Ketones of 3.0 don't indicate storage. Ketones are a breakdown product of your stored fat. They are circulating to the organs that need fuel: your brain, heart, etc.
Tincup wrote:In a closed FB group I'm part of, there has been discussion of using flush niacin (50 mg B3 as nicotinic acid) to convert beta hydroxybuterate to acetoacetate. The idea is to create more NAD+. A paper on NAD+ & ketones is here.
If you'd like to join the group, PM me your email address & I'll send an invite (you won't be able to get to the FB links without joining the group). There is likely more in the group if you search on
Many of the folks in the group carry a discussion at high levels.
Wondering if a bit of niacin might help?
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