from the sugars and carbs we eat, which are converted into glucose in the body. If we aren’t burning through all that glucose, it’s a recipe for weight gain and health ailments.
1. Fat stores on the body when extra glucose left. And our bodies are craving for more sugars and carbs when we running out of glucose. This cycle leads to weight gain that we don't really want.
2. Carbs will spike insulin levels and elevate blood sugar and excess carb intake creates a lot of water retention, which makes us look and feel bloated.
WHY KETO WORKS?
Ketosis is a metabolic state where your body is actually burning fat for energy instead of carbs. Ketosis is extremely hard to reach and maintain on your own and takes weeks to accomplish. Exogenous Keto Supplements help your body achieve ketosis faster and support you burn fat for energy instead of carbs.
1. When we starve our bodies of carbs and sugars, our bodies begin to burn stored fat for energy and enter the metabolic state known as ketosis.
2. Entering a state of Ketosis can provide many benefits to our bodies, such as lowering blood pressure, reducing cravings, lowering bad cholesterol, increasing weight loss, etc.
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