Giant Sports Giant Keto Takes BHB Salts to the Next Level

Giant Keto

Giant Keto from Giant Sports is taking BHB Salts to the next level with huge doses and a completely open formula to get you into ketosis faster and easier!

The keto diet has been consistently trending for years thanks to the wild success it’s had with dieters where no other diet has worked. Keto diets are quite literally life-savers for certain individuals, such as the obese, the overly carb sensitive, and even bodybuilders who are in the final throes of their show prep.

But there’s one huge problem: the transition into ketosis is miserable, and staying there is difficult if you’re not extremely diligent with your low carbohydrate intake.

The answer to the transition problem is to take exogenous ketones by way of BHB Salts (beta-hydroxybutyrate), and Giant Sports has the most aggressive and open formula on the market in Giant Keto.

The brand is claiming it induces Ketosis in under an hour, and comes with a massive 14.6g of BHB salts per serving – with a full disclosure label to boot!

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Mike’s Giant Keto Review – with Blood Tests!

Watch Mike put this to the test using both urine and blood tests to help him train fasted AND transition into a state of ketosis! When used appropriately, this product is the real deal!

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Giant Keto Ingredients: 14.6g Beta-Hydroxybutyrate Blend

If you’ve been following the BHB supplements, then you’ll know that there’s never been a keto supplement like this one! It’s fully disclosed and has no artificial colors, sweeteners, or flavors!

Giant Keto Ingredients

The entire label is disclosed – no artificial colors or sweeteners here!

In addition, there’s added amino acids that help mitigate ammonia build-up, which is helpful to keto dieters who need to fight every bit of fatigue they can.

  • Beta-Hydroxybutyrate Blend (14.6g from goBHB)

    This is the key ingredient to any “keto supplement“, and Giant Sports has chosen to use Compound Solutions’ goBHB. It’s broken down as follows:

    • Calcium Beta-Hydroxybutyrate: 7.93g
    • Sodium Beta-Hydroxybutyrate: 5.67g
    • Magnesium Beta-Hydroxybutyrate: 1.0g

    Taking this ingredient will help you shift from the sugar-burning, carb and fat storage metabolic state into a fat-burning state of ketosis. Giant Sports claims that this normally takes 72 hours for most people (although it may take even longer to feel “regular” again), but Giant Keto can get you there within an hour.

    It should also prevent you from bouncing in and out of ketosis, which is probably more miserable than anything. If you were to accidentally eat too many carbs, Giant Keto’s BHB salts can rescue you and keep you in ketosis.

    Providing high calcium to prevent bone loss

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    go-BHB is a patented form of “super” BHB that binds it to various mineral salts to improve bioavailability and decrease its acidity.

    The calcium portion is important since keto diets may increase bone loss according to some studies[1] but not others,[2] so either way increased calcium can help mitigate this. One serving of Giant Keto provides 95% of your daily calcium needs!

    There’s a whole lot more to BHB salts than just this write-up, and someday soon we hope to do an extremely deep dive going over everything they’re capable of doing.

  • Added Amino support for Endurance

    1g of L-Carnitine L-Tartrate and 4g L-Aspartic acid are theorized to help with the build-up of ammonia.

    One of the biggest issues for keto dieters is that research has shown that the keto diet reduces athletic performance and endurance. These two aminos may reverse that a bit – when you can’t use performance-enhancing carbohydrates, you need to do what you can to keep fatigue at bay while keeping glucose down.

  • 5000IU Vitamin D

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    Is Giant Sports planning on packaging keto test strips with Giant Keto? That’d be a great add-on!

    If you’re taking an extra vitamin D supplement, you can probably stop once you begin using Giant Keto – a monster 5000IU has been added here to further help calcium absorption and possibly even preserve lean muscle mass.[3]

    Obese people have notoriously low vitamin D levels,[4] and since the keto diet reportedly works so well on obese people, this seems like a good combination. 5000IU is our recommended supplemental intake, and here it is right now!

  • Natural sweetener and color profile

    Many keto dieters are also against too many artificial sweeteners (especially those who come from the paleo slant). With 0.4g of stevia, you have no sucralose here. To top it off, there’s no artificial color, as you’ll get your color from 0.05g red beet juice powder.

  • The addition of Fibersol-2 Carbs/Fiber?

    One common question is why Fibersol-2 is in here. This is made from soluble corn fiber (which does add 3 grams of carbs from fiber). According Bruce Kneller, it’s there for the reason you’d think fiber is in there:

    Fibersol-2 is to help with nausea and to help you defecate if you are in a no carb, keto state. The feedback for a lot of BHB salt products that we solicited as well as those with MCT’s was that there are a fair amount of nausea and GI issues. The Fibersol-2 helps a little.

    — Bruce Kneller, on Facebook[5]

    We originally thought it’d help a touch with the flavoring and texture, and it might, but there are benefits above and beyond that as well.

    Keto dieters often have a tough time using the restroom due to a lower fiber intake, and while 3g seems like a low dose, it puts a small dent in your daily needs.

Giant Keto Review

It’s here and it’s ready for review!

It’s important not to confuse the benefits of this product (namely the BHB salts) with the benefits of the keto diet. We hope to have articles detailing the research on both of them in the coming months.

But for now, realize this – if you’re looking into a beta hydroxybutyrate supplement to help you get keto adapted, we haven’t seen anything remotely good or open as this one.

The flavors

The initial launch will be with a Raspberry Lemonade flavor, with Peach Mango (our favorite), Happy Watermelon Rancher, and Mojito to follow!

See Mike’s new flavor review here, where he shows how much he likes Peach Mango:

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The story on flavoring BHBs

Rumor has it that these BHB salts are notoriously difficult to cover up – and that’ll be even more-so using stevia instead of sucralose!

This is likely why there’s an added 3.4g malic acid and 2.8g Fibersol-2 Soluble Corn Fiber (which does add 3 grams of carbs from fiber). As an FYI, soluble corn fiber is what they use in Quest Bars.

We’ll see how this one tastes – but if it avoids the 3-day mess of getting into keto, or prevents you from the miserable in-and-out state, any taste will probably be worth it!

Can this work as a performance enhancer for anybody?

So what if you’re not keto but just want to try? These supplements are pricey, but here’s the kicker – endurance athletes or anyone who exercises for more than say 45 minutes or so may eventually transition over from carb burning to fat burning. Consider a triathlete or marathon runner.

This transition is not fun. But what if you’re able to assist that transition with BHB Salts? Could this be a true endurance performance enhancer?

In theory, it makes sense, and is definitely worth exploring if you have the budget!

Conclusion: A top-notch product compared to the competition

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So far in the world of keto supplements, we’ve seen proprietary formulas (or at least less open formulas) that are more expensive than this and provide fewer servings with less BHB. Some of them may have as little as 2g BHB, and much of it is MCT Oil – this is likely not enough to get you into ketosis or keep you there.

Giant Keto is a monster compared to these, and if you were going to tinker with the keto diet or with the potential performance-enhancement effects of BHB Salts, this would easily be the one we’d try first.

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About the Author: Mike Roberto

Mike Roberto

Mike Roberto is a research scientist and water sports athlete who founded PricePlow. He is an n=1 diet experimenter with extensive experience in supplementation and dietary modification, whose personal expertise stems from several experiments done on himself while sharing lab tests.

Mike's goal is to bridge the gap between nutritional research scientists and non-academics who seek to better their health in a system that has catastrophically failed the public. Mike is currently experimenting with a low Vitamin A diet.

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  3. Cangrassu, L; “Effect of vitamin D supplementation alone on muscle function in postmenopausal women: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial”; Osteoperosis International; 2015 Oct; 26(10):2413-21;
  4. Shantavasinkul, P, et al; “Vitamin D status is a determinant of skeletal muscle mass in obesity according to body fat percentage”; Nutrition; June 2015, Volume 31, Issue 6, Pages 801–806;
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