Oooh yes, I always enjoy my cloud bread 😊
I set my breathalyser to %.BAC—I have no idea why I fixated on that unit of measurement, but I did. This seems to give me directly comparable results with Kafin’s, so I think her 0.8 is the same as my 0.8.
I usually sit between about 0.3 and 0.5—I have not worked out what makes the numbers move within this range, it seems to be completely independent of what and when I eat. During an Egg Fast they start to rise a bit, sitting around 0.7 to 0.9, but then they seem to get super high a few days after the EF. I just checked (I’m such a nerd I keep a note of the numbers) and a few days after the last EF I got as high as 1.99. The numbers stuck there for a few days, I actually thought the breathalyser might be broken, then they started to fall and gradually came down to my usual range.
I agree with Kafin, I don’t know how to stay at those high levels longer term and still follow a sustainable eating plan. But people seem to do it, especially those who are using ketosis to manage really serious medical matters. Maybe I’ll learn more with further experimentation. But that said, for me getting high numbers isn’t that important—it’s not a medical issue or anything—I just find it interesting.
Hope this helps, Elky