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Blood Test #3 in 2022: Supplements, Diet

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#1 Michael Lustgarten

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Posted 05 June 2022 - 11:24 AM


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#2 Cloomis

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Posted 07 June 2022 - 11:16 AM

Nice video. Impressive that you breakdown the correlation for each element of your diet.

 

A 2018 study of healthy habits for life showed exercise has about twice the impact of a healthy diet. Do you track your exercise and look at how that impacts your tests?


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#3 Michael Lustgarten

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Posted 12 June 2022 - 11:20 AM

Nice video. Impressive that you breakdown the correlation for each element of your diet.

 

A 2018 study of healthy habits for life showed exercise has about twice the impact of a healthy diet. Do you track your exercise and look at how that impacts your tests?

 

Thanks Cloomis, I do regular exercise, including strength, cardio, flexibility, mobility, and balance training. In terms of data, here's an example of fitness tracking (CV metrics):



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Posted 12 June 2022 - 12:20 PM

I am having a big problem with testing delays at the moment, but otherwise I am finding weekly blood tests a useful process.  I change my protocol each week and it enables identifying links between protocols and biomarkers.  For example I now have a formula I can used to predict changes in 25OHD serum levels based upon Cholecalciferol and Calcifediol (25OHD) taken during the week.    I am expecting this to vary depending on serum 25OHD levels.

 

I am putting in experiments targeted on specific biomarkers.  I am also doing quite weird things to my metabolism so I need to see that I am not doing any harm (no evidence of that so far).

 

I have also now managed to get CRP down below 0.3 mg/L.  That's a bit of a nuisance because it is now below the minimum on the high sensitivity CRP test.

 


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#5 Cloomis

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Posted 13 June 2022 - 12:30 AM

Thanks for sharing your exercise benchmarks. Meticulous work you do!

 

Do you have a post or video that details your exercise routines?

 

Thanks,


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#6 Michael Lustgarten

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Posted 14 June 2022 - 09:05 PM

Thanks for sharing your exercise benchmarks. Meticulous work you do!

 

Do you have a post or video that details your exercise routines?

 

Thanks,

 

Not yet. Video for the whole routine is on the to-do list, but I do the workouts in a small apartment, and I need to get the camera and lighting set up properly, otherwise it won't be good quality.



#7 Cloomis

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Posted 15 June 2022 - 01:08 AM

Great. Looking forward to seeing the video of your workout environment!


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