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Weight and measurements

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Week 1 2 3 4
Left arm
Right arm
Left thigh
Right thigh
pH and ketones
Week pH Ketone Week pH Ketone
1 7
2 8
3 9
4 10
5 11
6 12

Optimal Keytones

Optimal pH

Symptom score
Week 1 10
Stomach pain
Heart burn
Irritable bowel
Excessive thirst
Bad breath
Get sick easily
Poor sleep
Dry skin
Joint pain
Muscle pain
Hormone issues
Percentage score % %
Height (cm):
Your ideal daily protein intake is: 50g
Your ideal daily fat intake is: 125g
Your ideal daily carbohydrate intake is: 40g

Important: Carb intake is 20g or less during the program. The carbohydrate value in the calculator is your ideal carb intake after the program (after insulin and glucose are optimal and stabilized).

Blood test result
W1 W12 Unit Optimal Normal
Glucose mmol/L 4-5.0 3.2-5.4
Insulin mU/L 3-5 0-25
Total cholesterol mmol/L 5.5-7.0 (adult) 3.6-5.2
Triglycerides mmol/L 0.4-1.0 0.5-1.8
HDL mmol/L > 1.8 1.0-2.0
LDL mmol/L 2.5-4.1 1.5-3.4
Chol/HDL ratio mmol/L 3-4.5 0-4.5
TSH mIU/L 1.0-2.3 0.5-4.0
FT4 pmol/L 15-19 10-20
FT3 pmol/L 5.0-5.5 3.5-6.0
Serum iron umol/L > 14-17 5-30
TIBC umol/L 53-62 45-72
Trans sat %   28-35 20-55
Ferritin ug/L 100-200 15-165
Vitamin D nmol/L 125-175 50*
Cortisol nmol/L 303-496 110-550
Blood sugar Glucose Sugar in blood stream from carb breakdown.
Insulin Hormone released to control glucose in bloodstream. High levels indicate potential insulin resistance.
Lipid profile Total cholesterol Protective lipid response and precursor to hormones, necessary for brain and nerve function, needed to remove fat soluble toxins. Will go up in response to inflammation, injury etc.
Triglycerides Produced to transport excess sugar, alcohol and fat. Initial rise is protective. Chronically elevated sign of inflammation.
HDL High density lipoprotein, carries fresh cholesterol from the liver to the cells.
LDL Low density lipoprotein, carries recycled cholesterol from the cells, back to the liver.
Chol/HDL ratio When HDL makes up 25% or more of total cholesterol, indicative of lower heart disease risk.
Thyroid TSH Thyroid Stimulating Hormone, stimulates the production of T3 and T4. High indicates low thyroid function. Low indicates over-active thyroid.
Free T4 T4 is converted to T3 when it reaches the organs and body tissue.
Free T3 Active thyroid hormone, regulates metabolism.
Iron Serum Iron Iron in bloodstream.
TIBC Co-factors to bind iron. Not enough co-factors will cause excess to build up in blood.
Trans Sat Percentage of iron in blood bound to transferrin.
Ferritin Stores iron for use. Low levels associated with anemia, fatigue, brain fog, sugar cravings, hair loss. Excess associated with chronic inflammation.
Vitamin D 25-hydroxy Vitamin D Low associated with fatigue, hair loss, depression, poor concentration, poor skin, poor sleep, joint pain, osteoporosis, heart disease/high blood pressure, frequent illness. High associated with too much supplementation (once supplementing, regular testing is necessary).
Cortisol Pl Cortisol (am) Stress hormone. High associated with low melatonin (sleep hormone), high-stress. Low associated with adrenal fatigue, prolonged stress, Addison’s.

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