I'm not a Dr but, I had these tests done for the first time a few years ago and didn't think I got a good explanation of the results from my Dr (what can you expect in a 7 min appointment?) so I did some research from links on here.
My understanding is . .
Kind of, "Total high Cholesterol" is fairly meaningless, what matters more is the ratios between different types.I have read that the whole high cholesterol being an issue thing is a myth?
LDL/HDL:- Gives an indication of plaque in your arteries (a bad thing) the lower the better, below 4.3 is considered good, you are 3.2/2.33 = 1.37 so excellent :-)
Total/HDL:- The lower the better, below 5 is good, you are 5.7/2.33 = 2.45 so excellent :-)
Triglycerides/HDL:- The lower the better, below 2 is good, you are 0.44/2.33 = 0.19 so excellent :-)
Blood glucose:- The lower the better, Normal/Average is 6, 7 or more is diabetic, so at 5.6 you're not excellent, merely pretty good :-)
Hope this helps, I didn't look into kidney function numbers, my Dr just said mine were fine and I took his word for it. You are just under average (I don't even know if lower or higher is better) so probably excellent. Never heard of Anion Gap!
All in All you seem to be in amazingly good health, I'd say, stay primal and worry less :-)