Is Keto Blast really the ketosis-inducing supplement that is claims to be? Is this the real deal or is this just another scam supplement that you should avoid at all costs?
It is often advertised as having the benefits of…
... and on top of that is said to be made with "100% natural ingredients".
It sounds like the real deal, but of course things are not always as they sound. With all of the hype surrounding the keto diet craze, it's no wonder that you were suspicious this might be another scam.
When I first came across this supplement I was thinking the same thing. This led me to doing some research and coming to the conclusion that this supplement is NOT worth purchasing.
So if you are thinking about buying into this, think again. You will see in this review why I am saying this.
Products like Keto Blast bring out the worst in the online marketing world, which is well known for dishonest and unethical marketing tactics.
One of the tactics marketers are using to sell this Keto Blast supplement as well as other Keto supplements is by claiming that it has been featured on the popular TV show Shark Tank.
But this is all a lie. In fact, I was able to actually find a tweet by Mark Cuban warning about KETO scams going around.
*For those of you who don't know, Mark Cuban is one of the hosts on Shark Tank.
Besides that, there is a lot of misleading information published directly on the website where you purchase Keto Blast, which is buyketoblast.com (might be other websites selling it too, I don't know).
For example, they claim that a recent study found that Keto Blast supports ketosis, which is simply not true. What the study found was that one of the ingredients in Keto Blast does support ketosis, but they did not test the Keto Blast supplement directly.
When I was looking into this possible scam I also came across quite a few shady sales tactics.
For one, on the official website there was a warning displayed at the top of the screen that claimed there to be a limited supply and that I should "HURRY!". However, I don't think there is any truth to this warning and it seems to be one of many false scarcity sales tactics used by somewhat unethical online marketers.
This warning seems to be there at every time of the day, everyday... Just doesn't seem real.
As I was going about looking for information on the supplement I came across quite a few reviews (which seemed to fake) promoting Keto Blast.
Not only did they seem fake, but some of them included links for me to purchase it and instead took me to purchase a different supplement. For example, on one review site they had a button for me to purchase Keto Blast and when I clicked on it took me to purchase some sex pill called Serexin...
My first impression when looking into this all was that this seems really scammy. It reminds me of some other scammy Keto supplements that I've reviewed, such as Keto Ultra Diet Pills.
But anyways, enough about why it seems like a scam… Let's talk about the product itself in whether or not it works. Because this is what it's all about, right?
In a nutshell, Keto Blast is a supplement that is supposed to help you achieve a state of ketosis.
What is ketosis?
Only the biggest health craze ever!… No, but seriously... Ketosis is the term used to describe the state when one's body begins burning fat for the main source of energy rather than carbohydrates.
There are lots of benefits to ketosis, although there is still a lot more research that needs to be done on this area. Some of the said benefits include…
Normally you would have to achieve a state of ketosis by eating a diet very high in fats and a very low in carbs. This way your body is forced to use fat as an energy source because there just aren't enough carbs for it to fuel your body with.
However, anyone who has tried a keto diet knows that they can be quite difficult to stick to, which is where supplements like Keto Blast come into play... By helping you achieve a state of ketosis without as much effort.
Keto Blast is all about an ingredient called Beta-hydroxybutyrate (BHB), which is said to be what can help induce a state of ketosis in your body even if your diet isn't all that great.
Yes there is, although this particular topic is still relatively new and has lots of room for research.
A 2017 study published in Frontiers in Physiology took a look at the effects of taking BHB on 15 participants. The participants consumed a drink that contained the substance and the results were positive, which led to the conclusion that ingesting such is a practical way to achieve ketosis.
In this study the participants consumed either 12g or 24g of BHB per drink.
The problem here is that I have no idea how much BHB is actually in this KETO Blast supplement. The information on it is limited and they don't state the amount of ingredients on the official website, which is a bit concerning to say the least.
Besides the fact that there are many scammy marketing tactics being used to promote this supplement and the fact that the company doesn't give much information on the ingredients included, it is also worth noting that there has been a pattern of complaints with the BBB about Keto Blast, as you can see here…
And yes this company does have a F rating, which is as bad as it gets.
I don't even know if I'd call this "Keto Blast" a company. I don't know what to call it. It sounds like it is just the name of the supplement, yet it seems to be the company name behind it all is well.
So should you give Keto Blast a try?
Well, you are more than welcome to do whatever you want, but I sure as heck am not going to be recommending this supplement to anyone.
While BHB has been shown to be beneficial when trying to get into a state of ketosis, we have no idea how much BHB this supplement has and there are just way too many red flags for me to fully trust the company producing this supplement.
My advice: Buy another supplement with BHB that actually has a good track record. There are probably plenty of them available on Amazon.com.
I hope you enjoyed my review and found it helpful. Please leave any comments or questions down below and I'll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂
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Kyle is an avid health enthusiast that believes in nature as a cure-all. When he's not drinking spirulina smoothies or dealing with the horrible aftertaste of stevia, he is probably working out, researching healthy herbs, or dealing with hand cramps he gets from writing articles like this.