Keto Supplements

Keto Supplements

When eating a keto diet, keto supplements can help you transition into and maintain the state of ketosis. We stock a range of meal replacement formulas, mct oil, and exogenous ketones to support ketogenic and low-carb diets.

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  1. Staunch Nutrition Creatine Five
    Staunch Nutrition Creatine Five
    $49.95
  2. Optimum Nutrition Creatine Powder 1.2kg
    Optimum Nutrition Creatine Powder 1.2kg
    $78.95
    $0.35 per serving
  3. EHP Labs CREA-8 500g
    EHP Labs CREA-8 500g
    $54.95
    $0.55 per serving
  4. Optimum Nutrition Creatine 2500 100caps
    Optimum Nutrition Creatine 2500 100caps
    $29.95
    $0.60 per serving
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    Muscletech Cell-Tech 3lb
    Muscletech Cell-Tech 3lb
    $74.95
    $2.68 per serving
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     MuscleTech Cell-Tech Creactor 120 Serves
    MuscleTech Cell-Tech Creactor 120 Serves
    $59.95
    $0.50 per serving
  7. Optimum Nutrition Creatine 2500 200caps
    Optimum Nutrition Creatine 2500 200caps
    $54.95
    $0.55 per serving
  8. Optimum Nutrition Creatine Powder 300g
    Optimum Nutrition Creatine Powder 300g
    $29.95
    $0.53 per serving
  9. BSN Creatine Dna
    BSN Creatine Dna
    $34.95
  10. Rule 1 Charged Creatine 30 Serve
    Rule 1 Charged Creatine 30 Serve
    $49.95
  11. Olimp Creatine 1250 Mega Caps 120caps
    Olimp Creatine 1250 Mega Caps 120caps
    $29.95
  12. Olimp Kre-Alkalyn 2500 Mega Caps 120 caps
    Olimp Kre-Alkalyn 2500 Mega Caps 120 caps
    $79.95
  13. Gaspari Creatine Monohydrate 300g
    Gaspari Creatine Monohydrate 300g
    $34.99
  14. ProSupps Creagen 30 Serve
    ProSupps Creagen 30 Serve
    $39.95
  15. Ronnie Coleman Creatine XS 300g
    Ronnie Coleman Creatine XS 300g
    $19.95
  16. Switch Nutrition Creapure 100% Creatine Monohydrate 200 Serves
    Switch Nutrition Creapure 100% Creatine Monohydrate 200 Serves
    $39.95
  17. Promera Sports Con-Cret Creatine 64 Serve
    Promera Sports Con-Cret Creatine 64 Serve
    $49.95
  18. NutraKey Creatine Monohydrate 500g
    NutraKey Creatine Monohydrate 500g
    $39.95
  19. NutraKey Creatine Monohydrate 1kg
    NutraKey Creatine Monohydrate 1kg
    $54.95
  20. Olimp Creatine Monohydrate Powder (Creapure) 500 g
    Olimp Creatine Monohydrate Powder (Creapure) 500 g
    $44.95
  21. Olimp Creatine Monohydrate Powder Creapure® 1kg bag
    Olimp Creatine Monohydrate Powder Creapure® 1kg bag
    $69.95
  22. Pack Nutrition Creatine HCL Powder 100 Serve
    Pack Nutrition Creatine HCL Powder 100 Serve
    $49.95
  23. Pack Nutrition Creatine HCL 60caps
    Pack Nutrition Creatine HCL 60caps
    $49.95
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What is the ketogenic diet?

The ketogenic diet is a high fat, low carbohydrate diet primarily used for weight loss, acne control and to improve overall health. The keto diet has also proven beneficial for therapeutic use against diabetes, epilepsy, cancer and Alzheimer’s disease.

How does the ketogenic diet work?

The keto diet forces the body to burn and utilise fat for fuel rather than carbohydrates. Usually the carbohydrates found in food are converted into glucose which would generally be used as fuel for the brain and body. In the absence of glucose the body begins to produce ketones, hence the name "ketogenic diet".

Ketones are produced when you eat very few carbohydrates, the liver produces ketones from fat. These ketones are then used as fuel for the body and work exceptionally well for the brain.

On the ketogenic diet you will experience a more sustained supply of energy and less hunger - This is because you are not spiking your insulin levels up and down with glucose throughout the duration of the day.

What to eat on a keto diet?

The most important thing when trying to achieve a state of ketosis is not to eat too many carbohydrates. The fewer carbs, the more effective you will be at reaching a state of ketosis. The primary foods on the keto diet is meat, fish, eggs, low-carb vegetables and high-fat dairy products.

What to drink on a keto diet?

Ideally you want to stick to water on the keto diet. Coffee and tea are fine too, preferably with no sweeteners… stay well clear of sugar! Protein shakes and aminos help satiate any sweet tooth cravings whilst aiding in recovery and helping you achieve your required protein intake for the day. A little bit of milk or cream is fine to add in your tea, coffee or protein shakes - Be sure to opt for the full-fat variants as opposed to the low-fat counterparts which contain large amounts of sugar. Try to avoid alcohol as much as possible, but if you do decide to have an alcoholic beverage, stick to spirits as they are lower in carbohydrates than beer and wine.

Supplements to use on the ketogenic diet

  • Coffee

    Caffeine can work exceptionally well during the first few weeks of the ketogenic diet as your body adapts to utilizing ketones for fuel. Caffeine is a central nervous system (CNS) stimulant that improves cognitive function, takes away feelings of tiredness and improves athletic performance. The easiest way to add caffeine into your diet is with coffee. Coffee is often mixed with (MCT Oil) on the ketogenic diet as it provides your body with a good dose of caffeine and a healthy serving of fats to fuel your brain and body.

  • Ketones

    There are three different types of ketones; Acetate (Acetone), Acetoacetate (AcAc) and Beta-hydroxybutyrate (BHB). The number one exogenous ketone found in keto supplements is BHB. BHB is the primary ketone body found in supplements because it is the one that can be used most efficiently. BHB can easily cross the blood-brain barrier and acts as an excellent fuel source for both brain and body.

  • MCT Oil

    Medium-chain triglyceride (MCT) Oil is a medium-chain fatty acid that has 6-12 carbon atoms. Unlike their long-form counterparts, MCTs are rapidly broken down and absorbed into the body straight to the liver where they can then be used for energy or turned into ketones. This conversion to ketones is ideal when on the ketogenic diet as it will result in an increase in energy and reduce fatigue.

  • Whey Protein

    Whey Protein is an excellent compliment to the ketogenic diet. It's low in carbohydrates and high in protein which makes it easier to achieve your desired macronutrients for the day whilst satiating any sweet tooth cravings with a wide choice of delicious flavours to choose from.