Is there a nurse or dietitian out there? (Question Re: Triglycerides)
Question for you: I had a recent blood test that measured a bunch of stuff. My Tryglycerides level was 165 and considered "borderline," although my LDL (bad cholesterol) at 66 was considered in the normal range and my HDL (good cholesterol) at 3.4 was considered in the normal range. How can this be? Aren't they intertwined somehow? (Maybe I'm just misunderstanding this whole thing.)
Also, I'm pretty excited that as a "pescetarian" my protein and iron levels are EXCELLENT...without the use of red meat or pork or chicken/turkey.
My calcium level is slightly low, as well as my Vitamin D levels. But I live near Canada, so I figured this time of year my Vitamin D would be lower than normal.
But my potassium levels and sodium levels are great.
I could stand to exercise a few more days per week, but I'm too busy.