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The all-new FDA approved KetoCoach Blood Ketone Monitor is finally here.
What makes our meter different:
✔ Individually foil wrapped strips ensure measurement accuracy and stability.
✔ No coding of the meter is required. This reduces the chance for strip errors and wasted strips.
✔ The KetoCoach meter has smallest blood sample of any ketone measurement tool. This not only means you need less blood to test, but it reduces the chance for the meter not receiving enough sample and wasting a strip.
✔ The KetoCoach starter kit comes with a premium lancing device. Our meter is packaged with a quality Owen Mumford lancing device. When pressed against the sample site, a series of eight raised dots on the platform stimulate the nerve endings. This sends a powerful message of comfort to the brain, masking the weaker pain stimulus from the needle.
- KetoCoach β-ketone Meter
- Ten (10) Foil-wrapped Ketone Test Strips
- Owen Mumford Lancing Device (Finger Pricker)
- Ten (10) Owen Mumford Lancets
- Awesome Sticker
- Stunning Good Looks
Why Measure Blood Ketones?
If you're looking for an accurate way to know if your body is in a state of ketosis, blood is by far the most reliable way to measure. The reason lies in how your body is actually using the ketones. Measuring your blood ketones (beta-hydroxybutyrate) can provide a quantifiable way to assess your level of adherence, and your body's response to the ketogenic diet.
In order to follow the ketogenic diet properly, it's critical that you know if you are in ketosis or not. Knowing the difference will determine if you are applying the ketogenic diet correctly - and being in a state of ketosis is where most of the benefits of the ketogenic diet occur.
Package Dimensions: 6.9 x 4.8 x 2.5 inches