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Ketogenic Diet: Are There Any Foods Or Supplements I Can Eat To Speed Up Ketosis?

If you want to help yourself get into ketosis faster then using a high quality MCT (Medium Chain Triglyceride) Oil will speed this up. I think Dave Asprey makes the best oils. The next level down is the standard MCT Oil which has both C8 and C10 chains XCT Oil - 32 oz. By far my favorite way of getting into and staying in Ketosis (and this is coming from somebody who follows all the correct nutritional rules) is Exogenous Ketones. These put you into a state of Ketosis almost immediately (and that is reflected in the price range). Until now most of them were too unpalatable to bother with but there have been some fantastic innovations in the last year. I really like KetoSports KetoCaNa (10.75oz) The Original Exogenous Ketone Supplement - it has a very pleasant taste and does not have any sugar, unlike some of the other brands. Anyway, best of luck to you. And if you have any more questions pop them in the comments below. Disclosure: Some of the links above are affiliate links. I am a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com: Onlin Continue reading >>

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  1. Thunderized

    Hello guys. Long time lurker, first time poster. Wanting to cosplay for an anime convention is what spurred me on to actually attempt keto after reading about it for a while. I've been doing it for almost two months with my brother and we've both lost around 22 pounds.
    We combined IF with keto and we only eat once a day around 6-7 in the evening. Lots of heavy cream, butter and olive oil fried meat and spinach with cheese are constituents of our daily intake. However, recently I had been worrying that we're not getting a lot of vitamins/minerals that we might need, so around 2 weeks ago I bought One a Day for Men (those vitamin supplements), and I have been taking them with dinner.
    I watched some seminars/presentations of Peter Attia about the importance of Omega 3 fatty acids, and I don't really get to eat fish that often, so yesterday I bought some fish oil supplements to go along with my vitamin supplements.
    However, my brother complains that we're taking too many pills and jokes (morbidly) about how it's like we have a serious illness and are being forced to take pills.
    How do fellow ketoers handle the lack of some nutrients in the diet? Do some of you take multivitamins? Are my apprehensions valid or do they have no basis? Is it okay for me to take fish oil and one a day together with meals, or is that too many supplements?
    tl;dr Taking multivitamins and fish oil with meals, is that okay?

  2. midnightreign

    Daily multivitamin consumer here - I probably have some very expensive urine, but I figure it's worth it to make sure I'm not missing out on some critical macro/micro nutrients.
    I also take an Omega 3 supplement once daily, because while I like fish, I don't like mercury and so don't consume tons of seafood.

  3. materhern

    Yeah, no problems with taking supplements. I take a ton for various reasons.
    Multivitamin even before keto.
    Fish oil to raise good cholesterol as for some reason I can't keep it high enough.
    Vitamin C for health with allergies.
    B-complex, inositol, potassium, magnesium, l-carnitine, and chromium piccolinate.

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