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Glucose Ketone Index For Metabolictherapy - The Trustees Of Boston College

Glucose Ketone Index for MetabolicTherapy United States Patent Application 20160078782 The ratio of blood glucose to blood ketones as a single Glucose Ketone Index value is tracked to manage metabolic treatment. This ratio identifies a metabolic state of health and has potential use for monitoring the progression of a metabolic or inflammatory disease or indication for all types of cancer, neurological disorders, and chronic inflammatory diseases. The tracking can be performed by a device or kit, such as a Glucose Ketone Index Calculator. Meidenbauer, Joshua J. (Auburndale, MA, US) THE TRUSTEES OF BOSTON COLLEGE (Chestnut Hill, MA, US) Bond Schoeneck & King, PLLC (350 Linden Oaks 3rd Floor Rochester NY 14625) 1. A method for managing the metabolic treatment of a subject comprising: administering a diet to the subject, wherein the diet reduces blood glucose levels and elevates blood ketone levels in the subject; tracking the ratio of blood glucose to blood ketone levels in the subject as a single Glucose Ketone Index value; and maintaining the tracked Glucose Ketone Index value within a target range. 2. The method of claim 1, wherein the maintaining the tracked Glucose Ketone Index Continue reading >>

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  1. digiguru

    My wife is breastfeeding our 1 year old and also dieting. We are not sure weather to try a low carb diet to induce Ketosis because we don't know the effects while nursing. Does anyone know of any studies that say if it is dangerous to the baby or not?

  2. Meg Stephenson

    This question was asked of Dr. Thomas Hale and his answer was that ketones are likely to go into the milk and alter the taste, which the baby might not like, but it isn't likely to be dangerous.
    However, you might also want to consider this advice from the breastfeeding website, Kellymom. In particular that
    Most moms should avoid dropping below 1800 calories per day.
    as very low calory intake may reduce milk supply.

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