Unless you've been hiding under a rock for the past few years, you've probably heard of a little thing called The
Keto Diet. Promoted by big-time health experts, personal trainers, fitness enthusiasts, and diet gurus, it's one of
the trendiest new diets to follow. What does it promise? Faster weight loss through increased body fat burning.
Sounds perfect, right? Well, that's where a lot of people get the diet wrong. In fact, not only is this diet
notoriously difficult to follow, but many people don't know the first thing about it. Making things worse is the
fact that a whole industry has sprouted up to sell people things based on the Keto Diet, including supplements, but
without providing the right information. Here we'll look at the Keto Diet, ketone supplements, and more
specifically, an ingredient called "exogenous ketones." We'll look at some of the concerns surrounding this
ingredient, what the facts are, and whether these little-known ingredients are safe to use.