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The Effect of Blood Ketone Concentration and Exercise Intensity on Exogenous Ketone Oxidation Rates in Athletes.

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A Ketone Ester Drink Enhances Endurance Exercise Performance in Parkinson's Disease.

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Male sex adversely affects the phenotypic expression of diabetic heart disease

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Gastrointestinal Effects of Exogenous Ketone Drinks are Infrequent, Mild and Vary According to Ketone Compound and Dose.

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Novel Ketone Monoester for Human Endurance Exercise

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Beyond RPE: The Perception of Exercise Under Normal and Ketotic Conditions.

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Gastrointestinal effects of exogenous ketone drinks are infrequent, mild, and vary according to ketone compound and dose

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