This entry is part 187 of 208 in the series Ketogenic Diet

Quite some time ago I tested Keto Chow 1.5 and how it effects (my) blood glucose levels. Time to run the experiment again! This time I didn’t forget to not eat so I started with a clean sample. My first meal was at 11 am, with my previous meal 17 hours earlier at 6 pm (18:00). I also recorded my ketone levels, which were kinda sad at 0.5 both times I tested (but up from the previous day). I’m using a KetoMojo ketone/glucose tester which has ketone strips that only cost $1 (compared to $2-5 a test depending on which tester you get). The short version of the results is: there wasn’t any significant change in my blood glucose following meals of Keto Chow 2.0. I’m also not anemic and not Diabetic, at least when I’m consuming Keto Chow =) One other interesting thing to note is that my average (mean) blood glucose last time I tested like this was 94, this time it was 87. Cool beans.

Keto Chow 2.0 Postprandial Glucose Blood Tests 10-23-2017

Here is the data table for my tests.

TimeGlucose mg/dLHCT %HB g/dLKetones mmol/L
9:30834916.60.5
10:00774615.6
10:30893913.2
11:00834113.9
Consumed Chocolate Keto Chow
11:30774515.3
12:00824113.9
12:30884816.3
13:00954414.9
13:30964916.6
14:00954113.9
14:30854615.60.5
Consumed Chocolate Keto Chow
15:00884113.9
15:30893913.2
16:00904013.6
16:30904314.6
17:00844314.6

You can expect another test like this in a week or so regarding Keto Chow 2.1 and its effects on (my) glucose!

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