In spite of the diet I have practiced for well over 3 years now (which I’ll discuss in a moment), I’ve never been very interested in getting blood work done. My thinking has always been, why should I care about results that even the people taking or requesting them don’t understand.
Point blank: if a health practitioner does not truly understand what the results mean, or even what influences them up/down/left/right or center, why is the test even worth getting in the first place?
Not to mention, I was absent an actual problem that would motivate me to have these tests done. I’m 23 years old and in observably perfect health, with the exception of a damaged left knee (traumatic injury/high school football).
Anyway, after Keith decided to get his blood work done, my curiosity was peaked, and I decided I would at some point soon get the blood work done, at the very least to make an interesting blog post or…