|Port:||Beijing, Shanghai and Tianjing|
|Payment Terms:||L/C,T/T,Western Union|
|Supply Ability:||10000 Kilogram/Kilograms per Month|
|Place of Origin:||Shaanxi China|
|Product Name:||Beta hydroxybutyrate salt|
|Appearance:||White fine powder|
|Shelf life:||2 Years|
|Packaging:||1kg/bag, 25kg/drum; two plasic bags inside, one foil bag inside|
|Lead time:||1-3 days|
|preferential price:||USD45.0/kg for 1kg BHB+1kg MCT|
|Packaging Detail:||1kg/bag, 25kg/drum two plasic bags inside, one foil bag inside|
Beta hydroxybutyrate salt
White fine powder
Loss on Drying
Weight loss is usually the number one reason why people undergo following a ketogenic diet. High blood ketone levels can reduce lipogenesis and increase lipolysis (breaking down of fat), can have a satiety effect, including affecting appetite-controlling hormones and can result in a greater overall metabolic efficiency. Studies have shown that ketones can improve mitochondrial efficiency and reduce your respiratory quotient.
Enhanced brain function is another reason why a "keto" diet has been whisked back into popularity. Studies show that your brain can run almost 25% more efficiently when using ketones as fuel vs glucose. Studies also state that elevated blood ketone levels can improve memory function, as well as increase ATP concentrations and the number of hippocampal mitochondria in the brain of mice by up to 50%.
There are even studies suggesting that Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease result from impaired glucose tolerance (sometimes called type 3 diabetes). If this is true, then ketones can provide an alternative fuel source for your brain and improve cognitive function.
Inflammation is largely believed to be a root cause of many metabolic diseased states, including obesity, Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease. BHB has been shown to decrease the inflammasome NLRP3, a pro-inflammatory protein that responds rapidly to things like toxins, infections, injuries and too much glucose.
Performance enhancement is can be the result of reconfiguring your body to run on ketones instead of glucose. Part of the theory for that has to do with the fact that ketones like BHB can provide greater enthalpy (heat of combustion, energy for Krebs cycle) per 2c carbon units vs pyruvate, the end product of glycolysis. In fact, ketones are readily oxidized in skeletal muscle tissue, which causes a glucose sparing effect.
Studies show that elite athletes on a ketogenic diet experience longer time to exhaustion during moderate-intensity exercise (60% VO2 max), as well as no difference in high-intensity exercise. This essentially means there was no loss of performance when following a ketogenic diet vs traditional high carb diet in elite athletes.
Paper-drums and two plastic-bags inside
Preserve in tight, light resistant containers at 2℃ - 8℃.
2 years when properly stored.
What is Ketones?
First off, what are ketones? Ketone bodies are the products of fatty acid metabolism in the mitochondria of your liver. There are three ketone bodies your body naturally produces: Acetoacetate (the most abundant), (R)-beta-hydroxybutyrate (BHB), and to a lesser extent acetone (acetone is normally what you smell on a person's breath if they are in ketosis).
When glucose is scarce, your body can go into a state of ketosis, where it will shift to producing and using ketones as its primary source of fuel in your heart, brain and muscle tissue. Just like glucose, ketone bodies can be used as a source of energy for your body, as their breakdown yields 22 ATP and 2 GTP molecules per molecule of acetoacetate.
Ketone production is upregulated during periods of starvation which may have been an evolutionary survival mechanism to act as a fuel source for your brain. Ketones also serve many important physiological functions.
In cells, they can be reconverted into Acetyl CoA, the end product of beta-oxidation of fatty acids, where they can be an alternative source of energy, as well as help produce NADH and FADH2, key electron-donating cofactors that help regulate the Krebs cycle.
Ketone bodies offer a range of positive metabolic effects including lowering glucose utilization, protein-sparing properties (possibly due to their abilities to act as a Histone Deacetylase inhibitor which can decrease myostatin levels) and exhibit anti-lipolytic actions on adipose tissue.