I am using an anonymous account since I prefer not to post personal health information online.
For some context, I am a long time soylent user who very much likes the product and company. I was an initial crowd funder and I have remained with the product since then using every version except 1.1. Most recently I have been consuming 2.0 very happily. I have been consuming between 50-75% soylent (initially powder then pre-mixed liquid) for at least the past year. I recently had a WellnessFX “Performance” blood panel performed and I was concerned with the results.
My situation is somewhat complicated since (a) I don’t consume a Soylent only diet and (b) I have no previous blood panel from which to infer changes. Also, I am a vegetarian (with the exception of some of the oil bottles in the old powdered versions of soylent) meaning that I do not eat meat or seafood but that I do eat eggs and dairy products. I am a 35 year old male who is ~6’ tall and ~195 lbs.
I am interested in community feedback for (a) how to improve my problematic results and (b) if other soylent users have seen similar concerning blood panel results.
My high risk areas are:
3.2 Triglycerides to HDL Ratio (>=3 high risk)
87 mg/dL Apo B (>=80 high risk)
56 nmol/L SHBG (>=51 high risk)
3.2 mg/dL Bilirubin (>=1.3 high risk)
30 mmol/L CO2 (>=30 high risk)
106 x10E3/μL Platelet Count (<155 high risk)
13.5 fL Mean Platelet Volume (>=11.6 high risk)
3.3 x10E3/μL White Blood Cell Count (<3.8 high risk)
The other 63 measurements were in the “low risk” ranges.
Any pointers for how to improve my risk areas are appreciated. Ideally, I would like to remain on a mostly Soylent diet. Would moving to 100% Soylent (and hence removing some of the junk food that I eat) help?