Do Drinking Ketone Supplements work?
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Can you use ketone supplements to help weight loss? New technology may show interesting progress in answering this question.

LOS ANGELES - Californer -- Ketone bodies can be produced in your body (endogenously) or come from a synthetic source outside your body (exogenously). There is now a technology to bridge the gap between the two

when you have ketones found in supplements they are exogenous ketones.

These supplements contain only the beta-hydroxybutyrate ketone. The other primary ketone body, acetoacetate, is not chemically stable as a supplement.

There are two main forms of ketone supplements:

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Ketone salts: These are ketones bound to a salt, typically sodium, potassium, calcium or magnesium. They're most often found in powder form and mixed with liquid.

Ketone esters: These are ketones linked to another compound called an ester and packaged in liquid form. Ketone esters are used primarily in research and aren't as readily available for purchase as ketone salts

Now with the help of new technology in this field, it is now possible to see great results from the addition of ketones to your daily diet.

For a better explanation of how ketones works see the video at http://theglobal.challenge.com

Source: Ketone Challenge
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