Ketosis Meter Being Developed
I recall someone here mentioning that the programmer Steve Gibson -- the guy who wrote the Spinrite utility -- had gone low-carb.
Anyway, I took a look at his site, and he now says on his newsgroups that he's working on hardware/software to make a "ketosis breathalyzer".
The ketostik, of course, show how much acetoacetate is in urine, but that disappears from urine over a few weeks as the muscles get used to taking it up and using it for fuel. So Gibson has decided to look for acetone instead.
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