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Lab results interpretation

Discussion in 'Optimal Labs' started by WarrenT, Oct 2, 2018.

  1. WarrenT

    WarrenT Silver

    I would love any help in interpreting my numbers.

    Not a true baseline bc I have a couple of weeks really trying to get more sun and seafood.

    I have some work to do in all areas of light, water, and magnetism. What is my biggest weakness and what do you think could have the biggest impact?

    Thank you in advance!!!

    74 in., 211 lbs., 19% body fat
    I live at the 38th parallel; 30 ft elevation.

    23 and me:
    Maternal haplogroup = H5a

    Homozygous variant phenotypes:
    COMT V158M , COMT H62H, MAO A R297R, CBS, MAOB, SOD3
    Mitochondrial function:
    COX6C, NDUFS7(rs1142530 & rs2332496)

    CRP-cardiac = 0.54
    Vit D = 42.9
    DHEA = 266.4
    BUN/Creatinine = 14:1
    Fasting glucose = 99
    Triglycerides = 202
    HDL = 80
    Total chol/HDL = 2.5
    SHBG = 61.2
    IGF-1 = 146
    Estradiol = 20.4
    T3 free = 3.5
    Free testosterone = 12.3 (7.2 - 24)
    TSH = 1.35 (0.5 - 1.0)
    Pregnenolone = 34
    Progesterone = 0.1 (0 - 0.5)
    Cortisol: AM = 6.7 PM = 5.6
    Leptin = 5.2 (BMI = 27, range = 1.6 - 14.9)
  2. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    74 in., 211 lbs.,
    Look at the table for the proper weight.

    Take $28 and do
    Insulin Fasting Blood Test
    Test #004333
    If you have anything over 5
    that would be a serious warning.

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  3. WarrenT

    WarrenT Silver

    Thank you JanSz! I'll look into getting that test done. You highlighted a couple of different results and I was curious what you think would be some "must-dos" for me. I'm pretty consistent with getting AM sun, at least 5K IU of D/day, eating sardines or smoked oysters daily, 50% blockers during daily IT work, 100% blockers at night. I sleep on grounding mat and shut down wifi and other radiating devices at night. I'm starting to do facial CTs in the evenings. I haven't completely moved to paleo diet yet. In a few weeks, I feel my clothes fitting differently even though my weight and %body fat have plateaued. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
  4. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    You are in luck.
    There is a new (for me) trick when trying to loose weight.
    Additionally, using it will lower your body's overall deuterium content
    which will result in you body producing more energy
    and that energy will be used to make repairs in places that need it.

    Drink minimal amounts of water, eat and drink fat.
    Details below.

    No matter what you do Sun is a king. (unless you are in places where you have to eat blubber)

  5. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Those labs all say my redox is lower than it should be.

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