Frequently Asked Questions


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Electrolyte Recovery Plus

Electrolytes are charged minerals that conduct electricity to power your nervous system. The main electrolytes are sodium, chloride, potassium, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus and bicarbonate.

Electrolytes regulate many crucial bodily functions. They keep your body water optimized, your brain floating nicely in your skull, your heart beating, your muscles contracting, and much more. If you’re active or on a low-carb diet, you’re probably losing more electrolytes than you’re consuming through diet. These need to be replaced to feel and perform your best.

Two reasons. First, whole food diets like keto are often low in electrolytes like sodium, chloride, magnesium, calcium and potassium. Second, restricting carbs lowers insulin levels, which makes you lose more electrolytes through urine. It’s a recipe for electrolyte deficiency, which is why many folks experience the range of symptoms known as “keto flu”.

Being low in electrolytes can lead to fatigue, cramps, headaches, and weakness. This is super common for keto and active folks, who lose more electrolytes through sweat and urine. Replacing electrolytes means better energy and less symptoms.

Along with electrolytes, B vitamins, vitamin C, selenium, and copper are important for energy, immunity, and general wellness.

Take 1-3 scoops daily to support low-carb electrolyte needs, and take an extra scoop after exercise to support hydration and recovery.

Key Keto Exogenous Ketones

Ketones are tiny molecules that fuel your body with alternate energy when carbs are scarce. There are three types of ketones: beta-hydroxybutyrate (BHB), acetoacetate, and acetone. BHB is your main energy ketone, and the active ingredient in Key Keto. Read more about Ketones here.

Exogenous ketones are ketones that originate outside your body. They’re nearly identical to the ketones your body makes on a keto diet.

Better energy, enhanced athletic performance, increased mental acuity, and a smoother adaptation to keto.

11.1 grams BHB. Most studies showing benefits of exogenous ketones use a similar dose.

Yes, taking exogenous ketones elevates blood ketone levels for several hours.

No. Exogenous ketones temporarily raise ketone levels, while eating a keto diet gets you burning fat to produce ketones. However, exogenous ketones can provide extra energy and comfort to augment a keto diet. They work well together.

No, exogenous ketones will elevate ketones even in the presence of carbs. Still, we recommend a keto diet for maximum synergy and benefits.

In the morning to increase alertness, in the afternoon to stay peppy, before a workout to increase energy, or as needed to support your transition to the keto diet.