Phase I Trial Assessing the Safety of Carb Starver. (SOCS) Project Lead Investigator: Dr Janet Schloss Ketogenic diets are typically high in fat and low in carbohydrates and are often adopted for a strategy to lose weight. Inducing a state of ketosis is normally achieved by dietary modification and is generally a slow process that requires the body go through a set of stages before entering ketosis. Typically, it takes at least three days of following a ketogenic diet for a subject to enter a state of ketosis. The difficulty with strict dietary models is that they are difficult to manage, maintain and control. This is a safety trial to assess any changes in blood glucose, ketone levels, liver and kidney function from consuming this product which gives you a form of ketones. It is a one day trial for healthy individuals aged 18-75 years of age. During the one day trial participants will be monitored after two doses and reassessed two days later.