Keeping a firm grip on your ketone levels is vital to maintaining ketosis and staying on top of the ketogenic diet.
As you gradually shift from a diet of carbohydrates and sugars to a diet with monounsaturated fats and protein, your body will naturally produce ketones in the absence of glucose. While on ketosis, your body will begin to burn fat cells at a much quicker rate, and hopefully help you lose those extra pounds.
Knowing which foods and activities will help you raise your ketone levels will keep your body from “relapsing” back into its natural state. However, before we get into our top four ways to raise your ketone levels, perhaps we should begin with a word of warning: