Will doing this really make differences to your mental performance and overall health as the advertising claims? Or is it nothing more than an overpriced gimmick? We take an in-depth look at Keto// Kreme to find out.
Keto//Kreme is a creamer in powder form that you add to coffee. This supplement is supposed to help put your body into ketosis and so help you burn fat as well as increase energy levels but there is no real evidence that it will. Although MCT oils and coconut may be good for overall health and fat burning this expensive supplement does not look to provide the quality that you would expect from the high price tag.
Side effects are unlikely but may include stomach upsets such as diarrhoea, gas or cramps.
Keto// Kreme is very expensive. If you buy direct from the Pruvit website, it costs a whopping $74.00 for a packet of 20 servings. A pack of 60 servings costs $197.00.
You can get a slight reduction on this price ($8.00) if you sign up for auto ship – where new supplies are delivered to your door each month and your credit card or bank account billed automatically. You can also buy Keto // Kreme via Amazon. One pack of 20 servings costs $86.46.
Keto//Kreme is a powder that you add to your coffee as a creamer in order to transform your coffee into a fat burning formula with fat. This is not a new concept. A few years ago there was a craze for Bullet Proof Coffee which saw people adding butter to coffee in order for health benefits. Keto // Kreme provides a ready-made alternative to this practice but focuses on coconut milk rather than butter. Keto //Kreme contains coconut powder as the principal ingredient. It also contains cinnamon and Stevia – a low calorie alternative to sugar.
Coconut is high in medium-chain triglycerides (or MCTs for short). These fats are made up of medium-chain fatty acids which are beneficial for weight loss. When you consume foodstuffs containing MCTS it has a thermogenic effect upon your body. The body uses carbs for energy but when you consume MCTs these are transported directly to the liver where they are metabolised. Their energy is released and ketones are created which can be used for fuel in the process.
Therapeutic dose = 1 daily serving. Just add the powder to your cup of coffee.
Optimal performance = the makers advise you use Keto//Kreme in combination with other Pruvit supplements.
MCT oil is a good way to provide fats in the diet which can be used to support activity or growth without contributing to stored body fat. Many athletes and body builders take MCT oils to increase energy and lose fat. As well as coconut, Keto//Kreme contains cinnamon. As well as a great taste, cinnamon can help reduce blood sugar levels as well as improve cholesterol levels. This all sounds good but the cost of Keto//Kreme will come as a shock to many people. It costs a whopping $74.00 for just 20 sachets and remember this is just for the creamer and not the coffee itself.
Maybe we should not be surprised. Pruvit is an MLM company and supplements sold via multi-level marketing are notorious for over pricing. If you like the supplements, you can sign up as a distributor yourself but don’t be fooled into thinking the hefty price tag will mean that there is any money in it for you. Pruvit promoters do not get much discount for buying products to sell for the company. In addition you have to pay an additional $37.00 for your annual membership on top of product bundles which start at a whopping $408. Although being a promoter is described as an exciting opportunity, the company disclosure states that you are likely to earn between $500 – $2000 for a year’s work and that is before you account for any running costs of your business.
Pruvit is based in Texas and has a very limited product range based on drinks that increase ketosis – where the body burns fat for energy rather than carbs. We covered Keto//OS Max in a previous review.
Most of the Keto//Kreme advertising refers to the health benefits of MCT oils and coconut milk in particular.
Healthy fats are an essential part of any healthy lifestyle. With a few of the right ingredients, you can switch your body from being a slow, inefficient sugar burner to a lean, mean, fat-burning machine.
There are four key benefits:
Eating healthy fats like those found in coconuts could improve your health, body and mind.
We agree, but is ingesting these coconuts via a creamer sachet the best way to go about it? Fresh coconut, coconut oils and coconut milk products are easily available from most supermarkets and can be just as convenient as opening a sachet.
These days, you really don’t have to go to a funfair in order to get a coconut.
You are advised to take Keto//Kreme in combination with another Pruvit supplement, Keto //OS Max for best results, but no reason is given as to why.
We think it is unlikely it will really work in the way as described. Although it is important to include MCTs in your diet, this expensive supplement looks to be a gimmick. Drinking two cups of coffee each day with a ‘special’ creamer is not going to make too much difference to your long-term health or weight loss.
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Each sachet of Keto//Kreme is equal to one serving and contains 160 calories.
Keto//Kreme looks to be safe and any side effects are likely to be minimal. These may include stomach upsets such as diarrhoea, gas or cramps.
Not suitable for individuals under 18. Avoid if you are pregnant or breast feeding. Do not take if you have sensitivity to milk products or are lactose intolerant. Speak to your doctor first if you are taking prescription medication because of the risk of interactions. Seek medical advice if you have an existing medical condition such as diabetes.
There is customer feedback for Keto// Kreme. We took a look on Amazon USA and found a range of opinion.
Some people like this coffee creamer:
I put this cream in powder in my coffee in the morning. Helps you to accelerate the ketosis in your body. I am losing weight.
Tastes great – used to need sugar or flavour in my coffee but enjoy this taste as well as the ketones it provides!
Not everyone is as impressed. This customer reported no evidence of ketosis.
I had high hopes for this but unfortunately I saw no evidence of ketosis whatsoever. Ketone strips were completely unchanged after urine tests. They’re creamy but a bit on the sweet side. Expensive.
No results whatsoever. I even counted carbs, eliminated sugar, and still saw no results.
There is no money-back guarantee for this supplement.
You can buy Keto//Kreme direct from the Pruvit website or via a Pruvit promoter. Keto// Kreme is also on sale via Amazon.
We are totally unimpressed with Keto//Kreme. This massively overpriced coffee creamer looks to be a total waste of money. Expecting people to stump up $75 for a speciality creamer to add to their own coffee sounds actually insane. The miracle is that anyone has bought it at all, but sometimes an expensive product can be convincing and, let’s face it, we all get taken in by a gimmick sometimes.
Adding a sachet of generic MTC powder (as contained here) to your coffee may have some effect but you could certainly find much cheaper alternatives on the market. Coconuts too are easily available, with coconut oils and coconut butter and coconut milk all on sale in your local supermarket. The health benefits of including more MTCS and coconut oils into your daily diet are well known but in our opinion Keto// Kreme is not the best way to try this out for yourself.
Finally, Keto// Kreme comes from MLM company Pruvit. Like most MLM companies, Pruvit does not provide a good deal for their customers or even their own promoters, and in our opinion, both the company and their products are best left alone.
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