Should I take Ketone 2.0 with carbs?

Updated 1 week ago by Taylor

Yes, if you are an athlete following a normal diet, you will see the greatest benefits by combining H.V.M.N. Ketone 2.0 with your normal pre- and post-workout carbs. For athletes doing endurance exercise, the gold standard of carbohydrate consumption is ~60g/h.

However, if you are an athlete who follows a ketogenic diet, carbs are not essential. The Ketone-IQ™️ technology in Ketone 2.0 provides carb-free energy that does not trigger insulin release.

If you are taking Ketone 2.0 without exercising, you do not have to take it with carbs. Irrespective of your diet, Ketone-IQ will raise your blood BHB levels.

We recommend lowering your intake of refined carbohydrates, as this is likely to have a positive impact on your health.


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