Ketosis: What is the ideal blood ketone level for weight loss?

What blood ketone level should you be trying to achieve on a ketogenic diet in order to get the ideal level for weight loss?

Are higher levels of ketosis better?


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20 thoughts on “Ketosis: What is the ideal blood ketone level for weight loss?

  1. You really just helped me so so much. You just simplified ketosis and are now going to make my journey so much easier. Thank you

  2. This information makes so much sense! Sometimes you are losing inches even if the scale doesn’t always show a loss.

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  4. What IS the right amount of protein? I hear all sorts of things but really would like a more numbers based solution. I've seen some notes about a certain amount of protein per lean body mass, but even then I See all sorts of different multipliers.

  5. I have the opposite problem, being in ketosis always between 0.5 and 1.6 but NOT loosing weight.. 😫 since 3 weeks.
    what should I do ?

  6. Thankyou, a really valuable video and message Dr Dan!

    I can see that tracking ketone and glucose levels in the early phase of doing a keto diet along with Intermittent fasting and exercise will be handy but will become less important over time. This video has answered a number of questions so much thanks again!

    Im a body builder (51) and new to keto and IF but see the clear benefits in being able to shred faster while maintaining muscle mass. I would love you to make more videos addressing these synergies.

    Cheers Dr Dan!…..😀💪👍


  7. The Agoge diet works great and you feel good, in contrast to keto. Keto isn't supposed to be adhered to by healthy people and without medical supervision.

  8. I find that my ketones do lower after exercise but my blood glucose gets higher due to that stress affect. Once my blood goes down my ketones go back up. It always goes hand in hand. If I get stressed my blood glucose goes up and in turn my ketones go down because my body is feeding off of the glucose.

  9. it amazes me how much I hear that people should cut their protein. I think it's pretty clear that it's about the carbs, not the protein, and adding energy in the form of fat may not be a great idea.

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