Hitting the ideal ketosis level can determine how soon you can start burning fat, promote weight loss and fulfil other health goals. While it’s important to pay attention to your nutrient intake on Keto, what’s most crucial is restricting your carb intake, and concentrate on having good fats.
To put it simply, while you follow Keto, try to keep your carb intake to 50 grams per day, or stick to 25 grams of net carbs. This is essential to shift the body to start producing ketones on it (by burning through your glycogen reserves). Once achieved, the body then starts depending on fats for ketones.
Some people also tend to rely on external ketone supplements, which are said to reduce appetite and carb dependency. However, it’s unresearched as to how safe they are, or how well they help achieve weight loss.