Burn It Nutrition Podcast
How do I know I am Keto-Adapted?
Chasing Ketones | Testing for Ketosis & Fat-Adaption
Show notes for Episode #30
We cover the question everyone eventually has when going keto and that is “How do I know I am in ketosis?” As well as the other more important question, “How do I know I am keto-adapted also called fat adapted?” Towards the end of the show, we will cover the clues our body gives us when fat adapted. We also cover the obsession with chasing ketones and how that may not be the goal we should be focusing on.
This episode will give you a better understanding of what it means to be fat adapted and the best options to test for it!
I hope you enjoy the show!!
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Timed Stamp Show Notes
05:23 = Tracking Success
09:34 = The Difference between Ketosis & Keto Adapted
15:45 = Testing for Ketosis
25:10 = A story on why chasing Ketones is not Helpful
29:45 = Options for Testing if your Fat/Keto Adapted
36:14 = Clues our bodies shows that we are Fat/Keto Adapted
43:55 = Closing thoughts
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