Zero Carb Ket-O.J.
Orange Juice Flavor - Helps Control Sweet & Carb Cravings.
From the moment it crosses your lips, you'll recognize the sunny sweet orange overtone rising from its deep, authentic citrus flavor. Of utmost importance, Ket-O.J. contains zero carbohydrates, no sugar, no aspartame and no saccharin!
Fortified with 500 mg. of glutamine, Ket-O.J. can be your personal answer to carb and sweet cravings that helps support fat burning, mental energy and optimism - just what dieters need! According to a recent article in Nutrition Science News, "the potential ability of glutamine to reduce insulin resistance is exciting. Insulin resistance is estimated to occur in half of all obese people and is considered a major risk factor for heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes."1
KETO Ket-O.J. contains twice the vitamin C per serving of high carbohydrate orange juice! Vitamin C can help reduce the high numbers of sugar damaged proteins called AGE (advanced glycation end products) that contribute to premature aging, premature wrinkling, age spots, cataracts and even cardiovascular disease.2,3
KETO Ket-O.J.'s taurine, which is a sulfur containing amino acid, can help increase insulin sensitivity in type II diabetics. In type I diabetics, it has been shown to help maintain longer term reduced blood sugar while decreasing abnormal blood platelet activity.3 In a study reported in the European Journal of Pharmacology, researchers suggest taurine levels in the pancreas (where insulin is made and secreted) may play a crucial role in healthy blood sugar control.4 Perhaps that is why those with blood sugar disorders frequently have below normal levels of taurine.
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1 Hackman, Robert, M. Glutamine and Human Performance Nutrition Science News: March
1997 2 Packer, Lester, Ph.D. et al., The Antioxidant Miracle p. 46 3 Erickson, J., Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism, 1995;39:217-23 4 Tokunaga, H., et al. Eur J Pharmacol 1983 Feb 18;87(2-3): 237-43
1 Hackman, Robert, M. Glutamine and Human Performance Nutrition Science News: March 1997
2 Packer, Lester, Ph.D. et al., The Antioxidant Miracle p. 46
3 Erickson, J., Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism, 1995;39:217-23
4 Tokunaga, H., et al. Eur J Pharmacol 1983 Feb 18;87(2-3): 237-43
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