How do I use Ketone 2.0 for Athletic Performance?

Updated 2 weeks ago by Taylor

Use Case

Customer: Athlete

Use: Performance

Target BHB Level: ~1.5-2.5 mmol

Blood BHB Adjusting: While we recommend serving sizes for this use case, the most accurate way to ensure you receive the intended effects and benefits is to measure your blood BHB and adjust your dose size accordingly.

Benefits: Taking H.V.M.N. Ketone 2.0 can help you unlock key benefits for athletic performance. Its Ketone-IQ™️ technology elevates levels of D-BHB in the blood, which acts as a fuel and alters the way that the body uses other fuel sources. D-BHB is 28% more efficient as a fuel than glucose alone (1) and doesn’t contribute to sugar crashes or insulin spikes—enabling athletes to sustain peak mental clarity during competitions. Another study found that athletes saw a 2% increase in endurance after consuming ketones, which may also improve performance (2).

Dosage & Protocol

Protocol

  • Drink 30-60 minutes before exercise with usual pre-workout fuel. For extended exercise, take an additional serving every ~2 hours.*

Dose Chart

Blood ketone levels will be highly dependent on each individual person, their metabolism, activity level, and their dosage (timing and amount). Serving sizes should always be used as guidance, and blood ketone readings will always be the most accurate method of determining your own blood ketone levels and adjusting your dose accordingly.

Weight

Dose Size

< 150 lbs

1 serving

150-200 lbs

2 servings

> 200 lbs

3 servings

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to treat, cure, diagnose, or prevent any disease.

Do not consume more than 3 servings of Ketone 2.0 in one day.

Please consult your physician for personalized medical advice. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions regarding a medical condition. Never disregard or delay seeking professional medical advice or treatment because of something you have read on the H.V.M.N. website.

Sources

  1. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/7768357/
  2. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27475046/


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