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KETO FLU KILLER | 4 in1 Keto Flu Lifesaver

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The keto flu is a term often used to describe the flu-like symptoms associated with beginning the very low-carb ketogenic diet.

When you switch to a very low-carb diet, it gives your body a bit of a fright it body may need time to adapt to this new way of eating. Reducing your carb intake forces your body to burn ketones for energy instead of glucose.

Ketones are by-products of the fat breakdown process and in the absence of carbohydrates, they become the main fuel source when following a ketogenic diet.

Signs of the keto flu can start occurring within the first few days of cutting back on carbs. Symptoms can range from mild to severe and vary from person to person.

While some people may transition to a ketogenic diet without any side effects, others may experience one or more of the following symptoms :

  • Foggy Brain
  • Fatigue
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Constipation
  • Diarrhea
  • Headache
  • Irritability
  • Weakness
  • Muscle cramps
  • Dizziness
  • Poor concentration
  • Stomach pain
  • Muscle soreness
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Sugar cravings

The Potent FLU KILLER BUNDLE features for of the most advanced supplements to help combat the symptoms of the Keto Flu.

Magnesium

Magnesium is one of the most important minerals to maintain when on a Keto diet. It is an essential electrolyte that a lack of can contribute to the keto flu.

In the first few weeks of a low carbohydrate diet, you can lose a lot more water from the body.and this can then inadvertently cause a drop magnesium levels.

Our body cannot function without magnesium. It’s involved in energy production, blood sugar control and blood pressure/heart rhythm regulation. It is also crucial for your mental health and for a healthy sleep routine.

Men should aim for 400 to 420 milligrams of magnesium per day. Women have a daily intake goal of 310 to 320 milligrams.(3)

Here’s the problem for keto dieters: Many magnesium-rich foods are high in carbs and become off-limits. Given the significant downsides to a magnesium deficiency and the pervasiveness of the deficit, it’s worth exploring a magnesium supplement. 

Digestive Enzymes

As you can see in the list above digestion is a major complaint as part of the so called Keto Flu.

There are 2 enzymes in particular which are very important to maintaining not only good digestion, but ultimately good overall health when on a keto diet.

Lipase is the primary enzyme involved with the digestion of lipids (Fats). The pancreas must be able to handle producing high amounts of lipase when you are on a high fat diet, and supplementation can relieve some of that burden. If you are deficient in Lipase, you may be at risk for high triglyceride levels and high cholesterol, which can put you in jeopardy of developing heart disease.

Protease is the digestive enzyme that aides in the breakdown of high protein foods. Because meat and eggs are fundamental to this diet, your protein consumption will likely see a substantial increase, causing the common complaint of digestion and gas issues. This highlights the importance of supplementing with protease to aid proper protein digestion.

This product also features the patented Makzyme Pro slow release caspules to ensure that the enzymes survive the journey through the stomach acid.

Exogenous Ketones (BHB)

ZestKeto Exogenous Ketone capsules feature the patented goBHB®. These ketones are an ideal fuel for cognition, performance, and weight management and are a ketone body delivering an immediate boost of energy, performance and satiety to athletes, busy professionals, “biohackers,” and low-carb dieters looking for an edge.

This amazing supplement also includes sodium which is an essential electrolyte which may assist in protecting hydration levels while transitioning from glucose burning to ketone burning.

MCT Oil

Many nutritionists refer to MCT oil as a 'super fuel.' This is because the body has an easier time processing and absorbing medium-chain fats which MCT Oil is make up from. The shorter chained MCTs travel from the stomach to the liver, without requiring the need for the body to produce bile to break them down.

MCTs also convert to ketones in the liver when an individual adheres to a ketogenic diet. The ketones move through the blood-brain barrier and provide direct energy to the brain.

Zest Keto MCT Oil is made from coconut oil only (the best!), and is in its natural liquid state for maximum bio-availability. As the liquid is delivered in Softgel form, there is non of the mess associated with normal MCT oil.