All human bodies burn carbohydrates for energy. It’s the natural order of things. The only time this order is disrupted is if the body is starved of carbohydrates for one reason or another. Should that happen, we have a fantastic backup process in place whereby the body shifts to burning fat for energy instead. This process is called “ketosis.” And as you can imagine the notion of burning fat for energy has all kinds of weight loss implications that appeal to all types of people.
Achieving true ketosis though is easier said than done and requires discipline and persistence. Mainly you need to switch from a carb based diet to one that relies on healthy fats. Purefit Keto is a supplement that promises to provide you with the fat burning benefits of ketosis without having to change your entire relationship to food. That’s an idea that may also find extremely attractive. But does it work?
What is Keto Hack?
You may have seen the Shark Tank episode that had many in the diet and nutrition community buzzing some time back.
The fact that the makers were able to convince some very reluctant investors that it was viable served to bring a ton of positive publicity to the product which it has ridden ever since to achieve ever-greater market penetration. But just because something is well known doesn’t mean that it works.
So the only relevant question when it comes to this product is not whether you’ve heard of it, it’s this: Is the Purefit Keto scam real? Let’s look at the ingredients first.