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This blood test measures the level of ketones in the body. Our body produces ketones when cells don't receive enough glucose (blood sugar) - the primary energy source for the body. A coma or possible death can result from diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA), a consequence of diabetes, which is indicated by high ketone levels. A blood test for ketones can alert one to the need for treatment before a medical emergency arises.....Read More
A ketone blood test is a simple and quick way to check if you’re in ketosis.
Ketones can be detected in your urine or blood. A ketone blood test is the most accurate way to measure ketosis.
A ketone blood test is used to measure the level of ketones in your blood. Ketones are produced when your body breaks down fat for energy. Ketone levels can increase when your body is not getting enough insulin (a hormone that helps control blood sugar levels).
If you are on a ketogenic diet, or if you are trying to determine if you are in ketosis, then you may be wondering when to take a ketone blood test.
The best time to take a ketone blood test is in the morning before eating breakfast. This is because your body will be in a fasting state and your ketone levels will be at their highest.
The normal range for a ketone blood test is 0.5-3.0 mmol/L. A reading of greater than 3.0 mmol/L indicates ketosis, which is a condition that can occur when the body breaks down fat for energy.
If you are testing your ketone levels at home, there are a few things you can do to lower your ketone blood test level.
Ketone Blood Test is risk-free and completely safe to take.
If you are planning to have a ketone blood test, there are a few things that you should do beforehand in order to ensure accurate results.
When it comes to the ketone blood test, fasting is not required.
Yes, home sample collection is available for the Ketone Blood Test. One can opt for home collection while booking a test through Max Lab.
|Ketone Test Normal Range||Sample||Male||Female|
|Whole Blood||0 - 0.6 mmol/ L||0 - 0.6 mmol/ L|
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