My blood ketone is definitely lower after my meal. I have not done a biosense within 1 hour of a meal though yet. The closest was 2 hours. Will do that for sure today.
My WIfe gave me a nice banana instead. High GI she said haha.
Tasted great haven't had on in a year. One hour later 40 ACEs. Hmmm. So then went and had a booster juice (raspberry) with the family!! Haven't had one of those in over 6 months. One hour later 40ACE.
Richard McG wrote:Today took my blood 2 hours after getting up a lousy .03 blew again on the biosense. 40 !
When I bought the biosense sometime ago........tried it out but never seemed to match my blood work. I will try the formula that I didn't have back then. Easy to do since all the ACE markers are 40
This shows the variability of acetone with respect to BHB. Not the Y-Axis is a log 10 scale. Wonder if BioSense's Aces are on a log scale so they can have a relatively linear relationship to BHB?
Julie G wrote:I'm guessing it's not a log 10 scale because of the 1-2 hour lag between BHB and ACEs. Sound right?
patrickoleary wrote:BioSense says I am at 36 ACEs which means DEEP level of Ketosis.
I bought a KetoMojo also, and it registered me at 0.6 mmol/L which means low to moderate level of Ketosis.
When I enter an ACE value manually into KetoMojo, it says that 36 ACE is low and the scale goes up to a few hundred. Biosense when I get above 40 just says HI.
I’m trying to make sense of it all, because it feels conflicting.
I should also say that I had a horrible diet filled with carbs. Very much overweight. When I got the BioSense, I was at 0 on the meter until about a week in of eating right. Then, raised to 1, then 2, then bounced up and down between 2-7 for another 1-2 weeks. Then, up to 12-15 over the next week. Then, I got to 27 and have been in the 30's - HI ever since. So, I feel like the BioSense is working. Plus, I'm down 30 lbs in about a month. I just got the KetoMojo today and got the 0.6.
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