The first issue of Hacked magazine was released at Prüvit’s Epik convention in January. Hacked is an 80-page magazine packed with success stories, information and third-party credibility on how ketones and KETO//OS are helping people hack into their full potential.
The magazine opens up with an article about the benefits of ketones and how difficult it is for the human body to reach ketosis and produce ketones through strict dieting. Exogenous ketone supplementation is becoming the answer for more and more people to experience the benefits of ketones and being in ketosis.
Dr. Dominic D’Agostino, one of the world’s foremost experts and researchers on ketones, shares some of his findings in the magazine. “Nutritional ketosis is difficult to achieve and sustain for most people, but the use of exogenous ketones enables you to circumvent the dietary restriction and achieve the many benefits that ketone metabolites have to offer,” Dr. D’Agostino says in Hacked. He also explains how the formulation for KETO//OS came from research made possible by a grant from the U.S. Department of Defense and the Office of Navy Research. The research originally focused on benefiting soldiers in extreme combat situations requiring peak mental performance.
Several incredible success stories are told throughout the magazine, such as how KETO//OS helped Prüvit Pruver Michael Rutherford lose 100 pounds. Several professional athletes, such as UFC fighter Anthony Pettis and world-class bodybuilder Toney Freeman, tell how KETO//OS has helps them compete at elite levels while maintaining levels of energy and mental clarity they haven’t found with other products.
Other sections of the magazine cover how Prüvit is leading the national conversation about exogenous ketones, and educating people from all walks of life about the benefits of using ketones as an alternative fuel source.