A ketone breathing meter is a device that measures the concentration of ketones in your breath.
You can get a free test from the American Heart Association or the American College of Cardiology.
They say it works by measuring the concentration in your blood and detecting how much is in your bloodstream.
They also offer the device for $25, or you can buy one for $20.
Here’s how to make the switch.
Ketones are the body’s primary energy source.
You need to get enough to fuel your body.
You also need to burn some ketones.
There are two ways to get your body to burn ketones: ketosis, or the state of being ketoacidosis, and hypoxia, or a state of low oxygen.
The former involves a rapid increase in ketones and the latter is a slow, steady increase.
Here are three ways to lower your blood ketones without changing your diet.
Eat more fat: You want to reduce your ketones to about 25 percent, so a ketone intake of 40 to 50 milligrams per kilogram of body weight will help you maintain your ketosis.
This isn’t the best way to go, though, because the ketones will start to rise again as soon as you stop eating the fat.
Exercise less: There are three types of exercise you can do that lower your ketone levels: walking, cycling and swimming.
Walking is good for people with low blood pressure and high blood sugar levels, but the more moderate exercise will be more effective for people who have high blood pressure or diabetes.
Exercise more: This is the easiest way to lower ketones, because it’s a matter of time.
If you can stay away from exercise, you should start doing something else that lowers your blood pressure, such as a low-fat diet, and that should do the trick.
If not, try some aerobic exercise.
Exercise has been shown to lower the risk of coronary heart disease.
It also has been associated with a decrease in the risk for stroke.
To reduce the risk, be sure to have a healthy diet.