Principles and Simple Steps For Optimal Health

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      • Fats consumed by the body end up in the liver, where they're converted into molecules known as ketones. Ketones are then used as fuel by your cells.
      • Energy is greatly increased, 225% more energy is produced than glucose, and 45 times fewer free radicals are produced.1
      • Other benefits of using ketones include, fuelling and strengthening your brain, promoting weight loss, stabilising blood sugar, physical improvements, lowering bad cholesterol, multiplying mitochondria, lowering inflammation and removing damaged cells from the body.

Fats consumed by the body end up in the liver, where they're converted into molecules known as ketones. Ketones are then used as fuel by your cells.


When your body uses ketones as its primary fuel source, instead of glucose, it has major benefits. Energy is greatly increased, 225% more energy is produced than glucose, with 45 times fewer free radicals created.1 


As well as being the cleanest and most optimal source of fuel for the body, ketones also deliver many other benefits.


  • Fuels and strengthens your brain: Your brain has the highest proportion of fat of any organ in the body! Ketones are a more efficient source of fuel for your brain than glucose3. They also nourish your brain and keep it healthy2. It has been proven that ketones protect your brain from cognitive decline and improve memory2 3, along with cutting reaction times1 and improving cognitive function2. It also improves mood and happiness, reducing stress response by 40%1 and comes with better performance at work and at home.

  • Promotes weight loss: When your body is using ketones as fuel, it can tap into your stored fat. The result of this is rapid loss of unhealthy stores of fat1 (reduced by an average of 159% because you are burning fat for energy)1. Ketones also stop cravings3, as you have an abundant supply of fat stored on your body, and available to burn.1 3

  • Stabilizes blood sugar: Managing glucose variability is extremely important. Because carbs turn into glucose (or sugar) in the body, eating too many carbs causes your blood sugar to spike. This is one of the leading causes of diabetes. When you switch from carbs to fat for energy, you stabilize your blood sugar.5

  • Supplies more energy: Ketones are a source of rapid energy3 - they are at least twice as efficient as glucose. The fats are absorbed into the blood very rapidly, but don’t raise blood sugar.   Your body can easily tap into fat stores for more energy when you are using ketones as fuel. The result? No energy slumps or brain fog. Instead, you can tap into all your mental resources, the whole time you’re awake!1

  • Physical improvements: It supplies more energy to your muscles and improves exercise ability3,

  • Lowers bad cholesterol: By 6.9% on average.4

  • Multiplies mitochondria: Ketones create more mitochondria, which means you have more power cells to deliver more energy to your body and mind! 6

  • Lowers inflammation: Ketones switch off inflammatory pathways, which is key to optimal health and longevity.2 Furthermore, ketones produce fewer free radicals compared to glucose.1 7

  • Removes damaged cells: Scientists have found that ketones can help activate specific genes (that the body often turns off by mistake), including the search-and-destroy genes that protect us against cancerous cells. When a cell goes wrong, the body would normally destroy and recycle it (with the correct genes turned on). But when these genes are not working properly, the damaged cells keep replicating and can create tumours. Ketones will turn the beneficial genes “on” and prevent this from happening. This is a recent breakthrough discovery, that has enormous implications for various disease processes, learning and memory, ageing, Alzheimer’s disease, and even cancer.


You can read a more in-depth article here about ketones and how to integrate them into your diet.


But, here are the simple steps to get started:


This plan is super simple to follow and is alkaline balanced, anti-inflammatory, keeps blood sugar stable, has the perfect balance of fats. It has the right amount of clean, high-quality protein and provides the ideal source of fuel for high sustainable energy all day and evening.

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