One study found that at low blood ketone concentrations, exercise increases the rate at which ketones are produced. However, when blood ketones are already elevated, they do not rise with exercise and may actually decrease for a short period. In addition, working out in a fasted state has been shown to drive up ketone levels. Your liver converts some of these fatty acids into the ketone bodies acetone, acetoacetate and beta-hydroxybutyrate. These ketones can be used as fuel by portions of the brain.
How is it possible to reduce high blood pressure, have an excellent blood profile and beat every PR in the gym I had when I was 30, at the age of 59? It’s a simple equation…I’m made of meat and that’s what I will feed it.
To prevent ketosis and provide glucose beyond our minimal needs. But we’ve already established that ketosis is not a bad thing when it’s not due to diabetes. The latest research shows the jury is still out for the long-term effects of a low carb ketogenic diet.