Ketone Test Strips
Measure if you're in the right track with your keto diet with our Ketone Testing Strips. Testing is easy, painless, and quick. Unlike a blood meter, strips measure a type of ketone called (acetoacetate) which starts to increase in your urine when you first get into ketosis.
Ketone Test Strips
Measure if you're in the right track with your keto diet with our Ketone Testing Strips. Testing is easy, painless, and quick. Unlike a blood meter, strips measure a type of ketone called (acetoacetate) which starts to increase in your urine when you first get into ketosis.
$9.99 Regular price

Easy ketone testing -- no finger pricks required

Contains 100 strips per container

Lab grade test strips

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When To Use

Starting Keto

To see when you're in ketosis.

After Eating

To see if certain foods kick you out of ketosis.

Restarting Keto

To know when you're back in ketosis.

Travel

Test ketone levels easily on the go.

Anytime

You want quick, easy ketone testing.

Easy Ketone Testing

The easiest way to find out how many ketones are in your blood stream.

Use Ketone Test Strips to See What Foods Are Best for You

Everyone's bodies process carbs differently. Use Ketone Testing Strips to figure out what foods kick you out of ketosis.

Non-Invasive Ketone Strips

No pricking your fingers or buying expensive breath-testing equipment. Find out if you're in ketosis in minutes.

Press Reviews

“These days, with the keto diet craze, you can easily find testing strips at familiar retailers such as Perfect Keto...the strips themselves measure the ketone levels of your urine-more specifically, two of three ketones known as acetoacetic acid and acetone.”
— Shape
“For those following a ketogenic lifestyle, these Perfect Keto testing strips are a quick and easy way to check if you're in ketosis. Instead of inconvenient blood tests, they check the levels of ketone bodies in your urine — and the matching result pad is right on the bottle, so they're portable, convenient, and simple.”
— The Zoe Report
“Perfect Keto constantly saves me during my travels and I never leave my place without survival kit of Perfect Keto. These are King Keto approved.”
— Brandon Carter

FAQ

Ketone strips test for the presence of acetoacetate (AcAc),one of the ketone bodies produced when you’re in ketosis. You’ll notice a color change in the test strip, which would indicate low or high ketone levels. Urine test strips are the preferred method for detecting acetoacetate since this ketone spills over in the urine.

The best time to do urine testing for ketosis is in the early morning or a few hours after dinner time. Make sure to follow a consistent testing routine or schedule to get a good picture of your status. Furthermore, keep in mind that various factors may affect your ketone readings, including physical activity and food intake.

Optimal levels of ketosis range from 0.5 to 3 mmol/L, which indicates trace to moderate ketones. This is also the sweet spot to aim for if you’re looking to lose weight using the keto diet.

You should be able to notice a color change from light beige (negative ketones or no ketosis) to a darker shade depending on your current level of ketosis. As a general rule, a darker color indicates a deeper level of ketosis or a high concentration of ketones in your body.

Here’s a guide on using ketone strips and interpreting results

Ketone strips can be very useful for measuring ketone levels in people who are new to the keto diet. However, urine strip readings can become less accurate over time as you make progress because your body gets better at utilizing ketones for fuel. There’s less spillover of acetoacetate in urine, which would likely show a lower ketone reading.

In other words, ketone urine strips show more accurate results for beginners or those who’ve been off the keto diet for some time now and want to get back into ketosis.

There isn’t a standard recommendation on the best frequency for testing ketosis. In fact, you can test as often as you would like, at least twice a day (early morning and late evening) for example, especially at the beginning of the keto diet. This will help you know if you’re on the right track with your diet.

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