Questions regarding blood work my wife and me had done
So after being primal for three months now, wify and me had some bloodwork done just to make sure we are not doing something terribly wrong with our diet.
I also needed the bloodwork anyways as praeop diagnose, cause I am getting a minor shoulder surgery later this month.
Unfortunately, the week before the bloodwork was done was extremely stressful due to the fact, that my father passed away and the funeral was the day before we had the appointment.
So I had five rums and coke in the evening before the test ( yeah stupid I know, but I really needed those drinks).
I d still like to share the results and like to hear if any of the markers are out of whack.
I only have the results yet and not talked to a doctor yet.
I have one marker, that is highlighted as too high and that is my
Vitamin D 3 marker.
Norm should be 9.3-47 ng/l and mine is 57, but that can't be too bad can it?
here are my other relevant markers:
Fasted Bloodsugar 99 mg/dl (probably a bit of the coke from the drinks in the evening still in it)
Kreatinin 1.0 mg/dl
MDRD 86 ml/min/1.7m2
Kalium 4.2 mmol/l
Natrium 141 mmol/l
Cholesterin 191 mg/dl
Triglyceride 86 mg/dl
HDL 55 mg/dl
LDL 119 mg/dl
I am a 46-year-old male, 180 cm, 79.3 kg body fat 20.2 %
My wife is a bit concerned about two markers in her blood test, which are out of the norm areas according to the paperwork:
Cholesterin 231 (too high?)
MDRD 67 (too low ?)
MDRD reads as Glomeruläre Filtrationsrate here in Germany and is some kind of marker for the function of the kidney.
My wife is 35, 175 cm and at 69 kg
Do we need to worry ?
We are basically eating the same food almost 95% of the time full primal.
We are including dairy in the form of butter, heavy cream and raw milk cheese to our diet.
"Give a man a fire, and he's warm for a day. Set fire to a man, and he's warm for the rest of his life."