Enter your blood glucose in (mg/dL) or (mmol/l) *
Enter your your blood ketones *
Your Glucose Ketone Index
What does my results mean?
Lower GKI values are associated with more therapeutic benefits of ketosis (cellular repair, autophagy, apoptosis, reduced inflammation, disease prevention).
Dr. Seyfried does a lot of his research in the realm of cancer treatment and has noticed increasingly impressive therapeutic outcomes with the lower the glucose ketone index ratio gets. Dr. Seyfried claims that a GKI of lower than 1.0 is prime therapy for patients with cancer, and he has plenty of data to back this up.