Q: What is ketosis?
Ketosis is a natural state for the body, when it is almost completely fueled by fat. This is normal during fasting, or when on a strict low-carb diet, also called a ketogenic diet.
Ketosis has many potential benefits – related to rapid weight loss, health or performance – consult your physician for all users
Q: I thought ketosis was really bad for you, right?
Nope! That would be ketoacidosis, not ketosis. These are two completely different metabolic states. ketoacidosis occurs in diabetics with very high blood sugars
Q: What does Nexgen Ketone Supplement taste like?
A: Actually taste like a warm cup of hot chocolate
Q: How do I know if I’m in ketosis?
A:See HOW DO YOU KNOW YOU'RE IN KETOSIS?
A: No worries here. We use the highest quality beta-hydroxybutyrate, blended to minimize any GI problems. If you do experience any problems, just start with a half scoop and increase from there.
Q: How do you use Nexgen Keto Supplement?
A: Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement take 1 scoop of NexGen Keto powder with 8-10oz of water; use up to three times daily; can be taken with or without food.
Q: Why MCT Powder over oil?
MCT powder provides a more accessible form or use….. Our MCT powder has many benefits over the standard MCT oil:
Q: What are MCT’s?
A: MCT is short for medium chain triglycerides. MCTs are a type of fat that can be readily used for energy by your body and do not have to be broken down before use. They are precursors to ketones and help your body burn fat instead of burning carbs.
Q: Does the Nexgen Keto Supplement contain allergens?
All are keto-approved (of course), gluten free, dairy free, doctor-approved, and lab-tested.
Q: Can I eat a ketogenic diet if I’m a vegetarian or vegan?
A: See our post on the Ketogenic Diet for Vegetarians.
Q: Why are exogenous ketones expensive?
A: See our post Why Exogenous Ketones are Expensive and How They Save You Money.
Q: Are nuts okay to eat on a keto diet?
A: Yes! But there are pros and cons to know about. Read our post on the Pros and Cons of a Ketogenic Diet here.
Q: Can I drink alcohol on a ketogenic diet?
A: You can, but know that it will slow fat loss and weight loss. And the type of drink matters too. See our Keto Diet Alcohol Rules guide for the specifics.
Q: What are good keto foods to eat?
A: We’ve got you covered here. See our Keto Recipes.
Q: What foods should I avoid on keto?
A: See this list: Foods to Avoid on a Ketogenic Diet.
Q: Can I have cheat meals while eating keto?
A: See our post on whether you should have Cheat Meals on Keto.
Q: What is acetone?
A: Acetone is a type of ketone your body produces. See What is Acetone?
Q: I have been having a laxative effect, I am not sure if it’s from the Nexgen Keto Supplement or something else.
Totally relate to the laxative effect. That’s super common. Just be patient and hydrate, it passes. The thing is it takes water to store glucose… so when we dont have glucose we release all that water and get dehydrated. I just wrote an article on it lol – Why Ketones Cause Stomach Pain
Q: How much protein should I be eating on a ketogenic diet?
Great, important question! See Gluconeogenesis: What It Is and Why You Shouldn’t Fear It On Keto
Q: Can I still exercise the same when I’m in ketosis?
A: Exercise is totally possible on the ketogenic diet. Read How to Exercise When You’re in Ketosis.
Q: What type of fats should I eat on a ketogenic diet?
A: See our Good Fats vs Bad Fats guide
Q: How is the keto diet different from the paleo diet? And which is better?
A: See our post on Keto Diet Vs Paleo.
Q: How many carbs should I be eating on a keto diet?
A: See macro ratios and recommendation on carbs here: How Many Carbs Should You Eat on a Ketogenic Diet?
Q: What are net carbs?
A: See our What are Net Carbs? post.
Q: Why am I still not in ketosis?
A: See our post on How I Fixed the Biggest Ketosis Mistakes.
Q: How can I make sure I maintain ketosis?
A: See our guide on How to Maintain Ketosis.
Q: What’s the difference between the ketogenic diet and the Atkins Diet? And which is better?
A: See Keto Diet vs Atkins.
Q: Should I fast to get into ketosis?
A: Read Dr. Anthony’s fasting four-day fasting experience here.
Q: Can anyone drink Nexgen Keto? Or Only on a keto diet?
A: Great question! So exogenous ketones help you get into a state of using fat for energy. You don’t need to be following a strict ketogenic diet to get this benefit. Beta-Hydroxybutyrate is a source of instant energy for anyone who is eating a low carbohydrate diet and may be feeling low energy or performance at work, the gym, or anywhere throughout their day. To sum it up – use exogenous ketones for energy, focus, or ketosis. If you are eating a high carb (but good carb) diet, ketones would not really make sense.
The MCT oil powder makes sense for truly anyone who wants a reliable source of healthy fats. They are readily used by your brain, muscles, and other tissues for a clean burning energy.
Q: What are the ingredients of Nexgen Keto Supplement?
A: Nexgen formulas has created a unique exogenous keytone supplements that contains the patented
BHB salt (beta-hydroxybutyrate). Nexgen Formulas Keto contains a unique blend of ingredients not
found in most keto powders. The key ingredient is 11.4g of BHB. It can help raise your blood ketone
levels. ALC (Acetyl L Carnitine) facilitates the breakdown of endogenous fat stores. Rhodiola Rosea has
shown to help reduce the fatigue that results from high intensity or long workouts. Beta Alinine
possibly increases exercise capacity so you can train harder and longer.
Q: What’s most effective use of this product in order to achieve a constant state of ketosis?
A: Following directions to product use in combination with limiting carbs
Q: What’s the purpose of this if I’m already on a keto diet and in ketosis..is it to get me back into ketosis in case I cheat? Why won’t the body just continue to utilize all the glycogen stores instead?
A: Great question. So if you are already in nutritional ketosis from your diet, exogenous ketones would still help raise ketone (energy) levels when you want that (maybe for focus at work or energy at the gym. They also help get you back into ketosis after cheat meals and skip the “keto flu” which is the period when your body is using up the glycogen you mentioned.
A: We believe this is the best source of protein. Whey protein powder can cause digestive issues, while many plant based options are not complete protein powders. Not only does our Bone Broth Protein pack 20g of protein into a single serving it's good for you gut, immune system, joints, hair, skin and nails. In addition to protein it also contains collagen, gelatin, glucosamine and chondroitin.
Q: Is This Product Organic and/or Grass Fed
A: This product is grass-fed but our bone broth protein powder is not organic
A: Absolutely. It contains 0g of carbs. No additives or fillers.
A: No, our bone broth protein powder does not contain gluten or GMOs.