If you had one hour to teach a friend all about ketosis, press the play button and sit back.

In previous conversations, host Geoffrey Woo has touched on many aspects of ketosis: The research that has been done, the metabolic pathways that are activated, how burning fat for energy affects physical performance, and the different interventions used to reach a state of ketosis.

This episode acts as the source of truth. Geoff and Dr. Brianna Stubbs sit down to lay down ketosis fundamentals, look back at the history, and ponder over what the future will bring. 

In this discussion, you will discover:

– The difference between being in a state of “ketosis” and being “ketogenic”

– How to properly implement a ketogenic diet and the common mistakes many make

– The specific metabolic processes your body undergoes to use ketones for the body and mind

We want to hear from you. Contact podcast@hvmn.com with any feedback, questions, and guest suggestions! Write a review for us on iTunes, let us know via email, and we’ll send you a free Sprint Mini.

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12 thoughts on “Ketosis Explained – Diet, Fasting, Exogenous Ketones, and More || HVMN Podcast: Ep.66”

  1. What do you guys think about @ketolent? I have been using this as a meal replacement. You guys should partner up! 🙂 I just tried HVMN Ketone Ester. Tastes horrible, but seems to be working. Got lots of energy an hour or so after. Now I am going to try to be strict strict Keto now that this has jump started my blood levels to the proper rate.

  2. If an athlete was on a keto diet and in ketosis would taking hvmn without carbs still improve athletic performance? Would you suggest the athlete taking carbs along with the hvmn prior to the event? If so, would this knock the athlete out of ketosis? Thanks

  3. Jeffrey, you appear to have a lot of interest and knowledge to share….but this was an interview, and you didn't let your guest speak! This also meant that she often didn't even get to complete a statement, and the conversation became disorganized. You even failed to let her follow through on some of the questions that you posed specifically for her to answer. It's kind of frustrating, because I was looking for a really clear understanding at a consumer level, and almost an hour later you have addressed very few of the basic questions that the title of your interview implies. Your guest had to compete consistently with your voice drowning her out or cutting her off. One way to prevent this in future would be to clearly identify a few key questions that you want her to weigh in on, and then consciously sit back to listen.

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