After a good amount of teasers and hype, Nutrabolics has finally unveiled everything you need to know about its ketogenic carbohydrate formula Keto Carb. As it turns out the supplement features a somewhat simple formula with just the one main ingredient that we have seen in other products.
What is it
Nutrabolics promotes Keto Carb as a clean and vegan-friendly energy source that despite being a carb supplement, it won’t drop you out of ketosis. Moving on to the ingredient behind Keto Carb, as mentioned, it is something we’ve seen a few times before both by itself and in combination with other ingredients.
According to its label, Nutrabolics Keto Carb is powered by pea starch which goes by the brand name KetoCarb. If that ingredient sounds at all familiar, that is because pea starch is also what Carb10 from Compound Solutions is.
We’ve seen pea starch used in a variety of supplements since being introduced into the industry, including by itself like in Nutrabolics Keto Carb. A couple of notable supplements that feature pea starch as their main ingredient are Marc Lobliner’s Machine Carb 10 from 2015, and Genius Carb from earlier this year.
In Nutrabolics Keto Carb, a full serving weighs in at 21g and provides a total of 17g of carbohydrates from its KetoCarb pea starch. That amount of carbs is a little higher than what you get in the likes of Genius Carb from the Genius Brand, which is just straight Carb10 pea starch with 10g of carbs in a 10g serving.
If you’d like to read more about Nutrabolics upcoming pea starch powered Keto Carb, the brand has put together a whole page on it over on its website. Nutrabolics plans on officially launching the product on January 1st through retailers across Canada in three flavor options with Peach Mango, Fruit Punch, and Unflavored.