Code 318 - Original Unflavored - 3.5 Lbs. - $19.95
Code 319 - Carob Flavored - 3.5 Lbs. - $19.95

Ketozyne - Carob Flavored
or many years, the practice of inducing ketosis through changes in dietary practices in order to lose weight, was taboo. Alarm was initially created in connection with the Cambridge Diet, a liquid protein product that followed the successful publication of The Last Chance Diet (1976). When about 50 people reportedly died using this very low calorie, low fat diet, the U.S. FDA began circulating the word that high protein, low carb, low fat diets were to be discouraged. But the problem was the product -- not the concept. Ketosis continues to be greatly misunderstood to this day, but one thing is certain -- the science behind it has been validated and is here to stay.
The principles behind ketosis-induced weight loss is hornbook biochemistry -- in the absence of carbohydrates, the body will pull from its fat reserves to help metabolize proteins and fats.
Dr. Atkins' - one of his followup diet books following the success of his first book Out of this simple observation came The Atkins Diet, published by the late Dr. Robert Atkins. Although the sensation created by the book began slowly at first, it has now become a tidal wave movement within the weight loss community. In addition to spawning another dozen or so books, the "Atkins organization" now has its own product (expensive, but generally well reviewed), and web site.
It is our opinion that a program that uses ketosis for rapid weight loss should be relatively short-lived and quite focussed in its goals. Some of the most important phytonutrients for sustaining good health come from fruits and vegetables which are anything but free of carbohydrates. Although one serving (30 g.) of Ketozyne contains 45 mg. of isoflavones, including genistein and daidzein -- important cancer-inhibiting compounds, these are still only one family of chemopreventives -- there are many others.
Be specific in your program, and keep things simple and straight-forward. A thermogenic product, such as Anorex will help you to speed up your goals. If you want to quantify your results in terms of body fat, consider the Vitalio Body Fat Analyzer.

Helpful Links:

Free Carbohydrate Counter
Poor Man's Body Fat Calculator

Home | Order | Email

Español, Português, Deutsch Italiano, Français, Norsk

To U.S. Users: This product has not been evaluated by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration, nor has any of the contents of this page. This product is, therefore, not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Ingredients (Original): Soy protein isolate, guar gum, stevia extract.
(Carob): Soy protein isolate, carob powder, guar gum, stevia extract.

Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 5 Tbp. (30 g.)
Servings Per Container: about 52

Original Unflavored Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Calories 113 - - -
Total Fat 1 g. (9 cal.) 2% *
Sodium 190 mg. 8%
Total Carbs 1 g. (4 cal.) < 1% *
Protein 25 g. (100 cal.) 48%*
Calcium 42 mg. 4%
Iron 3 mg. 17%
Magnesium 70 mg. 17%
Zinc 1 mg. 7%

Carob Flavored Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Calories 114 - - -
Total Fat 1 g. (9 cal.) 2% *
Sodium 200 mg. 8%
Total Carbs 3 g. (12 cal.) 1% *
Protein 23 g. (92 cal.) 46%*
Calcium 40 mg. 4%
Iron 3 mg. 17%
Magnesium 60 mg. 15%
Zinc 1 mg. 7%

* Percent daily values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.