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My trial with Keto Boost (Lipase & K2)

I absolutely love my Pruvit Ketones and I will not stop taking them. They give me more energy, they help with my food cravings, they help with my brain fog, and my fat loss. The only problem that I have had with these ketones is GI Upset. And it was bad. Beginners on these ketones usually start with 1/2 or 1 tablespoon once a day or twice a day. Then we work our way up to 1 charged or caffeinated pack in the morning and then an uncharged or no caffeine pack around 5 to 7 pm. Well, I was never able to get that far without some annoying side effects. What I did is cut back on my ketones which made me sad. I went back to 1/2 packet in the morning and 1/2 packet in the late afternoon. This helped but I still felt like I wanted to fix this issue.

Pruvit has a boatload of doctors behind their products and these doctors provide informational videos and advice about using Pruvit products. One of the recommendations for this problem was to incorporate lipase and k2 supplements. Well that is what I did! It worked! A little too well I guess you could say because then I had constipation. I know TMI!

Products Trialed- Lipase and K2

Lipase

K2

Day 1- I took my Keto Boost and K2 around 5pm and took 1/2 pack of ketones. No GI upset at all. Did it work that quick or was that a fluke?

Day 2- I woke up and took my Keto Boost and K2 about 9am. I took a whole packet of my favorite flavor of ketones, Heart Tart. No GI upset all day. Oh my goodness, it worked!

Day 3- I woke up and took my Keto Boost and K2, which are now new supplements in my daily regime. I must say though, that I might switch these to either an alternating schedule or every other day for both. I think that you have to go with what your body is telling you.

I give these products 2 thumbs up! They worked! Our Pruvit Doctors know what they are doing and I love watching their videos because I am always learning more about the keto lifestyle, ketones, and really the body as a whole.

My trial with Keto Boost (Lipase & K2)

I absolutely love my Pruvit Ketones and I will not stop taking them. They give me more energy, they help with my food cravings, they help with my brain fog, and my fat loss. The only problem that I have had with these ketones is GI Upset. And it was bad. Beginners on these ketones usually start with 1/2 or 1 tablespoon once a day or twice a day. Then we work our way up to 1 charged or caffeinated pack in the morning and then an uncharged or no caffeine pack around 5 to 7 pm. Well, I was never able to get that far without some annoying side effects. What I did is cut back on my ketones which made me sad. I went back to 1/2 packet in the morning and 1/2 packet in the late afternoon. This helped but I still felt like I wanted to fix this issue.

Pruvit has a boatload of doctors behind their products and these doctors provide informational videos and advice about using Pruvit products. One of the recommendations for this problem was to incorporate lipase and k2 supplements. Well that is what I did! It worked! A little too well I guess you could say because then I had constipation. I know TMI!

Products Trialed- Lipase and K2

Lipase

K2

Day 1- I took my Keto Boost and K2 around 5pm and took 1/2 pack of ketones. No GI upset at all. Did it work that quick or was that a fluke?

Day 2- I woke up and took my Keto Boost and K2 about 9am. I took a whole packet of my favorite flavor of ketones, Heart Tart. No GI upset all day. Oh my goodness, it worked!

Day 3- I woke up and took my Keto Boost and K2, which are now new supplements in my daily regime. I must say though, that I might switch these to either an alternating schedule or every other day for both. I think that you have to go with what your body is telling you.

I give these products 2 thumbs up! They worked! Our Pruvit Doctors know what they are doing and I love watching their videos because I am always learning more about the keto lifestyle, ketones, and really the body as a whole.

My Name is Shannon Brown

Independent Pruvit Ketone Distributor

I have had my Bachelor’s of Science (BSN) in nursing four years now. I am currently in school for my Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) degree to become a Family Nurse Practitioner. Before becoming a nurse I was a Respiratory Therapist for 12 years.

What else about me?

  • I have 3 amazing boys and 3 stepdaughters with my husband. We call ourselves the Brown Bunch.
  • I tried Pruvit Ketones a while ago and fell in love after my first drink.

Through out my page you will see that I like to put the science in there because of course I am a big science nerd and I love to see the facts and the Peer-Reviewed Science behind what I am drinking everyday.

What have Ketones done for me?

  • Increased my Fat Loss – So Far 25 pounds, also with a Lazy Keto Diet.
  • Decreased my level of anxiety – so much that I was able to come down on my medications.
  • It has given me more energy throughout the day. I am sensitive to caffeine. The Charged or Caffeinated Ketones, give me a clean energy. I do not feel jittery or shaky.
  • I have increased focus and less brain fog.
  • Benefits of Pruvit Ketones is that you can reach ketosis in an hour.
  • Pruvit supports healthy cell function.
  • Rapidly repairs DNA
  • Boosts immune function
  • Elevates essential amino acids necessary for optimizing body composition.

In other words……….It is not just about the fat loss for me. I take Pruvit Ketones twice a day to help my body in many ways. I take a caffeinated or (charged) packet about 9 AM in the morning with 12-16 ounces of water, and then I take a non-caffeinated packet around 7 PM, but you can move this around with your schedule

Can’t think how to get started? Just visit my website http://msshannonRN@experienceketo.com. This website is very informational and explains how the exogenous ketones work in the body.

When you’re ready to start, I will have instructions for you on my home page!

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