Nov 7, 2022
Dr. Latt Mansor is the Research Lead at H.V.M.N., a daily ketone supplement company, and his work focuses on finding the optimal ketone levels for a number of different applications.
From soldiers experiencing hypoxia to athletes and the everyday average Joe, Dr. Mansor has studied ketones in-depth and he’s uncovered the best ways to use them, according to research.
In this episode, Dr. Mansor dives into how to maximize performance using exogenous ketones, the differences between the types of exogenous ketones, what the latest research shows, if this has changed at all, and so much more.
Dr. Mansor also discusses how to dose ketones based on your health goals, whether you can supplement with exogenous ketones if you’re not eating a low carb diet, is there a case where some people shouldn’t take them, and how he personally uses them throughout his day.
If you don’t know Dr. Latt Mansor, he brings over a decade of experience in academic research, health technology, and pharmaceuticals.
He holds a PhD in Physiology, Anatomy, and Genetics from the University of Oxford, where his research focused on the metabolism of the type 2 diabetic heart in hypoxia.
He also holds a Master’s from Columbia University and a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Nottingham in Biotechnology. Dr. Mansor is also a world expert in physiology and metabolism and he consults with elite sport and military personnel as well as clinical and research organizations.
As H.V.M.N.’s Research Lead, Dr. Mansor oversees the development and clinical applications for all of their products, including their powerful ketone supplement drink Ketone-IQ (TM).
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