Best Keto Supplements: What to look for?

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And optimizing these diets with the right and best keto supplements will not only improve fat-burn and muscle gain, but also:

  • Boost AMPK (an enzyme that promotes energy production) in muscles by 52% and fat cells by 300%.

  • Increases ATP (energy) in your liver by 22%, which makes the liver better at ketogenesis and detoxification.

  • Amps adiponectin (a hormone from fat cells that promote fat loss and healthy blood lipids, while balancing inflammation) by up to 248%.

  • Improves insulin sensitivity by increasing glut4 (an insulin-mediated glucose transporter) by 488% in fat and muscle cells.

  • Improves insulin sensitivity by increasing glut4 (an insulin-mediated glucose transporter) by 488% in fat and muscle cells.

  • Helps reduce bad cholesterol.

  • Supports fat and protein digestion.

  • Helps digestion.

Unfortunately, for a lot of people without the right supplement, it’s common to struggle with keto flu, digestion problems or they simply don’t see the desired results they are looking for with these types of diets.

That’s why kApex®, a 100% plant-based supplement, makes sure you fully benefit from keto diet, paleo & low-carb diets by making your transition to ketosis as smooth as possible and maximizing its results


Is Keto Diet Better Than The Regular Diet?

Nowadays getting healthy and natural food is close to impossible. Industrialization has led to less nutritious over processed food.

And unfortunately, one of the most eaten foods are refined carbs, which we can find almost everywhere (bread, pasta, cereal, etc.).

These barely nutritious, highly caloric carbs are increasing the risk of suffering from diseases like:


Diabetes [7]


Heart Disease [8]


Obesity [9]

That’s why millions are now turning to ketogenic diets to improve their digestive health on a low carb diet, showing positive results for weight-loss, heart-health, etc [10]. A lot is being shown through studies to decrease blood sugar intakes, to better skin health or even mental clarity.

The keto diet could be better for you because in reducing weight it burns fat rather than carbohydrates which are very poor sources of energy. This also explains why there is less of a chance for hunger strikes.

And even though changing habits like this is not always easy to deal with, kApex® is the ideal supplement to boost a low carb & keto diet with fat enzymes.

Unlike other supplements, kApex® ingredients don't work to hide the discomforts, but to give your body what it needs and to make this transition and lifestyle as pleasant as it should be!

Did you know that kApex® is backed by over 26 years of research?

BiOptimizer’s CEO, Matt Gallant, has been on keto diet for over 26 years, and is always on the hunt for the best ingredients to boost ketogenesis.
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kApex® is the results of years of research:

What Are The Best Keto Supplements Ingredients For Ketogenic Diet, Low-Carb And Paleo Diets?

Full-spectrum proteases and lipases

Active at a variety of acidity/alkalinity level, improving your digestion and creating a faster and healthier metabolism.

Dandelion root

Our liver is responsible for fat metabolism, the bile it produces contains fat digestive enzymes. Dandelion root stimulates healthy bile production and flow, and promotes liver health. It also helps reduce inflammation symptoms and it gives your body antioxidants.[1]

Betaine HCl

Supports healthy stomach acid levels, which are important for overall digestion and gut movement. It’s also used to treat “tired blood” (anemia), asthma, yeast infections, diarrhea, thyroid disorders and other diseases.[2]


Contains plant-based enzymes and herbal extracts, which reduce gut inflammation and support an overall balanced immune response.[3]


Helps bring fatty acids into the mitochondria, which may help with fat loss.It is also used as a functional food additive to increase athletic performance.[4]

Ubiquinone (CoQ10)

Reduces oxidative stress and boosts mitochondria function, which has anti-aging effects. It also helps prevent heart failure.[5]


Increases the AMPK pathway, which increases energy production in the cells and muscle tissues.

7-keto DHEA

Promotes fat burning metabolism through PPAR-alpha. It also supports healthy metabolism and aids weight loss when combination with diet and exercise.[6]

Trace minerals

Provide cofactors for metabolism and digestion.

How Can I Boost My Keto Diet?

  1. Make sure you consume enough salt, minerals, and fat
  2. Ensure that your liver is working well before attempting keto diet
  3. Eating a balanced fatty acid intake
  4. Consuming enough vegetables and antioxidants
  5. Managing stress and consuming enough magnesium
  6. Not being in a caloric deficit that is too aggressive for your body
  7. Using refeed meals or days
  8. Ensuring that your digestive function is optimal.
  9. Managing inflammation
  10. Supporting mitochondrial health, such as with carnitine and CoQ10
  11. Supporting your gut barrier and gut bacteria with P3OM and Leaky Gut Guardian
  12. kApex® contains dandelion root and enzymes specifically optimized for ketogenic diets. The systemic enzymes in kApex® can help balance inflammation. It also contains mitochondria support ingredients, such as carnitine, CoQ10, and Innoslim.

Improve Your Energy To Keep On Moving!

To achieve your well-being, eating healthy is just as important as being active.

That’s why kApex’s fat burning and digestive enzymes help you do it!

The transition to ketosis is not the easiest ride for everyone[9], and neither it is to keep your energy levels once you’re there.

That’s when kApex® why created, to help everyone enjoy the ketosis experience of feeling healthier and full of energy!

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Is your keto flu interfering with having the lifestyle you deserve?

Integrating a ketogenic diet into the daily routine can leave amazing results and health benefits for everyone...

But at the same time, doing it abruptly can cause discomfort in everyone, from athletes, to elderly and even young people.

That’s why giving your body a hand with the right keto and fat burning enzymes will help you optimize not only your digestion, but also helps you to:

  • Support Muscle Building And Maintenance

  • Improve Energy Levels

  • Increase Fat Burning

  • Boost Insulin Sensitivity

  • Promote A Balanced Immune Response

  • Anti-Aging

Leaving your health to fate is never the right option!

Leaving your health to fate is never the right option!

How kApex® work?

kApex® supports metabolic function, especially for low-carb ketogenic meals, with full-spectrum enzymes that digest fat and proteins. It also helps you improve fat digestion and supports a healthy stress response, which makes it easier to enter and stay in ketosis.

kApex® can boost your workout and keep your brain lit for hours without crashes, jitters, or burnouts.

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When to take kApex®?

If you’re on a ketogenic diet and you’re constantly experiencing any of these symptoms:

  • Constipation

  • Nausea

  • Inflammation

  • Difficulty Sleeping

  • Headache

  • Foggy Brain

  • Irritability

It may be a sign that you’re struggling with Keto Flu and that you should improve your digestive health on low carb with kApex®.

And because kApex® contains energizing ingredients, it is best to consume it early in the day.

For optimal performance and mitochondrial support, start with 3 - 8 capsules (depending on bodyweight) before breakfast first thing in the morning.

For digestion, take 1 - 3 capsules with breakfast and lunch. For dinner, use MassZymes and HCl Breakthrough instead.

If you have trouble sleeping when you take it with lunch, then only take it with breakfast.

Still have questions about When to take kApex®?

Here’s everything you need to know:


The following supplements can help with fat digestion:

  • Bitters such as dandelion root
  • Bile salt supplement, although these only come from animal sources
  • Plant-based emulsifier, such as lecithin
  • Lipases, or fat-digesting enzymess

AMPK (AMP-activated protein kinase) is an energy sensor11 inside your cells. When energy (ATP) levels are low, AMPK kicks in to increase fat burning, stimulate your mitochondria, promotes cellular self-cleanup, and increases insulin sensitivity.

Ways to increase AMPK naturally include:

  1. Exercise[12]
  2. Fasting and caloric restriction[13]
  3. Ketogenic diets[14]
  4. Managing inflammation[15]
  5. Cold exposure[16]
  6. Taking specific extracts of Notoginseng and astragalus, such as in Innoslim

Does AMPK help lose weight?

It depends on where. Activating AMPK can stimulate[17] your mitochondria, increasing fat burning and helping with weight loss. However, activating AMPK in the hypothalamus[18] in your brain[19] can increase appetite. The pathways activated by Innoslim mainly work inside fat and muscle cells.

AMPK is a natural substance found in all cells of your body. It is possible that activating it too much can lead to side effects. For example, AMPK participates in some pathways that prevent neurodegenerative diseases and cancers, but also play some roles in pathways that promote these diseases. Drugs that stimulate AMPK, such as metformin and salicylates have their own side effects. Whereas, Innoslim does not have the same side effects as these drugs.

The liver is a metabolically active organ. It takes a lot of energy to metabolize all the toxins in the body into forms that can be safely eliminated. The liver is also responsible for producing bile, which helps digest fat, and burning fat into ketones.

  • Poor digestion and constipation
  • Inability to lose weight
  • Hormone imbalances
  • Fatigue
  • Skin breakouts
  • High cholesterol
  • Inability to tolerate alcohol or chemical exposure
  • Headache

The term “Paleo Diet” is a dietary philosophy based on the archaeological principles of the foods that were available to hunter-gatherers. It advocates for the omission of grains, legumes, sugar, processed foods, and dairy, which often by default causes the diet to become low-carb. However, the Paleo diet is a broad descriptor that can include anywhere between a carnivore (no plant) diet to a mostly plant diet with sprinkles of animal products.

Some aspects of Paleo could be good for gut health. These include the avoidance of grain-fed animal products that are high in pesticides and antibiotics. Paleo also advocates high-antioxidant and high-fiber vegetables and fermented foods, which are good for the gut bacteria.

For some people who are sensitive to lectins, gluten, other plant anti-nutrients, and dairy, eliminating grains and legumes often heal their gut. However, grains and legumes are also great sources of resistant starch for people who are not sensitive to these foods. There are some concerns that people who are on low or very low-carb Paleo versions could be starving their gut bacteria. Whether the Paleo diet is good or bad for the gut depends on whether the diet is compatible with their physiology.

Many people transition into a Paleo diet by just removing the grain-containing foods, which leaves them only between 50 - 100 grams of carbs, including vegetables. In these cases, they may be on a low carbohydrate diet, which can cause similar side effects as keto adaptation, including:

  • Carbohydrate cravings
  • Fatigue, brain fog, and irritability
  • Digestive symptoms
  • Bad breath

Both Paleo and Keto diets are significant upgrades compared to the Standard American Diet. These two terms are different, although not mutually exclusive.

The Paleo diet recommends low-toxin and nutrient-dense foods, which are ideally organic and local. The food should also be grown according to its natural conditions, such as grass-fed cattle, wild-caught fish, and free-range eggs. The diet recommends plenty of fresh vegetables, fruits, nuts and seeds, high-quality meats, eggs, fish and seafood, and spices. Natural monounsaturated and nutrient-dense saturated fats, such as olive oil, avocados, tallow, lard, mct oil, coconut oil and coconut are recommended. Whereas, grains, legumes, vegetable oils, dairy, sugar, artificial sweeteners, and processed foods are recommended against.

The diet doesn’t specify a macronutrient composition, but rather leave it to the individual to decide what works best for them. Most Paleo eaters follow a low to moderate carbohydrate version, which is much less than what most Americans consume in a Standard American Diet. However, some athletes add a lot more fruits and tubers to support their training, while some Paleo eaters deliberately increase the fats to make it ketogenic.

The ketogenic diet refers to any diet that is very high in fat and very low in carbohydrates, with a goal of entering ketosis. The food does not have to be natural, organic, or local. Some keto diet followers consume a lot of dairy and even vegetable oils, whereas others stick to natural and nutrient-dense foods.

The ketogenic diet, or the presence of ketone bodies in the blood, have some medicinal potential that the paleo diet doesn’t. For example, it can help manage treatment-resistant epilepsy. Also, many clinical studies are ongoing to evaluate other potential medicinal properties of ketogenic diet. If you are working with your doctor to manage a health condition with a ketogenic diet, then the ketogenic diet might be healthier for you. In such cases, you need to speak to your doctor before introducing any keto diet supplements.

We advocate for nutrient-dense, whole, and natural foods, when possible. Also, we recommend choosing the diet that works best for you based on how you feel and your health markers after the initial adaptation period. Neither diet is suitable for everyone, but kApex® can help make the adaptation period easier.

Adiponectin is a small protein hormone produced by fat cells. It helps reduce inflammation, increase burning fat, promotes insulin sensitivity, and promotes heart and blood vessel health.

  • Consuming enough omega-3
  • Consuming less carbohydrates
  • Consuming more monounsaturated fats, such as olive oil, avocados, and macadamia
  • Consuming fiber may increase adiponectin by 60 - 115%
  • Exercise
  • Cold thermogenesis
  • Using kApex®

Glut4 is a glucose transporter in fat and muscle cells. It brings glucose into the cells once triggered by insulin. When someone is insulin resistant, it’s because they have a problem with Glut4, such as lacking glut4 on the cell surface or that glut4 doesn’t function correctly.

  • Exercise
  • Consuming less carbohydrates
  • Caloric restriction and fasting
  • Vitamin D
  • How can I lower my LDL cholesterol naturally?
  • Lowering saturated fat intake and replace it with monounsaturated fats instead
  • Consuming more fiber
  • Optimizing your gut health and microbiome, as high bacterial toxin in the blood due to leaky gut can increase LDL cholesterol. Leaky Gut Guardian promotes a healthy gut barrier and binds up some bacterial toxins.
  • Restoring insulin sensitivity reduces the more dangerous (small and dense) LDL
  • Can you increase the number of mitochondria in your body?
  • Exercise
  • Ketogenic diet
  • Caloric restriction/fasting
  • Cold exposure
  • Dietary antioxidants in fruits and vegetables

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The Benefits Of A Strong Keto Digestion Supplement Backed By Science

Getting The Correct Enzyme Supplements can Boost the Results and Minimize the Struggles of Low-Carb, Keto and Paleo Diets
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