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Ketones: When there's not enough insulin, the body begins to break down fat cells, which produce fatty acids. These fatty acids are passed through the kidneys into the urine--we know them as ketones.

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    Ketones in the urine, as detected by urine testing stix or a blood ketone testing meter, may...

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