Carnivore diet blood test results are few and far between. Especially long term. Not that one year on the carnivore diet is long term, but it is something.
I wish I had taken a blood test before going carnivore, but I will take additional ones after this one. The reason why I never took one is because…well…I had not clue eating zero carb would lead me this far.
For the record, I am forty years old, 175lbs and almost 6 feet tall. I took my blood test after an 18 hour fast, and unfortunately, it turns out I was battling some kind of an infection/cold, as the symptoms thereof surfaced the next day after the test. I’m also dealing with some inflammation from an injury, another factor that must be considered here.
Not surprisingly, my LDL cholesterol is “high”. And? In light of my VLDL and triglycerides being low, while my HDL being high, I’m not worried about it.
Something that may be of concern, is my C-reactive protein level of 2.5. But, at this point, it cannot be considered chronic inflammation, even though the level isn’t high technically, as it is likely related to my infection and/or injury.
Last thing to keep in mind that a blood test is just a snapshot in time and not an indicator of any chronic condition. Thus, there will be a follow-up test, maybe with some other markers, if any of you watching are interested.
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