Dr.Berg's Take On Exogenous Ketone Pills (Keto BHB Supplement Review)

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Dr. Berg gives his opinion on taking exogenous ketones. Many sites who sell this product do not emphasize changing your diet or lowing your carbs. This defeats the whole purpose of getting your eating corrected and developing a healthy lifestyle.

Talking Exogenous (Beta Hydroxybutyrate BHB) Ketones in a pill form, make allow you to see ketones in your urine, but this does not mean you are somehow magically burning fat.

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Dr. Berg, 56 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in weight loss through nutritional and natural methods. His private practice is located in Alexandria, Virginia. His clients include senior officials in the U.S. government and the Justice Department, ambassadors, medical doctors, high-level executives of prominent corporations, scientists, engineers, professors, and other clients from all walks of life. He is the author of The 7 Principles of Fat Burning, published by KB Publishing in January 2011. Dr. Berg trains chiropractors, physicians and allied healthcare practitioners in his methods, and to date he has trained over 2,500 healthcare professionals. He has been an active member of the Endocrinology Society, and has worked as a past part-time adjunct professor at Howard University.


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  1. Nice video. I was thinking of trying this type of supplement, but you make more sense. Thanks for saving me the $130 🙂

  2. What if you were underweight, and you don’t wanna lose weight? And you were just looking for the extra fuel as an alternative to glucose because you don’t eat sugar and you are diabetic??

  3. You mentioned long-distance runners might have a use for EK… I am a Hiker and have thought of this BUT there is a caveat… and a plus depending on how you look at it… using Ketone Salts will not only add Ketones but also add salts to the body… the caveat is you will need water LOTS of it. Sometimes water is limited in the wild.

  4. My question is this: If you take these exogenous ketones, does it really put your body in a state of ketosis or are you just peeing out the ketones you just took? What do they actually do for you? If I do the keto diet (which I've done for years and it certainly works for weight loss) AND I take some of these exogenous ketones, are there any benefits to it? Am I not better off just doing the diet and not wasting my money on supplements? Thanks.

  5. And it's not for weight, it's for brain health for myself and my brother in law who's suffering with cognitive issues.

  6. Dr Berg, Can you recommend some ketones that aren't full of sugar and aren't extremely high priced, I'm so confused. Thank you in Advance.

  7. Since I been following dr Berg and doing everything right and I’m a shredded 210 pounds at 6’1” tall but I was hoping to add keto fuel to aid in extra ketones. I do bodybuilding/boxing and calisthenics as well as HIIT. Any advice on adding “Keto Fuel”?

  8. This is not what it´s said in the "Ketogenic Bible" written by medical PhD researchers. The exogenous ketones are meant to help you kickstart ketosis. Imagine you have a lever in your body that is stuck in "fat storage mode" for years, it´s even rusty because you eat so many carbs every day. When you start the keto life style, you wanna start producing the ketones , it´s like applying WD40 to this stuck lever so it can go to it´s default place which is fat burning mode. Taking the exogenous ketones help induce the body to start producing ketones faster. But of course you need to have adopted the keto lifestyle already, those supplements are not meant to be taken by people eating a regular western diet.

  9. They were/are? Looking at them for Alzheimer’s treatment.. so it’s supposedly good for people who have a “diabetes of the brain” & the ketones are used as an energy source when otherwise your brain is being starved.. but it’s info from 2013 & I need to continue to do research on it.. but thought you should know a purpose they serve that was being tested.

  10. These helped me get back onto a keto diet by killing the initial sugar cravings. Didn't expect that, and it didn't seem like a placebo.

    When I took this daily when off of keto I would start to feel really sick.

  11. What if you just started a 7 day fast?
    Would it be helpful to take ketones to help get your body transitioned?
    Or is it better to get your body into ketosis before starting a fast?

  12. Do both, you can carb cycle then get into ketosis faster, so yes do it the natural way but have them as backup

  13. My personal belief is that the body is incapable of maintaining its own fat burning processes if you force it into a ketosis state when it is not making its own ketones…. you are delaying the process of the body burning off burning off all of the glucose that you have stored and eating the fat and it's false….I don't know how to explain it.
    it just Is so wrong there's nothing good about eating those fake ketones doctor Burke can you please do an independent research study on the physiological study of what those things Due to the ketosis system of working in your body

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