“Several key signs and symptoms can help you identify whether you are in ketosis.”
Ultimately, if you’re following the guidelines of a ketogenic diet and stay consistent, you should be in some form of ketosis. However, if you are like MOST people who struggle with compliancy and the restrictions of a traditional ketogenic diet, PowerHouse Ketones is exactly what you need!
If you want an accurate assessment, monitor ketone levels in your blood. PHK recommends the Keto Mojo blood ketone meter for testing.
If your goal is weight loss, and you are enjoying your ketogenic diet and feeling healthier, there is no need to obsess over your ketone levels. You can always keep to a more modified approach of the traditional ketogenic diet which will allow you the benefits of eating out with friends and maintaining a “keto-lifestyle.”
Really Want to Know – Test Yourself!
Pubmed.gov offers a guide published by the national health institute that characterizes their process in measuring beta-hydroxybutyrate (beta-OHB) in the blood. The offer guidelines for distinguishing simple hyperglycaemia from ketosis, and as an indicator of adequate resolution of ketoacidosis, using an electrochemical blood ketone meter.
Resource Available Here: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/11553201/