Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Know About Exogenous Ketones with Dr. Latt Mansor

Are you curious about the benefits of exogenous ketones? For this episode, we welcomed Dr. Latt Mansor to the podcast. He is the lead researcher for Ketone-IQ and consultant to the world's top performers. He has a wealth of information about anything and everything you could ever want to know about metabolism, ketones, intermittent fasting, and much more.  It was a pleasure to chat with him and I know you'll enjoy this episode.

What you'll hear:

  • His research into nutrition and exogenous ketones (1:21)
  • Heart metabolism in hypoxia, with a focus on diabetic rats, and the details of that study (3:52)
  • Exogenous ketones for military and athletic performance, with a focus on ketone IQ as a more affordable and easier option(13:51)
  • Ketone supplements for cognitive function and athletic performance (20:08)
  • Exogenous ketones for exercise and cognitive performance, with a focus on individual response and optimal use (26:26)
  • Ketones' effects on brain function and potential for use in treating PTSD (31:22)
  • Ketones and their effects on sleep and recovery in athletes (37:00)
  • Ketone supplements, their effects on blood sugar and electrolytes, and potential risks for certain individuals (43:01)
  • Ketone IQ and its potential uses for weight loss, appetite suppression, and improving overall health (49:41)
  • The benefits of exogenous ketone supplementation for improving health and reducing chronic disease risks (55:49)

Where to learn more:

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Written By

Robert Sikes


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