Ketone Ester Manufacturer - Cofttek

Ketone Ester

January 17, 2022

Cofttek is the best Ketone Ester (1208313-97-6) manufacturer in China. Our factory has a complete production management system (ISO9001 & ISO14001), with a monthly production capacity of 260kg.


Status: In Mass Production
Unit: 1kg/bag, 25kg/Drum

Ketone Ester Specifications

Name: Ketone Ester
CAS: 1208313-97-6
Purity 98%
Molecular Formula: C8H16O4
Molecular Weight: 176.21 g/mol
Boiling point: 269° C
Chemical name: 3-hydroxybutyl-(R)-3-hydroxybutyrate
Synonyms: Ketone Ester; BD-AcAc 2 UNII-X587FW0372 [(3R)-3-hydroxybutyl] (3R)-3-hydroxybutanoate More…
InChI Key: AOWPVIWVMWUSBD-RNFRBKRXSA-N
Elimination Half Life: 0.8–3.1 h for β-hydroxybutyrate and 8–14 h for acetoacetate
Solubility: Soluble in water
Storage Condition: 0 – 4 C for short term (days to weeks), or -20 C for long term (months)
Application: Ketone esters are supplements that claim to put the body into ketosis, without requiring a person to follow the ketogenic diet. When in ketosis, the body burns fat for fuel, and it’s usually reached by following the high-fat, low-carb keto diet , or through fasting.
Appearance: White powder

 

What is Ketone Ester (1208313-97-6)?

Ketone esters are supplements that claim to put the body into ketosis, without requiring a person to follow the ketogenic diet. When in ketosis, the body burns fat for fuel, and it’s usually reached by following the high-fat, low-carb keto diet , or through fasting.

 

Ketone Ester (1208313-97-6) benefits

Nutritional Support for a Recovering Brain

When the brain experiences physiological stress, its ability to properly metabolize glucose for energy can be compromised as it recovers. In this situation, ketones are the preferred energy source for the brain and the natural uptake of ketones increases significantly. When provided as a supplement, BHB is actively transported across the blood-brain barrier and aids in the formation of additional mitochondria in brain cells. In the brain, BHB supports cerebral blood flow and resistance to oxidative stress. Research models demonstrate improved brain structure and function in ketosis.

 

Healthy brain aging

When it comes to unlocking the body’s secrets that regulate aging, metabolism, and cellular energy production, many signs point to a molecule in our cells known as nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide – or NAD+. Although NAD+ is essential for numerous functions in the body, including brain health, its level naturally declines with age.

In an animal study to determine the effect ketosis would have on NAD+ levels, there was a significant increase in brain NAD+ levels and increased ketones in the blood after just two days on a ketogenic diet. The levels remained elevated for three weeks. The researchers suggest, “increased NAD+ during ketolytic metabolism may be a primary mechanism behind the beneficial effects of this metabolic therapy in promoting health and longevity.”

 

Athletic performance

Ketones might benefit athletic performance. Five separate studies conducted on 39 high-performance athletes observed the effect of ketone supplementation. These studies found ketones:

  • increased plasma BHB levels
  • increased fat oxidation
  • reduced plasma lactic acid buildup
  • modestly increased endurance

 

Appetite satiety

Supplemental ketones might increase satiety (the feeling of fullness). A small trial of 15 subjects investigated the effects of ketones on appetite. Participants drank either a ketone drink or a dextrose drink with the same number of calories. Results showed an increase in blood BHB levels 60 minutes after ingestion in the ketone group, but no change in the dextrose group. Ghrelin, often called “the hunger hormone,” is the hormone associated with stimulating appetite, fat deposition, and release of growth hormone. This study showed post-prandial ghrelin levels were significantly decreased in the ketone group compared to the dextrose group, and perceived decrease in appetite lasted longer in the ketone group versus the dextrose group. Therefore, supplemental ketones might help reduce hunger and a desire to eat.

 

Ketone Ester (1208313-97-6) Application?

Ketone esters are supplements that claim to put the body into ketosis, without requiring a person to follow the ketogenic diet.

When in ketosis, the body burns fat for fuel, and it’s usually reached by following the high-fat, low-carb keto diet, or through fasting.

Ketones are made by the body when glucose and glycogen (from carbs) aren’t available for energy.

Ketone esters were first developed for use by the US Army to improve performance and focus and to reduce inflammation.

 

Ketone Ester (1208313-97-6) to take

Performance Boost – This drink gives you the strength and energy to go faster for longer.

Faster Recovery – This natural fuel offers supernatural results when it comes to fast recovery.

Improved Focus – Cognitive improvements help you perform at your best.

Easy Usage – Just drink the ketones and go!

Instant Results – You achieve a state of ketosis in just a few minutes.

 

Ketone Ester powder for sale(Where to Buy Ketone Ester powder in bulk)

Our company enjoys long term relationships with our clients because we focus on customer service and providing great products. If you are interested in our product, we are flexible with the customization of orders to suit your specific need and our quick lead time on orders guarantees you’ll have great tasting our product on-time. We also focus on value-added services. We are available for service questions and information to support your business.

We are an professional Ketone Ester powder supplier for several years, we supply products with competitive price, and our product is of the highest quality and undergoes strict, independent testing to ensure that it is safe for consumption around the world.

 

References

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  2. R.M. Denton, P.J. Randle, B.J. Bridges, R.H. Cooper, A.L. Kerbey, H.T. Pask, D.L. Severson, D. Stansbie, S. Whitehouse Regulation of mammalian pyruvate dehydrogenase Mol. Cell. Biochem., 9 (1975), pp. 27-53
  3. P.O. Kwiterovich Jr, E.P. Vining, P. Pyzik, R. Skolasky Jr, J.M. Freeman Effect of a high-fat ketogenic diet on plasma levels of lipids, lipoproteins, and apolipoproteins in children JAMA., 290 (2003), pp. 912-920