Using Ketone Breath Analysers

Using Ketone Breath Analysers – Michel Lundell and Alison Gannett
Michel Lundell managed to get his epilepsy under control using a ketogenic diet (this is now an accepted and proven treatment).

To make it easier to track his ketone levels – and being an engineer – he then developed the first ketone breath analyser, called the Ketonix.

In this short talk from Low Carb Vail he tells his story, and describes different ways of tracking ketone levels in the body.

After that Alison Gannet talks about being diagnosed with a massive malignant brain tumor in 2013. She had surgery to remove it and has then used a ketogenic diet to hopefully reduce the risk of relapse – so far so good. Here she talks about her journey, including tips and tricks for how to stay in optimal ketosis.

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Using Ketone Breath Analysers – Michel Lundell and Alison Gannett

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  1. Mark Bousquet
    I use my Ketonix everyday. It's a lot more accurate than the urine test strips and much more affordable than testing blood ketones.

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