Code Age Review
Does It Deliver On All The Promises?
I recently got into a bit of trouble when another package of ketogenic diet supplements arrived at the door, and there actually was no more room on the shelf in the pantry.
While my girlfriend totally supports my effort and this blog, I have to admit that all these tests have resulted in a bit of an overload.
However, the tests I’ve been conducting for you guys have resulted in some very interesting insights into the health and weight loss benefits of a large product range.
As expected, there are a lot of crappy options out there that rely on fancy marketing and consumers that fall for it.
Code Age is one of those health supplements that has become quite popular, so we decided to find out for ourselves.
What Is Code Age?
Code Age is a keto diet booster product that provides exogenous ketones, meaning ketones that are not produced in your body.
The marketing material claims that it will boost athletic performance, endurance, mental clarity, concentration, and metabolic rates.
Add to that is the ability to burn fat for maximum weight loss, and you can see why people want to believe in this.
These are all effects that you will enjoy once you’re in full ketosis, but can they really be achieved through some simple capsules?
We weren’t entirely convinced of all these claims, and it turns out for good reason.
It comes in small capsules which is actually quite convenient as they are easier to swallow than regular tablets. And you don’t have to worry about flavor either.
Overall, at least some of the claims seem plausible, but these types of health supplements and energy boosters underdeliver more often than not.
When it comes to this product, there are some downsides that we have to point out.
What Are The Ingredients?
The main health and keto diet boosting ingredients in Code Age are beta-hydroxybutyrate (BHB) salts (read this) that are the precursors to blood ketone.
They are easily absorbed by your digestive system and in the right combination and concentration will boost your ketone levels.
The Code Age capsules also contain electrolytes (Sodium, Potassium, Magnesium), which does make this a promising health supplement for athletes to stay hydrated.
In addition to these, there is also:
While this all looks nice and detailed, the downside is that the company hides behind a proprietary blend of BHB. so you don’t actually fully know what the proportions are.
Big minus for us!
On the plus side, there are practically no carbs.
How To Use Code Age:
The recommended intake is 6 capsules per day to be washed down with 8 ounces of water.
This doesn’t have to be with food, and for exercise boosting effects it’s best to take them 20 minutes before a workout session.
During the early stages of a ketogenic diet, this product is best taken first thing in the morning to help you get over the fatigue and brain fog.
This it does reasonably well, but more on that shortly.
How Does it Taste?
Basically, it tastes of nothing because this product is supplied in capsules.
Now, you could break open or chew on the capsules to find out, but given the ingredients above, that might not be such a pleasant experience.
So, if you’re looking for something that has a nice taste and is supplied as a health shake to fill you up as well, then this isn’t the right option for you.
Does Code Age Actually Work?
So, we put it to the test by trying to get through induction faster and also see what the effects were after ketosis had set in.
The results weren’t actually that bad at all.
On my latest keto cycle I did find that the brain fog and fatigue weren’t as bad as I remembered, but once I got into the state, I honestly didn’t get that much of an energy boost
Did it burn more fat?
Again, I didn’t see a sudden increase during the time I tested this out.
It does provide health benefits during induction to reduce the keto-flu, but don’t expect this to give you a major boost.
I’m still convinced that Purefit does these claims better than most.
Are There Side Effects To Using Code Age?
The ingredients in these capsules are all generally deemed safe.
But as with every health product that is safe in small doses, that doesn’t mean that doubling the dose will still be healthy.
Exceeding the dose won’t help with your ketogenic diet efforts and can actually lead to stomach upset, nausea and diarrhea.
Basically, stick to the recommended dose.
Where Can I Buy Code Age?
If you absolutely want to try this out, then you should head over to Amazon.
Codeage Capsules can be found on quite a few other websites, including eBay and some online nutrition sites.
However, with a product that you will ingest, it’s always better to be safe than sorry.
I would generally find Amazon very trustworthy and have never ended up with something fake.
If adding salt and water (and fat) does not completely eliminate the induction flu the best option is usually to just hang in there. Any remaining symptoms are likely to be resolved within days, as your body adapts to low carb and turns into a fat-burning machine.
Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt
Bottomline: Should You Buy Code Age?
I honestly think that this isn’t a bad product, but for the price, you will do much better with Purefit.
Yes, the capsules are convenient as you can take the product with you anywhere you go.
But as far as overall support for your ketogenic diet efforts, it just falls that little bit short.
By taking advantage of some of the special offers, you’ll actually get a lot more servings for the same price when you buy Purefit KETO.
Purefit KETO is the better solution, and I can say for sure that it has helped me burn fat faster with the same amount of effort.
The mental health and strength boost is also a lot stronger with Purefit KETO making your days that much more productive.
It’s my go-to keto booster, and everyone I have recommended it to has thanked me after.