ALIUHOHS - Ketones aren't dangerous. They are the result of breaking down fat. There is a difference between ketosis, and keto-acidosis.
CurlyQ - Good idea to see a doctor if you have any questions. You want to eat the proper amount of calories, but we aren't supposed to eat when we are hungry . We are supposed to eat when the next meal is scheduled.
I had the same problem when I started low carb. I was waiting to " get hungry ", and it never happened. I just switched to 5-6 small meals a day, and in a few weeks I was used to eating bigger meals, despite not being hungry. Now I am back to 3-4 meals. You need to correct the problem, so that you can eat the right amount of calories, and this may be a dose change, but not being hungry means that you can now control calories, and reach goals that aren't possible when you eat when you are hungry. That leads to overeating. You should never be hungry, if you eat every 8 hours or so.
Hopefully you can correct the dose/med, and eat in your calorie range, while still not being hungry.
Edited by: RUSSELL_40 at: 4/18/2014 (09:15)
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