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"Remove the Cause and There are No Symptoms" to Treat Foods are classified as acid-forming or alkalizing depending on the effect they have on the body. Acid-forming diets lead to acid indigestion that eventually creates a condition known as chronic acidosis which acidifies body tissue. This acidification process chokes off oxygen within cells and eventually compromises the immune system. This leads to all sorts of diseases such as cancer, heart disease, stroke, memory loss, nutrient deficiencies and poor athletic performance. All of these conditions are, for the most part, due to acid-forming diets that violate the acid/alkaline blood ratios of your body cells. One of the keys to cancer prevention is eating an anti-cancer diet, also referred to as the Acid Alkaline Diet. The AAA Dietis the only high alkaline diet that can alkalize and oxygenate body cells as you eat alkaline foods according to the acid alkaline food chart. PROPER pH BALANCE FOR PEAK POWER, STRENGTH & ENDURANCE! The typical American diet is too high in acid-producing foods like meat, eggs, dairy, white flour and sugar. By following The AAA Diet instead, you will begin cleansing your body by flushing out acidic wast Continue reading >>

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  1. annieberry

    Hi,
    Last year I was hospitalised with DKA 12 times. I have never checked for ketones myself before just had to go to hospital when symptoms of DKA kicked in.
    I have recently been given a new testing meter that tests for blood ketones as well as blood glucose. My ketones are 1.9 according to the leaflet it says seek medical help if over 1.5. I am not feeling sick and if I hadn't have tested I wouldn't do anything as I wouldn't know.
    Any thoughts on what to do please ?
    Ann

  2. annieberry

    Ps. Apologies for all the questions since joining, and not much advice in return. It is just everyone is very knowledgeable and helpful here

  3. Hanmillmum

    Hi Ann, are you unwell at all or BG's high?. You may well need to consider taking some insulin, (but be cautious as if you haven't eaten or fasted you can have ketones present). So decide the cause - it's usually a sign there is too little or no insulin present. It might help to have a little something to eat along with some insulin to get rid of the ketones - plenty of fluids too I would personally re-check your ketones to make sure they are coming down once you have done something to sort it.
    Sorry to hear you have had DKA 12 times, it would be time well spent for your team to be helping you out a bit more and perhaps have given you some reference for what levels you should be attending hospital for. It's been a while since DKA on dx but we have been told to consider hospital if we get a ketone reading over 3 (I think, will go and check)

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