Keto Fit Pro Review – Can It Help Your Keto Diet?

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By Leslie Waterson

Reviewed by Juliana Tamayo, MS, RDN - Last Updated

Keto Fit Pro Review

It seems like every week a new weight loss supplement or weight loss diet comes out. Recently, the new fad diet has been keto. Keto diets involve restricting your carb intake, so your body resorts to burning visceral fats for energy. According to proponents, keto diets are the magic bullet for weight loss.

Keto diets are hard to stick to, though. Restricting carb intake makes you feel lethargic initially, and many people get discouraged when they don’t see immediate results.

That is where Keto Fit Pro comes in. Keto Fit Pro claims that it is the “easiest way to burn fat” and that it can give your body more energy through the ketosis process.

There are a lot of keto supplements out there, such as Keto Drive and Keto Power, so we are going to cover Keto Fit Pro in this review and see if it’s legit or not. We will cover its pros, cons, ingredients, side effects, and cost. Then we will give our verdict on whether Keto Fit Pro is worth it.

Keto Fit Pro Bottle
NOTE: We currently recommend Perfect Keto Exogenous Ketone Base over Keto Fit Pro. Here’s why

What Is Keto Fit Pro?

Keto Fit Pro is a keto diet supplement meant to help maximize the result of low-carb and carb-restricted diets.  Keto Fit Pro bills itself as a “revolutionary break-through” in weight loss products. They further claim that Keto Fit Pro can help you lose up to 1lb of fat per day. Keto Fit Pro contains a popular substance called BHB salts that are supposedly the magic keto bullet (more on BHB salts later).

Keto Fit Pro claims that it has helped “thousands” of people lose up to 1lb of fat per day. The supplement comes in capsule form, and you are supposed to take 2 capsules up to 3 times a day. It is recommended you take the supplements 30 minutes before eating and to drink copious amounts of water.

From an initial glance, Keto Fit Pro looks a lot like another generic keto supplement out there.  The marketing is nothing unique (seriously, it’s like all these supplement companies use the same typefaces for their logos), and the page is full of the typical vague claims with no evidence. Even from a first glance, it is not looking good for Keto Fit Pro.

Keto Fit Pro 3pcs

Keto Fit Pro Advantages

  • Helps induce ketogenesis
  • Simple ingredient list
  • There is some evidence BHB increase blood ketone levels
  • Convenient capsule form
Keto Fit Pro for keto diet


  • Somewhat expensive
  • Efficacy is not clear
  • BHB has some known side effects

Who Makes Keto Fit Pro?

Here is the thing: Keto Fit Pro is made by Keto Fit Pro, but we know next to nothing about the company. We were unable to find a BBB or Trustpilot page, or even an official website for the company. So we don’t know anything about the company, its history, customer service record, or any complaints. In general, this is very bad for businesses. When a business has absolutely 0 presence, and no one knows how to contact them, then it’s virtually impossible to hold them accountable. So, unfortunately, things look even worse for Keto Fit Pro than they did initially.

How Does Keto Fit Pro Work?

Keto Fit Pro makes 4 claims on the bottle. Keto Fit Pro says that it has/is/can:

  • BHB ketones
  • Burn fat
  • Increase energy
  • Gluten-free

Other than these 4 claims, there is nothing else. The way keto diets are supposed to work is by restricting your carb intake, your body resorts to burning fats. Keto supplements are supposed to contain ingredients that facilitate this process of ketosis and keep you feeling energized.

Keto Fit Pro also does not make any references to diet or exercise. It seems to imply that if you take the pill, your body will magically enter a state of ketosis. It is misleading to suggest that the supplement alone can force your body into a state of ketosis. No matter how many of these supplements you take, if you are not restricting carbs, then you won’t see the results you want, period.

Keto Fit Pro weighing scale

Keto Fit Pro Ingredients

Keto Fit Pro contains one active ingredient: BHB ketone bodies. BHB (beta-hydroxybutyrate) is a kind of ketone body that is a very common ingredient in keto supplements. There have been some studies on BHB, and there are mixed results. Clinical trials on exogenous (originating outside of the body) seem to imply that they can increase blood ketone levels. However, the same data indicate that exogenous ketones may actually inhibit ketogenesis.

No doubt, there is a complicated story here that needs more research. But as it stands, there is currently no evidence that suggests exogenous ketones actually help bodily ketosis.

Keto Fit Pro also claims that BHB can pass the blood-brain barrier much easier and give energy to the brain to heighten mental clarity. We could not find any evidence for these claims about BHB.

Is Keto Fit Pro Safe?

Although Keto Fit Pro is generally safe, the main ingredient BHB has some known side effects that range from mild-to-moderate. The most commonly reported side effects are :

  • Upset stomach
  • Diarrhea
  • Constipation
  • Stomach pains

These are common side effects for a lot of supplements. It is still unclear how BHB may interact with pre-existing medical conditions or common medications. It is also not clear whether BHB affects fetal/child development, so those who are pregnant or nursing should stay away from Keto Fit Pro.

Keto Fit Pro for diet
NOTE: We currently recommend Perfect Keto Exogenous Ketone Base over Keto Fit Pro. Here’s why

Where To Buy Keto Fit Pro

You can buy Keto Fit Pro from the product website and from Amazon. It does not seem to be available in any physical retail locations currently. A single month-long supply (90-count bottle) costs $45. You can buy a 3-month subscription for only $90.

Final Verdict: Is Keto Fit Pro Worth It?

It’s tough to say for sure, but we say no, Keto Fit Pro is not worth it. There is just not much substance to the product. Everything it has can be found in much better products. There is also not enough evidence surrounding the central ingredient. It may be effective, but it equally likely could not be effective.

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Leslie Waterson

Leslie has been passionately involved in the health and fitness industries for over a decade. She is constantly reviewing the latest scientific research and studies in order to take a research-backed approach to lifestyle optimization. Her main areas of interest include nutrition and supplementation. Leslie shares her findings on Fitness Clone to help other health enthusiasts choose the products and routines that will help them achieve their goals.