New KetoCoach Blood Ketone Meter Starter Kit | Affordably and Accurately Test if You’re in Ketosis On The Ketogenic Diet by Measuring Blood Ketones
- THE MOST AFFORDABLE TEST STRIPS – Our quality, foil wrapped strips start from 0.59 cents – making KetoCoach blood ketone meter the most affordable way to measure if you’re in ketosis accurately
- EASY TO UNDERSTAND RESULTS – The quick start guide comes with everything you need to not only get started, but also understand your blood ketone results if you’re attempting a ketogenic diet
- REDUCE PAIN WITH SCIENCE – Our ketone monitor is packaged with a quality Owen Mumford lancing device. It utilizes Comfort Zone Technology which MINIMIZES THE PAIN OF FINGER SAMPLING. When pressed against the sample site, a series of eight raised dots on the platform stimulate the nerve endings. This sends a powerful message of comfort to the brain, masking the weaker pain stimulus from the needle.
- SMALLEST BLOOD SAMPLE – 0.8μl (micro liters) is smaller than a matchstick head. It’s the smallest blood sample required for a blood ketone test. And because it needs less blood, it’s easier to get a complete sample every time.
- NO CODING REQUIRED – There is no need to code the meter. Just insert the strip, and the KetoCoach Blood Ketone meter is ready to receive the sample. This saves time and reduces the chance of an error code on the strip.
The all-new KetoCoach Blood Ketone Monitor is finally here.
Starter Kit Includes:
- KetoCoach β-ketone Meter
- Ten (10) Foil-wrapped Ketone Test Strips
- Owen Mumford Lancing Device (Finger Pricker)
- Ten (10) Owen Mumford Lancets
- Quick Start Guide
- Awesome Sticker
- Stunning Good Looks
We sincerely appreciate you for even checking us out. And we’re honored to be a part of your health journey.
The ketogenic diet is changing lives. The stories of success are not defined just in pounds, but in lives transformed and people touched. We’re lucky to live in an age where we can measure the state our bodies are in – and improve outcomes.
We’re excited to offer accurate and affordable testing solutions for people looking to improve their health through the ketogenic diet.
Individually Foil Wrapped Strips
Each of the KetoCoach Blood Ketone Strips are INDIVIDUALLY FOIL SEALED to ensure maximum stability and measurement accuracy.
Small Blood Sample
0.8μl (micro liters) is smaller than a matchstick head. And because it needs less blood, it’s easier to get a complete sample every time.
Not a Cheap Meter With Expensive Strips
Be careful – some companies sell cheap meters, but charge a fortune for strips. We don’t think that’s right. One of our goals has been to make testing affordable while maintaining accuracy and quality.
Autocoding + Error Protection
The KetoCoach Blood Ketone Meter is AUTOCODING – meaning you do not need a coding chip to program the meter when you receive a new pack of strips. This saves time, and reduces the chance strips will be wasted by incorrect programming. And rather than give you a reading that might be inaccurate, the meter will show an error code if the test is performed incorrectly (e.g. not enough blood).
Reduce Pain With Science
Our meter is packaged with a quality Owen Mumford lancing device. It utilizes Comfort Zone Technology which MINIMIZES THE PAIN OF FINGER SAMPLING. When pressed against the sample site, a series of eight raised dots on the platform stimulate the nerve endings. This sends a powerful message of comfort to the brain, masking the weaker pain stimulus from the needle.
Lab Tested Accuracy and Precision
We’re obsessed with accuracy and precision. That’s why we publish our accuracy and precision data for everyone to see how closely our meter aligned with lab test results. In 100 blood samples that were taken from the KetoCoach and compared to lab test results, the R-squared value (R-squared is a statistical measure of how close data is to a fitted regression line) was 0.9827.
Why Measure Ketones With Blood?
If you’re looking for an accurate way to know if your body is in a state of ketosis, blood is by far the most reliable and precise way to measure. The reason lies in how your body is actually using the ketones. Measuring your blood ketones (beta-hydroxybutyrate) can provide a quantifiable way to assess your level of adherence, and your body’s response to the ketogenic diet. In order to follow the ketogenic diet properly, it’s critical that you know if you are in ketosis or not. Knowing the difference will determine if you are applying the ketogenic diet correctly (if you are in ketosis), or simply eating a low carbohydrate diet. Being in a state of ketosis is where most of the benefits of the ketogenic diet occur.