Joe Keto with Dr Dom Taylor

Q: How you came across exogenous ketones?

A: I have been using the ketogenic diet for my patients for a long time. But it wasn't until I went to a prfessional football chiropractic seminar that I was introduced to exogenous ketones. They were talking about specifically how can ketones benefit traumatic brain injuries. I got pretty excited about that because I have a lot of athletes(patients). I slowly starte bringing it to the office and my patients love the ketones. not just fat loss and eight loss, they felt better, decreased inflammation and some say thay've had the best sleep in their life. This brought it to the whole new level.

Q: Personal experience that made you share it with your office and your friends.

A: Have been pregnant for the last 2 years. Consulted with my pediatrician if it would be ok for me to use ketones to lose weight. As a softball player, a little overweight really wasn't my thing. I felt really uncomfortable and I really want to go back as soon as I could. I left the hospital at around 147lbs through diet and execrcise I got it down to about 130lbs which wasn't working for me. It's been 4 months of really trying hard. So as soon as I get the go ahead from the pediatrician I started taking the ketones and within 10 days, I dropped another 12lbs. I was then at 116, now I'm a 113lbs and my patients couldn't believe I had a baby 6 months ago. That's my personal experience as far as weight loss, but I also had postnatal preeclampsia, I was put on some blood pressure medication. As soon as I start taking those ketones it wasn't more thana couple of weeks before I went back to my doctor and say we want to change the medication, something is not right and she went and took me off it.

Q: Weight loss and post pregnancy preeclampsia recovery

A: Yes. I didn't go into this thinking I was going to have all these benefits. I didn't know any better. Soon as you experience something like that it really excites you and you want to make sure everyone else out there has that opportunity. And that's what I'm doing now. I'm just trying to get my patients to experience what I've experience. Just keep sharing.