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Stop fueling your body with sugar and carbs and experience a more natural and efficient energy source with Keto-1. Skip the sugar and opt for an energy supplement made pure BHB salts.
Keto1 Ablaze is the ultimate keto thermogenic supplement, utilizing the most efficacious scientifically-backed ingredients in proper doses. As part of a proper keto diet and exercise plan, Keto1 Ablaze ingredients work synergistically to help you lose weight and conquer your workouts! No more feelings of lethargy and weakness on the keto diet and when you’re pushing yourself to stubborn body fat. You demand the best from yourself, so don’t settle for an inferior formula—be your best every day with Keto1 Ablaze!
- Smooth, Clean Boosts of Energy (No Crashing)
- Enhance Your Metabolic Rate to Burn More Calories All Day
- Increase Fat Loss on Keto (also works for those on higher-carb diets)
- Promotes a Better Mood and Reduces Food Cravings
Boost Metabolic Rate Naturally and Burn More Calories Around the Clock
Keto1 Ablaze is a comprehensive keto fat burner supplement featuring a powerful thermogenic formula that works to increase metabolic rate naturally and safely. This elite blend of evidence-based ingredients works synergistically to help your body burn more calories all day, making it easier for you to shed off those nagging bits of body fat while enhancing the benefits of ketosis.
Clinically Proven to Enhance Energy Levels, Improve Mood, and Reduce Food Cravings
Many fat burners contain nearly three cups of coffee’s worth of caffeine, which merely gives you a short-term burst of “energy” followed soon after by crashing and lethargy. Keto1 Ablaze features a clinical-dose of ingredients that promote smooth, clean energy levels throughout the day, rather than the jittery, artificial “high” you experience after taking a bunch of harsh stimulants. Even better, Keto1 Ablaze works as a natural appetite suppressing supplement, helping reduce unwanted food cravings on keto.
Thermogenic Fat Loss Formula Made Specifically for Keto
Keto1 Ablaze is made with natural thermogenic ingredients and contains absolutely no artificial preservatives, fillers, or dyes that can take you out of ketosis. We made sure to include only the purest, safest, and most effective ketogenic fat burners with none of the unnecessary “junk” that slows you down and spikes your insulin levels. While this formula is made primarily for those on the keto diet, the ingredients will help accelerate thermogenesis on any type of nutrition plan so you can lose weight and sculpt your physique.
BHB is the most potent exogenous ketone with benefits that are seemingly ubiquitous throughout the body. Essentially, by consuming BHB, your body gets an “instant” source of ketones to utilize, and this leads to a variety of physiological changes (especially if you’re on the keto diet).
New scientific studies on BHB are coming out nearly every day that passes now, showing that it helps reduce food cravings, enhances cognitive function, fights inflammation, reduces tumor cell growth, and blocks age-related neurodegeneration.
Medium-Chain Triglycerides & Coconut Oil Powder
Coconut is nature’s richest source of medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) – a distinct group of fats that contain 8,10, or 12 carbons in their fatty acid chemical structure. In contrast to long-chain triglycerides which are incorporated into chylomicrons and transported through the lymphatic system, MCTs are absorbed through the portal system and able to enter mitochondria without the help of carnitine. This results in more efficient energy production and enhanced ketone synthesis.
Animal research published in Diabetes shows that MCTs not only improve nutrient partitioning but also enhance mitochondrial biogenesis and reduce total blood triglyceride levels, thereby helping decrease body fat. In contrast, saturated long-chain triglycerides (which are generally heavily consumed in the typical American diet) have essentially the exact opposite effects and are associated with obesity and insulin resistance.
Apple Cider Vinegar
Research indicates that apple cider vinegar – which provides a diluted dose of acetic acid – delays gastric emptying, thereby creating a sense of fullness when taken before a meal. In turn, apple cider vinegar is beneficial for controlling food intake and promoting weight loss. Moreover, consuming apple cider vinegar before a carb-rich meal has been shown to reduce the magnitude in blood sugar elevation by as much as 30% – a particularly notable benefit even for those on the keto diet who are trying to keep blood glucose levels low enough so as to encourage more ketone production.
Green Coffee Bean Extract (providing Chlorogenic Acids)
Green coffee beans are coffee beans that have not been roasted; they are a major dietary source of chlorogenic acids. Studies have shown that consumption of green coffee bean extract has antihypertensive and anti-obesity actions in humans, working to support a healthier lean-to-fat mass ratio. Chlorogenic acids also work to inhibit glycolytic enzymes, thereby preventing glucose from entering the bloodstream; this promotes the use of fat as a source of energy – making it ideal for weight loss on keto.
Ashwagandha Root Extract
Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) is an adaptogenic herb that has proven to be quite the potent nootropic in humans. Since ashwagandha is an adaptogen, it helps your body handle/cope with stressors (whether they are internal or external). Ashwagandha does this by modulating levels of cortisol – the hormone your adrenal glands produce when stress is high.
If you’re chronically stressed out, your body produces more cortisol; this can lead to excessive fat gain and a hard time losing fat (especially “stubborn” fat). This is where ashwagandha can help.
The most important compound in ashwagandha is known as withaferin-A, which was first isolated from the root of the ashwagandha plant. Withaferin-A has been shown to beneficially modulate numerous pathways in humans and is especially useful for regulating stress hormone production and fighting inflammation.
Hydroxycitric Acid (from Garcinia Cambogia Extract)
Hydroxycitric acid (HCA) is the main acid derived from the fruit of the Garcinia Cambogia tree, found mainly in Southeast Asia. HCA acts as an appetite suppressant by bolstering serotonin levels in the brain (i.e. stimulating its release and inhibiting its re-uptake). Research has shown that increasing serotonin levels can help promote a healthy appetite and improve mood, thereby reducing food intake (and body weight).17
Chicken Bone Broth Proteins
Chicken bone broth proteins are a dense source of collagen, particular type type-II collagen peptides. Collagen is the most abundant protein in humans and higher mammals, making up more than half of the body’s total protein content. As we age, collagen levels start to decline and this tends to degrade many connective and epithelial tissues, leading to chronic joint problems, wrinkly/saggy skin, and reduced vitality. The good news is that consuming collagen peptides from things chicken bone broth can help restore healthy skin complexion and rejuvenate joint integrity so you can keep on your feet and stay active. Further research suggests that chicken collagen can even reduce the risk of hypertension and cardiovascular complications.
Acyranthes Aspara Extract
Achyranthus aspera is a wild tropical plant found mainly in temperate regions of Asia and Africa. Similar to ashwagandha, achyranthus has a myriad of therapuetic applications due to its robust profile of phytochemicals, including alkaloids, flavonoids, saponins, steroids, and terpenoids. Several studies have shown achyranthus is beneficial for promoting healthy blood sugar levels and upregulating thyroid hormone production, which elevates metabolic rate.
Yerba Mate Leaf Extract
Yerba mate (Ilex paraguariensis) is a highly potent diuretic thanks to its natural caffeine and theophylline content, which help promote energy levels and reduce fluid retention in the body, giving your body a leaner and drier look. Many cultures consume yerba mate tea for overall health and longevity, as research suggests it is great for the cardiovascular system and protecting the liver.24
Raspberry ketone is a plant-based ketone (not to be confused with the ketones your body produces) found in red raspberries. In fact, raspberry ketone is what gives red raspberries their bright red color. The chemical structure of raspberry ketone is similar to capsaicin and synephrine, which are stimulant compounds known to exert anti-obese actions and alter fat metabolism. Research suggests that raspberry ketone does indeed have similar weight loss benefits as synephrine and capsaicin, albeit without the excessive stimulant qualities and side effects.
Paullinia cupana, commonly known as guarana, is an Amazonian fruit containing seeds that are a rich natural source of caffeine and caffeine-derivatives, such as theobromine, which work as central nervous system stimulants (CNS) and phosphodiesterase (PDE) inhibitors. By inhibiting PDE enzymes, the caffeine and theobromine in guarana help increase cellular levels of cyclic adenosine monophosphate (cAMP) – a key molecule for transmitting messages from the outside of cells to the inside (which is essential for chemicals that don’t pass through the plasma membrane, like various hormones and neurotransmitters). Guarana seeds also have an antioxidant profile quite similar to green tea leaves, providing a good amount of catechin and epicatechin that neutralize free radicals in cells.29
Coleus Forskolhii Extract (providing Forskolin)
Forskolin is a major diterpene found in the roots of Coleus forskohlii – a tropical plant that has been used in alternative medicine for ages. Many diterpenes exist in nature as they are the most important plant metabolites, but forskolin, in particular, appears to be especially beneficial for enhancing fat loss in humans.30 Similar to caffeine, research has demonstrated that forskolin acts to increase cAMP levels in cells;31 in turn, the breakdown of fatty acids (lipolysis) and metabolic rate are upregulated.
Caralluma Fimbriata Whole Plant Extract
Caralluma fimbriata is an edible cactus commonly found in India that has been studied rather extensively in recent years. Research suggests that the plant acts on the hypothalamus to effectively block hunger signals. In fact, a recent 4-week pilot study found that overweight adults who supplemented with Caralluma fimbriata reduced their waist circumference by twice as much as those who took a placebo.
Black Pepper Extract
Black pepper extract – which is a rich source of piperine – is included in Keto1 Ablaze to increase the efficacy of each ingredient by enhancing intestinal absorption and liver metabolism. In turn, you will experience better results and quicker fat loss than competitor products!
DIRECTION & INGREDIENTS
As a dietary supplement, take six (6) capsules once daily before breakfast. Do not exceed six (6) capsules daily due to the potency of Keto1 Ablaze. Users sensitive to stimulants should access tolerance with a half dose to start (3 capsules).
For use by healthy adults only. Not recommended for persons under the age of 18. Do not use if you are pregnant or nursing. Seek advice from a healthcare professional if you have any pre-existing conditions to ensure it is safe to take this product. Keep out of reach of children.
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We suggest taking a full serving 1-2 times daily (ideally upon waking and again in the early afternoon). Avoid taking Keto1 Ablaze within 3-4 hours of bedtime as it contains a small amount of natural caffeine.
We packed (literally) this product with as many keto-supporting ingredients as we humanly could into each capsule. While the full serving size is 6 capsules, you can start with less to assess your tolerance.
Yes, it does. We utilized Yerba mate and guarana seeds as natural caffeine sources. Yerba mate and guarana seeds are much milder than intense stimulants and comparable to green tea.
This is a very mild product in terms of stimulants. Many fat burners are loaded with exorbitant amounts of harsh stimulants that “get you wired” for a short time, leading to a subsequent crash. We formulated Keto1 Ablaze to contain small amounts of natural caffeine for promoting lasting energy without the side effects and jitters of high stimulant intake. In addition, Keto1 Ablaze features adaptogenic ashwagandha root extract and other herbal ingredients that help boost mood, reduce stress, and encourage healthy appetite throughout the day. And of course, we made sure to include an ample dose of BHB salts which is where the fat-burning magic happens!
Absolutely! Keto1 Ablaze is a fat burner designed to produce equal results for both men and women, regardless of age and level of fitness!