It's important to monitor your keto levels when you are starting the Keto diet.
There is thing you should be aware of! Ketoacidosis.
Ketoacidosis occurs mostly in people with type 1 diabetes and results from a complete lack of insulin and markedly elevated blood glucose levels. In this setting, blood ketone levels rise above 10 mmol/L, causing the blood to become more acidic and placing the individual at a very high risk. 1
However, this is completely different from nutritional ketosis, where blood ketone levels usually range from 0.5-4 mmol/L and are accompanied by adequate insulin levels and low blood glucose.
I've written an article here to show you the different ways of checking your ketone levels.
Keto on! You can do it!!