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Torben Scharling

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Hey, I've recieved this after having my blood checked at my doctor. I'll post both the original list in Danish, and a google translated English version:

 

Alanintransaminase [ALAT];P = 18 U/L (10 <> 70)
Basisk fosfatase;P = 58 U/L (35 <> 105)
Vitamin B12;P = 335 pmol/L (Min. 150)
Kolesterol;P = 4.0 mmol/L (3,4 <> 6,9)
gamma-Glutamyltransferase;P = 12 U/L (10 <> 80)
Glukose;P = 4.8 mmol/L (4,2 <> 7,7)
Hæmoglobin;B = 10.0 mmol/L (8 <> 11)
Kolesterol HDL;P = 1.52 mmol/L (0,83 <> 2,13)
Kalium;S = 4.2 mmol/L (3,6 <> 4,6)
Kolesterol LDL;P(fPt) = 2.0 mmol/L (1,5 <> 4,8)
Leukocytter;B = 10.2 10E9/L (3,0 <> 9,0)
Hæmoglobin [MCHC];Erc( B ) = 20.4 mmol/L (19,0 <> 22,0)
Erytrocytvol. middel [MCV];Erc( B )= 88 fL (80 <> 100)
Natrium;P = 142 mmol/L (137 <> 145)
Trombocytter;B = 298 10E9/L (150 <> 400)
Triglycerid;P(fPt) = 1.10 mmol/L (0,47 <> 2,60)
Thyrotropin [TSH];P = 4.2 10E-3 IU/L (0,20 <> 5,00)
25-OH-Vitamin D(D3+D2);P = 109 nmol/L (50 <> 200)
Kreatinin;P = 75 µmol/L (60 <> 105)
C-reaktivt protein [CRP];P = <4 mg/L (Max. 10)
Ery Vol Varia;B = 14.4 % (11 <> 15)
eGFR mL/min per 1,73m²;Nyre = 106 mL/min (68 <> 137)

 

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Alanine transaminase [ALT], P = 18 U / L (10 <> 70)
Alkaline phosphatase, P = 58 U / L (35 <> 105)
Vitamin B12, P = 335 pmol / L (Min. 150)
Cholesterol, P = 4.0 mmol / L (3.4 <> 6.9)
gamma-glutamyl transferase, P = 12 U / L (10 <> 80)
Glucose, P = 4.8 mmol / L (4.2 <> 7.7)
Haemoglobin, B = 10.0 mmol / L (8 <> 11)
Cholesterol HDL, P = 1.52 mmol / L (0.83 <> 2.13)
Potassium, S = 4.2 mmol / L (3.6 <> 4.6)
Cholesterol LDL, P (FPT) = 2.0 mmol / L (1.5 <> 4.8)
Leukocytes, B = 10.2 10e9 / L (3.0 <> 9.0)
Hemoglobin [MCHC]; Erc ( B ) = 20.4 mmol / L (19.0 <> 22.0)
Erytrocytvol. agent [MCV]; Erc ( B ) = 88 fL (80 <> 100)
Sodium, P = 142 mmol / L (137 <> 145)
Platelets, B = 298 10e9 / L (150 <> 400)
Triglyceride, P (FPT) = 1.10 mmol / L (0.47 <> 2.60)
Thyrotropin [TSH], P = 4.2 10E-3 IU / L (0.20 <> 5.00)
25-OH Vitamin D (D3 + D2), P = 109 nmol / L (50 <> 200)
Creatinine, P = 75 umol / L (60 <> 105)
C-reactive protein [CRP], P = <4 mg / L (Max. 10)
Ery Vol Varia, B = 14.4% (11 <​​> 15)
eGFR mL / min per 1.73 ; Kidney = 106 mL / min (68 <> 137)
 
So, the thing is, I have no idea what these levels mean...Could you guys help me (or direct me to good places for that info) with how to "read" these results, which of these I should focus on "bettering" ? Obviously I wanna try to get as good and healthy results as possible, and I'm not at all bulletprooff - but working on it :) I guess there must be some ways to simplify these results, and put them in lament terms so to say..
 
Thanks so much in advance,
 
Bulletproof greetings from Copenhagen :)

 



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Hey, I've recieved this after having my blood checked at my doctor. I'll post both the original list in Danish, and a google translated English version:

 

Alanintransaminase [ALAT];P = 18 U/L (10 <> 70)
Basisk fosfatase;P = 58 U/L (35 <> 105)
Vitamin B12;P = 335 pmol/L (Min. 150)
Kolesterol;P = 4.0 mmol/L (3,4 <> 6,9)
gamma-Glutamyltransferase;P = 12 U/L (10 <> 80)
Glukose;P = 4.8 mmol/L (4,2 <> 7,7)
Hæmoglobin;B = 10.0 mmol/L (8 <> 11)
Kolesterol HDL;P = 1.52 mmol/L (0,83 <> 2,13)
Kalium;S = 4.2 mmol/L (3,6 <> 4,6)
Kolesterol LDL;P(fPt) = 2.0 mmol/L (1,5 <> 4,8)
Leukocytter;B = 10.2 10E9/L (3,0 <> 9,0)
Hæmoglobin [MCHC];Erc( B ) = 20.4 mmol/L (19,0 <> 22,0)
Erytrocytvol. middel [MCV];Erc( B )= 88 fL (80 <> 100)
Natrium;P = 142 mmol/L (137 <> 145)
Trombocytter;B = 298 10E9/L (150 <> 400)
Triglycerid;P(fPt) = 1.10 mmol/L (0,47 <> 2,60)
Thyrotropin [TSH];P = 4.2 10E-3 IU/L (0,20 <> 5,00)
25-OH-Vitamin D(D3+D2);P = 109 nmol/L (50 <> 200)
Kreatinin;P = 75 µmol/L (60 <> 105)
C-reaktivt protein [CRP];P = <4 mg/L (Max. 10)
Ery Vol Varia;B = 14.4 % (11 <> 15)
eGFR mL/min per 1,73m²;Nyre = 106 mL/min (68 <> 137)

 

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Alanine transaminase [ALT], P = 18 U / L (10 <> 70)
Alkaline phosphatase, P = 58 U / L (35 <> 105)
Vitamin B12, P = 335 pmol / L (Min. 150)
Cholesterol, P = 4.0 mmol / L (3.4 <> 6.9)
gamma-glutamyl transferase, P = 12 U / L (10 <> 80)
Glucose, P = 4.8 mmol / L (4.2 <> 7.7)
Haemoglobin, B = 10.0 mmol / L (8 <> 11)
Cholesterol HDL, P = 1.52 mmol / L (0.83 <> 2.13)
Potassium, S = 4.2 mmol / L (3.6 <> 4.6)
Cholesterol LDL, P (FPT) = 2.0 mmol / L (1.5 <> 4.8)
Leukocytes, B = 10.2 10e9 / L (3.0 <> 9.0)
Hemoglobin [MCHC]; Erc ( B ) = 20.4 mmol / L (19.0 <> 22.0)
Erytrocytvol. agent [MCV]; Erc ( B ) = 88 fL (80 <> 100)
Sodium, P = 142 mmol / L (137 <> 145)
Platelets, B = 298 10e9 / L (150 <> 400)
Triglyceride, P (FPT) = 1.10 mmol / L (0.47 <> 2.60)
Thyrotropin [TSH], P = 4.2 10E-3 IU / L (0.20 <> 5.00)
25-OH Vitamin D (D3 + D2), P = 109 nmol / L (50 <> 200)
Creatinine, P = 75 umol / L (60 <> 105)
C-reactive protein [CRP], P = <4 mg / L (Max. 10)
Ery Vol Varia, B = 14.4% (11 <​​> 15)
eGFR mL / min per 1.73 ; Kidney = 106 mL / min (68 <> 137)
 
So, the thing is, I have no idea what these levels mean...Could you guys help me (or direct me to good places for that info) with how to "read" these results, which of these I should focus on "bettering" ? Obviously I wanna try to get as good and healthy results as possible, and I'm not at all bulletprooff - but working on it :) I guess there must be some ways to simplify these results, and put them in lament terms so to say..
 
Thanks so much in advance,
 
Bulletproof greetings from Copenhagen :)

 

 

Your kidneys are great! Your eGFR which is the most important test for total kidney function is very good. Your Vitamin D could be just a tad bit higher. You want 150 nmol for perfection. Overall, pretty healthy.


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Your kidneys are great! Your eGFR which is the most important test for total kidney function is very good. Your Vitamin D could be just a tad bit higher. You want 150 nmol for perfection. Overall, pretty healthy.

 

Thanks man ! Coincidentally I just bought a big can of D vitamins (now that the summer is over here), just before reading this reply, so good to know! Ya the only message I got from the doctor was that "everything looks good"....



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TSH looks a little high. Optimal is sub 1.5



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TSH looks a little high. Optimal is sub 1.5

 

Yeah, somehow I missed that hackergirl is correct. You might want to supplement with some Iodine and selenium.


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