One of the most common confusions people have about KETO//OS is whether or not it is a ketogenic diet plan product.
It’s easy to see why, mostly because of the name of the product and the results people have while taking it.
But KETO//OS is not a ketogenic product. It is a ketone fuel source.
To understand why, let’s break down the ketogenic.
Take the word KETO (which is derived from ketone) and then the word GENIC (which means producing). So, the result of a ketogenic diet is to produce ketones.
Now, back to KETO//OS. Like we said, it is not a ketogenic product. Why? Because it’s not producing ketones. It is ketones. As an exogenous ketone supplement, it is putting the ketones in your body.
In other words, it already IS a ketone fuel source.
You don’t have to follow a ketogenic diet plan or a ketone-producing nutrition plan to take KETO//OS or to get the results of a ketone fuel source. Now, if you are attempting a ketogenic diet or a low-carb, high-fat plan, you can certainly fit KETO//OS into your lifestyle.
But with an exogenous ketone product, you can get the benefits of using ketones as a fuel source without having to follow a ketogenic lifestyle. This could include anyone from parents of kids with an eating disorder, people wanting to improve their focus, runners who want to reduce glycogen depletion, someone wanting to reduce carb and sugar cravings.
So, no matter if you just want to feel better or lose 100 pounds, KETO//OS can help you achieve your goals. That’s going to look different for everyone, and it should. It all starts with figuring out what you want and what results you want to achieve.
That’s now possible because of the on-demand ketone fuel source.