BHB AND COMPOSITION
Understanding BHB is essential to joining a ketogenic diet and remaining in ketosis in a conscious manner. What exactly is BHB? It is an organic compound, considered to be one of the “physiological” ketone codes produced and burned in our cells. The best way to increase endogenous BHB production is to achieve the state of nutritional ketosis by reducing carbohydrate intake. The state of ketosis is also achieved by the process commonly referred to as “fasting”. Endogenous Ketones are produced by the body naturally through a low-carbohydrate diet or when fasting. The process of creating endogenous BHB is called KETOGENESIS.
A mixture of minerals, chlorophyll and salts of beta-hydroxybutyric acid (CaNaK) 400MG:
(Ca-BHB) 100 mg, (K-BHB) 80 mg, (Na-BHB) 70 mg, Magnesium malate 10 mg Mixture of minerals (from salts of beta-hydroxybutyric acid):
Calcium 40 mg, potassium 40 mg, sodium 20 mg, chlorophyll 40 mg