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Dr. Troy Sanford Leads Healthy Ketogenic Lifestyle Seminar September 20

Courtesy of Dr. Troy Sanford

Troy Sanford, ND, CN. will share why ketones are the preferred fuel of pro athletes and grandmothers, in a free presentation, from 1 to 3 p.m., on September 20, in Bloomington.  Sanford will discuss the benefits of ketosis, answer participant questions and provide free samples of KetoneZone, 100 percent Pure D BHB, a breakthrough ketone electrolyte product recently launched in the U.S.

The ketogenic diet has been around for nearly 100 years, first introduced to treat drug resistant epilepsy. It was popularized in the 1970s as a kick-start to the Atkins Diet. The very low carbohydrate, moderate protein and high-fat diet is again seeing a resurgence as people better understand its benefits.

“Most of the people who are on the ketogenic diet are not on it for diet purposes,” says Sanford. “They’re on it for human performance, energy and clearer thinking.” Some of the benefits of the ketogenic diet include a reduction in inflammation, reduced blood sugar levels, increased stamina and increased mental clarity.

Sanford will showcase space-certified air and surface purification from Vollara’s ActivePure Technology. Recently this breakthrough technology was inducted into the 2017 Space Technology Hall of Fame. This honor is a result of adapting the technology originally developed for use in space for the residential market.

“Attendees will discover a higher level of healthy living without any real behavior modification. At the touch of a button, you can live a healthier life and experience a more complete wellbeing,” states Sanford.

Cost: Free. Location: The DoubleTree Hotel, 7800 Normandale Blvd., Bloomington. Samples and tasting provided at no cost, RSVP at or call 763-600-7325. For more information about KetoneZone, visit 

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