Why are we getting into ketosis? Why are we following the ketogenic diet? Why do we care what the numbers on our blood ketone meter say? We really need to know more about why we’re doing what we’re doing. So coming on the heels of last week’s episode, today, we’re moving on to Part 2 of All About Ketones!
- Do you need to add more fat in order to get into ketosis?
- The 3 different options for testing ketones – blood, breath, and urine
- Why I do not recommended to test for ketones with urine strips
- The pros and cons of breath ketone testing vs. blood ketone testing
- When is the best time to test your blood ketones?
- What the numbers on your blood ketone test mean
- How often should you do blood ketone testing?
- How you can use blood ketone testing to get more information about your body and what foods impact you
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If today’s episode has spurred some additional information that you need, please let me know. Send your questions about testing or any other questions you have about keto for women in general to firstname.lastname@example.org.
“No matter what, just you eating a ketogenic style meal on a daily basis, making this your thing, that’s healing your body.” —Shawn Mynar
“It’s not something to stress over or to beat yourself up, or your body up, if it’s not producing ketones right away.” —Shawn Mynar
The advice and opinions in The Keto For Women show are intended for informational purposes only and should not be taken as medical care or advice. Please always consult your medical professional for your specific health concerns.