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By Cain Credicott, Paleo Magazine

Historically, the nutrition and health guidance presented to the masses has been done in a blanket approach. Everyone should eat the same—eat low fat, avoid cholesterol and salt, eat every two hours. Everyone should avoid the sun. Everyone should walk 10,000 steps every day. And on and on. For decades we’ve all diligently followed this advice and adhered as best we can to the conventional nutritional doctrine of the day. Unfortunately, we’re now arguably less healthy than ever before, with life expectancy declining and today’s kids set to live shorter lives than their parents.

Thankfully, a growing number of folks are starting to realize that this one-size-fits-all approach may not be the ideal solution. Rather than blindly following these standard guidelines, more and more of us are starting to pay greater attention to how our diet and lifestyle choices can affect our individual bodies. Fortunately, while this ability to track how our bodies respond to certain foods and lifestyle choices wouldn’t have been possible just a generation ago, with a growing number of apps and devices available, it’s now possible to track the effect these various factors have on us in real-time.

One of these devices, launched just this year, is a revolutionary ketone breath meter from Biosense. The first, and only, clinically backed meter on the market to track acetone (ACEs), the device offers unlimited, effortless tracking of ketone levels simply by blowing into it. No more painful, inconvenient fingersticks or having to buy expensive test strips. Biosense elevates tracking your ketones to a whole new level and makes it as painless as utilizing any wearable device.

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