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ketone strips

Started a low carb diet and don't know if you've been doing it right?

Ketone strips provide a fast, convenient way of testing urine for the presence and concentration of ketones (acetoacetate).

They are the most inexpensive and easiest way to measure if your body is in ketosis. When you expose a ketone strip to your urine, the pad on the stick will change color if ketones are present and the severity of the color change will indicate the approximate concentration of ketones in your blood.

Know if you're in ketosis in just 15 seconds!

A diet low in carbohydrates promotes the use of ketones from fats rather than glucose as the primary source of energy for the body. When the body produces a steady state of ketones, you are in a metabolic state of ketosis. These test strips will help you identify whether you are in ketosis and in just 15 seconds!

Each bottle contains 100 test strips, so you'll never run out.

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Diabetes? Ketone strips can help you stay safe.

For people with diabetes, a lack of sufficient insulin prevents the body from using glucose properly. When cells in the body are unable to get the glucose, the body begins to break down fat into ketones for energy. When this happens, ketones are produced and enter the bloodstream. If this persists for long enough, it can cause a chemical imbalance called diabetic ketoacidosis.

These test strips can help you identify whether your ketone levels are safe. If ketone levels are high, contact your doctor immediately!

Get your ketone strips today!

Frequently Asked Questions:

Who should use ketone strips?

  • Ketone strips are ideal for those on a low carb or ketogenic diet and people with diabetes.

How many strips are in each box?

  • Each box contains a bottle with 100 test strips.

Where can I buy the ketone strips?

How do I use the strips?

  1. Remove a test strip from the bottle. Close the bottle immediately. NOTE: If opening for the first time, write the date opened on the label.
  2. Hold end farthest away from test pad. Pass test pad through urine stream. Note: Urine may also be collected in a clean, dry container for testing. After collection, quickly dip test pad into urine. Drag long edge of test strip against rim of container to remove excess urine.
  3. After 15 seconds, match test pad to color chart on vial label. Note: Color Chart blocks give approximate values; actual colors may be slightly darker or lighter than color shown on chart.
  4. Discard used test strip.

How do I read the results?

  • Ketone results are read from the color chart found on the label of the bottle as negative (0 mmol/L) to large (16 mmol/L).
  • Normal urine usually gives negative results.
  • For low carb dieters, any result other than negative indicates that you are in ketosis. Note: Long-term ketogenic dieters tend to measure lower.
  • If you are diabetic and the result level is moderate (4 mmol/L) to large (16 mmol/L), call your doctor or a diabetes healthcare professional immediately.
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