Ryan P. Lowery, a 2014 national champion baseball player, earned his BS and MS in exercise physiology and exercise and nutrition science from the University of Tampa.
Over the past five years he has published an astounding 80 papers, abstracts, and book chapters on human performance and sports nutrition and is rapidly becoming one of the premier sport scientists in the nation. Ryan has received the Exercise Science Scholar of the Year Award, NSCA Award for Outstanding Presentation of the year award, and most recently the National AAHPERD Exercise Science Major of the Year Award. Ryan is completing his doctorate at Auckland University where his entire dissertation centers around how to optimize a ketogenic diet through various nutrition and supplemental variables, including exogenous ketones. In fact, Ryan and his colleagues recently found that the same dosage of ketones found in KETO//OS significantly enhanced perceptual measures of focus, while simultaneously raising ketones to levels typically seen in nutritional ketosis. Ryan is currently examining the effects on ketone supplementation on substrate utilization and human performance and will continue to push the boundaries in this area.