In this video I discuss why Urine Strip Tests are a great way to check for Ketones in Urine when beginning a Ketogenic diet. However I also explain why eventually Urine Strip Tests for Ketones isn’t as effective at identifying Urine Ketone Levels and Ketone Urine.
We also get to hear a fierst hand experience in using Urine Strip Tests to test for Ketoneis in Urine, her results of the Keto Urine Strip tests, and really how and why she used to use Keto Urine Strips.
This is an excerpt from Keto Consults 1, 2, & 4: https://bit.ly/2GzctYm
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The two most common questions I get …
1) “Doc, what BLOOD METER do you recommend?”
ANSWER: FORACARE: http://bit.ly/2QKGmKG
For years my diabetics told me this system was great. I tried several others before I bought this one. I can’t count the number of times I have tested my blood only to get an ERROR message from the strip. Grrr. I hate that. FORACARE gets my vote because it is accurate and takes only ONE test strip to get the results. YES!!
2) “Doc, which Ketones-In-A-Can (aka exogenous ketones, BHB) do you recommend?”
EXOGENOUS KETONES BHB: Dr Boz BHB: (affiliate link) https://amzn.to/2D8Xbr8
I don’t recommend these in everyone. I have times this is a great solution for my patients that are very overweight and trying to get used to burning ketones for fuel. All keto supplements should have magnesium in them. This one does.
I own this Dr Boz brand and the Dr Boz supplements.
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