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What are exogenous ketones?

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  Published on April 14th, 2021
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Exogenous ketones are supplemental ketones that are found in either powdered or liquid form. The powdered versions are bound to minerals such as calcium, sodium, or magnesium, while the liquid forms primarily consist of  ketone esters. Exogenous (outside) ketones are ketones that are ingested and, upon consumption, behave similarly to the endogenous ketones that the body produces due to carbohydrate restriction.

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