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Chapter 18: The Top 5 Keto Supplements

June 25, 2018 2 min read

Chapter 18: The Top 5 Keto Supplements

While you are on a keto diet, you can use some supplements to get the most out of your diet journey. Let’s take a look at 6 of the best supplements.


#1. Electrolytes

You can have the right supplement to cover your deficiency of sodium and potassium while you are on a keto diet. The two electrolytes are responsible for controlling your muscle and nerve functions in addition to performing many other things.

Lower levels of sodium and potassium may cause keto flu, which may show several symptoms, such as fatigue, headaches, and constipation. So, you may take sodium and potassium supplement to cover the deficiency.

Magnesium helps your body maintain blood pressure, strengthen immunity and stabilize muscle and nerve function. You can have magnesium supplements if you feel fatigued on the keto diet.


#2. Vitamin D Supplements

Vitamin D functions as a hormone as well as a nutrient in your body. While many food products contain vitamin D, you can’t get enough of it from food only. Getting sun is one way of getting it, but prolonged exposure to sun may not be good for your skin.

With Vitamin D, your body can absorb many minerals, such as calcium, and magnesium. Moreover, Vitamin D helps you maintain your muscle growth, strength, testosterone levels, bone density, immunity and cardiovascular system.

Daily supplementation of around 400 IU is good to provide your body with enough Vitamin D.


#3. MCT Oil Supplements

MCT is a short form of “medium-chain triglycerides”. Actually, MCT is the type of fat that your body uses for energy instantly rather than store them in the form of fat. Moreover, MCTs help your body produce ketones so you can stay in ketosis.

You can go for MCT oil powder or MCT oil to get enough of MCT for better fat efficiency.


#4. Fish Oil Supplements

The three types of omega-3 fatty acid that your body needs include ALA, DHA, and EPA and fish oil is a good source of DHA and EPA. You can consume fish and opt for fish supplements to get the three fatty acids.

Although the keto diet does contain the omega-3 fatty acids, most of the ketogenic foods are heavy with omega-6’s and too much of it may cause inflammation.

Omega-3s are required for a healthy heart and brain. So, you can either eat fish or consume omega-3 supplements. Fish oil with an EPA/DHA of between 3000 and 5000 milligrams per day is recommended.


#5. Exogenous Ketones

With exogenous ketones, you can provide your body with a lot of ketones instantly. These supplements can get you back into ketosis with any effort. Plus, they provide quick energy even if you are in ketosis or not. You can enjoy a lot of other benefits as well, such as better focus, high energy levels, weight loss, reduced inflammation and a higher level of energy.


Make sure the supplements you are going to use are free of carbs, sugars, additives, fillers and are made with quality BHB.

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