Dubbed the ‘pioneers’ of ketone supplements in the United States, KetoSports offer an entire product line devoted to ketosis. These include two of the first exogenous ketone supplements to hit the market – KetoCaNa and KetoForce.
Both KetoCaNa and KetoForce are exogenous ketone supplements however they vary in flavour and product type.
KetoCaNa is available in Strawberry Lemonade and Orange flavour and is in powder form. KetoForce is an unflavoured, unsweetened liquid product.
KetoCaNa and KetoForce both contain 11.7grams of BHB per serve. They are also natural products, containing no artificial colours, flavourings or preservatives. They are also lactose and gluten free.
In terms of its effect, we would agree with reviewers that it does assist in getting into a state of ketosis.
As mentioned, there are two choices of flavour – Strawberry Lemonade and Orange.
While they have two flavour options, we found the taste to be quite unpleasant and it seems other reviewers would agree. This is especially the case with KetoForce. In their directions, KetoSports recommends mixing KetoForce with an acidic beverage.
While we didn’t experience it ourselves, there has been several reports of people having adverse side effects to the product. These included an upset stomach, nausea, diarrhoea and gas.
While the cost per serving is reasonable, KetoCaNa recommends taking 3 servings a day initially. This becomes expensive when you’re running out so quickly.
It would become even more expensive since their formula does not contain MCTs (medium chain triglycerides) which other ketone supplements do – so you would need to purchase this separately.
KetoSports suggests dissolving one heaped scoop into 8 ounces of water, stirring vigorously, and drinking 15 minutes before exercise.