The Keto Mojo Challenge: 18-Hour Intermittent Fasting and the Quest for Ketosis



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The Keto Mojo Challenge: 18-Hour Intermittent Fasting and the Quest for Ketosis

Welcome back to the channel, everyone! Today, we’re embarking on a fascinating experiment: testing our blood glucose and ketone levels after an 18-hour intermittent fast using the Keto Mojo meter.

As many know, intermittent fasting (IF) is a popular dietary approach involving alternating eating and fasting periods. It’s been linked to various health benefits, including improved weight management, increased insulin sensitivity, and even reduced risk of chronic diseases.

For those unfamiliar, the Keto Mojo meter is a reliable and accurate tool for measuring blood glucose and ketone levels. This lets us get a real-time snapshot of our metabolic state and see how our bodies respond to dietary interventions like intermittent fasting.

Before we start, I want to emphasize the importance of consulting with your doctor before attempting any drastic dietary changes, especially if you have any underlying health conditions. This video is for informational purposes only and should not be interpreted as medical advice.

IMPORTANT: The information provided on this channel is for entertainment and informational purposes only and should not be construed as medical advice. Please consult a licensed medical professional you trust before deciding or making medical decisions. Further, the information on my channels is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or a qualified healthcare provider with any questions regarding any medical conditions you might be experiencing.

What is GKI?

*GKI – GKI stands for “Glucose Ketone Index.” It is a measurement used to determine the amount of ketones and glucose in your body. Ketones are molecules produced when your body burns fat for fuel instead of carbohydrates. The GKI helps assess the ratio between your blood glucose levels and ketone levels, providing an indication of your body’s metabolic state. KETO-MOJO has several status names for the varying levels of GKI. GKI levels are defined as follows:

9.0 or greater – Not in ketosis.

This level indicates that you’re not following a keto diet or only recently started.

6.0–9.0 – Mild ketosis

Weight loss and optimal health

3.0–6.0 – Moderate ketosis

Metabolic conditions like type 2 diabetes, insulin resistance, and obesity

1.0–3.0 – Therapeutic ketosis

Dietary management/treatment of cancer, neurological diseases, and chronic inflammatory diseases

1.0 or less – Highest degree of therapeutic ketosis

N/A — This level is generally only attainable under strict, medically supervised ketogenic diets

I used Some specific foods to achieve a GKI of 0.5-3.


ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ Rise Nitro Coffee:   

ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ Zevia Energy Drinks:  

ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ Italian Nitro Coffee:  


ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ Tahini Butter:   

ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ Cacao, Maca, and Lucuma:  

ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ Pecan Butter:  

ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ Hazelnut Butter:  

ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ Macadamia Butter:  


ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ Wheatgrass Juice Powder:  

ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ Superfood Powder:  

ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ Spirulina:  

ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ MRM Veggie Elite:  

ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ Truvana Chocolate:  


ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ Pecans:  

ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ Macadamia Nuts: 

ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ Walnuts:  

ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ Brazil Nuts:  


ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ Extra Virgin Olive Oil: 

ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ MCT Oil:  

ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ Red Wine Vinegar:  

ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ Nutritional Yeast:  


ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ  Electrolytes:  


ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ Baja Gold Salt:   


ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ Chewable Multi-Vitamin  

ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ Maletonin:  


ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ Grass Fed Butter:  


ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ KETO-MOJO GK+ Bluetooth Glucose & Ketone Testing Kit:  

ᐧ ᐧ ᐧ KETO-MOJO Test Strip Combo Pack:  


I sincerely thank all medical professionals who helped create a library of research and information for this journey and focused on facts first—with special mention to Dr. Thomas Seyfried, biology, genetics, and biochemistry professor at Boston College, and Dr. Berg. This work would not have been possible without their knowledge and years of dedication to honest and measurable results.

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