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Best Exogenous Ketones Powder
Keto Powder Nutrition Facts No Artificial Sweeteners
BHB Salts
No artificial fillers
Ketones Amazon Reviews

Keto Powder For Near-Instant Ketosis

Promotes ketosis and eases metabolic transition


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Ketosene™ is a fast-acting ketone supplement that helps you get into ketosis quickly and ease your metabolic transition with clean abundant energy.

It contains the highest potency exogenous ketones using a perfect blend of magnesium, calcium and sodium BHB (goBHB™ beta hydroxybutyrate), scientifically SHOWN to support: 

  • Acceleration getting into ketosis (& maintaining it)
  • Easing your metabolic transition to ketosis
  • Healthy weight loss
  • Balancing essential nutrients often depleted during ketosis
  • Providing clean energy for intense workouts while on a ketogenic diet

Stop burning carbs, and start burning fat with Ketosene™ - the best exogenous ketone supplement on the market!

"I am incredibly impressed with this product. I've been using an expensive MLM brand of ketones. You know the one. :) I've tried many different brands and all of them have failed miserably, except this. Let's be real, ketones don't taste good, and they are expensive to manufacture. This product tastes amazing..."

- Tara Coleman

Get Into Ketosis - The Fast & Easy Way 

Ketosis is an incredible fat-burning state during which your body and brain use ketones as fuel instead of glucose. Your body naturally prefers being in ketosis, but most modern day diets prevent you from getting there.

Getting into ketosis isn’t easy, as it can take a while, or you might inadvertently eat too many carbs and sugars to achieve it.

Ketosene™ gets you into ketosis the fast and easy way. Containing the highest potency beta-hyrodxybutyrate (or BHB) on the market, this exogenous ketone kickstarts the process by boosting the amount of ketones in your blood. This crucial ingredient helps you enter ketosis faster, and make the metabolic transition easier.

If you have trouble getting into ketosis (or adapting to it), use Ketosene™ to rapidly accelerate the process and sustain it throughout the day- with ease. Stop burning carbs, and start burning fat

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Get The Essential Nutrients You Lack On A Ketogenic Diet For Optimal Performance

During ketosis, your body depletes several crucial nutrients that are essential to effectively maintain your fat-burning state.

Ketosene™ provides you with high doses of these essential minerals to make sure you can perform at your peak without cramps.

Containing only the highest quality magnesium, calcium and sodium BHB salts, allowing you can easily maintain a healthy mineral levels while on a ketogenic diet.

These micronutrients give you the abundant energy you need for intense workouts, high activity, and healthy cognitive function.

Look better, feel better with Ketosene™ - the most effective way to support ketosis!

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VitaMonk's products are formulated by licensed doctors and manufactured in state-of-the-art facilities following strict GMP compliance standards.

We go to great lengths to make sure our supplements meet the highest safety standards. When you use our supplements, you KNOW that you’ll only get the highest quality ingredients that have the most scientific backing to help you get results.

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Scientific References & Further Reading

Ketone Supplements – A look at Ketosis

The Ketosis process enables a person to survive during periods of low food intake. Instead of using carbohydrate-derived glucose as a primary source of energy it makes use of its bodily fats to produce fuel. It does this by breaking down fats in the liver to produce ketones.

Once a body is starved of carbs it enters into the Ketosis state and burns fats as its primary energy source. This can be of great benefit to those wishing to control their weight [1]. The way that most people go about getting into this bodily state is by partaking in a low-carbohydrate diet, through omitting foods such as rice, wheat, and bread from their diet. The aim of this type of diet is not to lower calorie intake per se. People typically replace the calories they would usually consume from carbs with those from other macronutrients such as proteins and fats, e.g., butter, meat, fish, MCT rich coconut oil, and leafy vegetables. 

There are thought to be many benefits, in addition to weight loss [1], to be derived from following a ketogenic diet. The benefits from obtaining dietary ketosis [2] include healthier control of blood sugar levels, improved cognitive functions and clarity, feeling more energetic, clearer skin, feelings of satiety and hunger reduction (helps to deal with hunger pangs and sweet cravings), and a support of healthy HDL and LDl cholesterol levels and blood pressure.

A person wishing to enter a ketogenic state typically reduces the amount of carbs in their diet to less than 5% (10 to 30 grams; the lower the better), with the vast majority of their nutritional intake coming from fats ~70% and proteins ~25%.

Many people take advantage of foods rich in dietary fiber to enable them to consume foods without significantly affecting their net carb intake. Foods that are low in net carbs include vegetables such as spinach, lettuce, cauliflower and Kale. 

In addition to lowering carbohydrate intake it is also important to keep an eye on your protein intake if you wish to maximize ketosis potential, ideally you should aim for around 600 to 800 mg of protein per lean pound of body mass. Lower than this and you will not have enough protein to meet your daily needs, higher than this may lower ketogenic efficiency.

In addition to a low carbohydrate / high fat diet, many people also follow an intermittent fasting regime to help maintain a prolonged state of ketogenesis, other tips to maximize the ketosis potential include drinking lots of water, performing sports and exercise, and taking exogenous ketone supplements.

A ketogenic diet is often followed by people partaking in intense exercise workout training programs, especially those who need to reduce their body fat as much as possible, such as cyclists looking for an edge when climbing up a hill. It is therefore of great interest that following a ketogenic diet over a carb based one has been reported to have little negative effect on physical performance and aerobic capacity in people doing aerobic activities such as cycling [4].

Exogenous Ketone Supplements Vs Low Carb Diets

Although following a high fat / low carb diet can put a person into ketosis its efficiency depends upon depreciation of muscle and liver carbohydrate reserves, and their ability to increase levels of free fatty acids and to produce ketone bodies [5]. The use of exogenous ketone esters enables ketones to be delivered rapidly to where they are required [5].

As mentioned above, following a low carbohydrate diet requires drastically reducing the quantity of carb consumption, typically to 10 to 20 g per day [2]. Unfortunately, the consumption of less than 100 grams of carbohydrates per day is thought to result in the loss of lean muscle tissue. This means that many people wishing to be in ketosis have two options: (1) take exogenous ketones (2) cycle carb loading by consuming high amounts once a week. Unfortunately the second approach may lead to carb crashing and having to regularly put up with the carb withdrawal symptoms often associated with a Keto diet.

The Ketosene supplement contains hydroxybutyrate. This has been reported to produce ATP more efficiently than glucose. Typically yielding 10.5 KG of ATP per 100g, whereas glucose yields 8.7 KG [7]. 

To sum this up, use of exogenous ketone supplements as fuel, such as the Beta-Hydroxybutyrate (goBHBTM) found in VitaMonk Ketosene, may help to raise the ketone levels in the body without depreciating carbohydrates in the muscles. This is obviously of tremendous value for people who are wishing to both control their weight and build their muscle strength, such as bodybuilders and those wishing to show off a six-pack. 

Further Reading 

  • Harvard Medical School: Ketogenic diet: Is the ultimate low-carb diet good for you [] 
  • Science in the news: A Diet to protect the brain [] 
  • Arizona State University: The Keto diet: Is eating more fat the key to weight loss? Nutritionist weighs in on why the diet is so popular and how it works.]
  • University of York: Very-low-carbohydrate ketogenic diet v low-fat diet for long-term weight loss: a meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials []

Abstracts, Citations, Reviews, and References Used 

[1] Paoli et al. Beyond weight loss: a review of the therapeutic uses of very-low-carbohydrate (ketogenic) diets. Eur J Clin Nutr. 2013 Aug; 67(8): 789–796.

[2] Dr Manninen. Metabolic Effects of the Very-Low-Carbohydrate Diets: Misunderstood "Villains" of Human Metabolism. J Int Soc Sports Nutr. 2004; 1(2): 7–11. 

[3] Paoli et al. Ketosis, ketogenic diet and food intake control: a complex relationship. Front Psychol. 2015; 6: 27. 

[4] Bostock et al. The Current Status of the Ketogenic Diet in Psychiatry. Front Psychiatry. 2017; 8: 43. doi: 10.3389/fpsyt.2017.00043

[5] Zajac et al. The Effects of a Ketogenic Diet on Exercise Metabolism and Physical Performance in Off-Road Cyclists. Nutrients. 2014 Jul; 6(7): 2493–2508.

[6] Doctor Cox and Clarke. Acute nutritional ketosis: implications for exercise performance and metabolism. Extrem Physiol Med. 2014; 3: 17.

[7] Salway JG. Metabolism at a Glance. Oxford: Blackwell Science; 1999. 

What foods can I eat on a Keto Diet?

The main aim is to lower your carbohydrate intake and enter a state of ketogenesis, therefore:
- Avoid eating carb rich foods such as potatoes, yams, bananas, apples, oranges (and other citrus fruit), sugar (be careful of manufactured goods that are usually rich in fructose, corn syrups, and glucose), and all grains and their products, especially breads and cereals, rice, wheat, bran and the like.
- You should include plenty of protein rich meats and fish, and leafy vegetables, seeds and nuts, saturated fats, and high-fat dairy products such as cream and cheese.

How do I know I am in Ketosis?

To be sure that you have entered ketosis you could use blood strips or test your urine. However, most people do not bother doing this and just look out for the known signs and symptoms of being in ketosis. These include an increase in urination (caused by increased levels of acetoacetate), bad breath (caused by the production of acetone), and a dry mouth and associated increase in thirst. Other, not so unpleasant signs of being in ketosis, include having a clearer mental state, reduced hunger, and general feelings of having more energy and vigor. 

What are the main types of ketogenic diets?

There are three main types of ketogenic diets: most people follow a standard ketogenic diet. People who are in training often follow a more targeted ketogenic diet, which includes consuming carbs that are quickly digested immediately before a workout. People who are into bodybuilding often follow a cyclical ketogenic diet; this involves consuming carbs once a week to help maintain muscle glycogen stores. 

Does a keto diet affect physical performance?

It may have a slight effect upon explosive performance such as in sprinting but is not thought to have any negative effects on aerobic activities such as cycling and gymnastics. Any negative effects can usually be overcome through consuming fast acting carbs about half an hour before training sessions or a sporting event.

What is Keto flu?

Often when people first start a low carb keto diet they feel sluggish and fatigued, and may even suffer from cramps, headaches and nausea. This typically lasts just a couple of days while your body transitions to its new state. As it is partially caused by being in a diuretic state it can be somewhat overcome by consuming lots of water rich in electrolytes. 

Are there any known Keto side effects?

Many people report side effects, especially in the first couple of days. These include cramps, fatigue, diminished physical performance, and poor digestion issues. Other symptoms include rash, hair loss, and constipation. 

Who make the best Ketone Supplement?

As the ingredients in VitaMonk Ketosene are of a very high quality we feel that we offer one of the best keto supplements available on the market. 

Do you offer free shipping?

Yes, if you buy over $35 worth of VitaMonk products then the shipping is on us.

Is VitaMonk Ketosene suitable for those with gluten intolerance?

Yes, as is following a ketone diet.

What about vegetarians?

Yes, this product is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

Can I buy Ketosene elsewhere, or is it only available for sale on this website?

You can also find our exogenous ketones supplement for sale on Amazon.

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