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Knowing your blood ketone levels can be powerful feedback. It’s objective. It’s motivating. And it is the kind of information that lets you know where you are and whether you need to make a change to reach your goals. Many people experience the most benefits when blood ketone levels get above about 1.5 mmol/L. Are you there yet? A ketone meter gives you this objective feedback as often as you decide to test.
If you are ready to invest in a blood ketone meter, which one should you buy? I wondered, too, so Diet Doctor bought the four most prominent meters available on Amazon (US), and I ran them through our testing protocol.
In this review, I compare them across three attributes: accuracy, price and simplicity.
- The four brands of ketone meters
- Conclusion: The winner