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HF75
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Share health status

#1 Postby HF75 » Fri Dec 20, 2013 8:08 am

When going vegan, people think more about nutrition and health,
some non vegan around the vegans worry too much for them.
I wanted to share my blood test results from today.
I live in Germany (columns: description, normal range, unit, my results).

According to my doctor, I should keep doing whatever I do 'cause I am too healthy!!! :))
He was particularly impressed by the cholesterol level (which doesnt happen so often here)
No anemia, calcium on track (I dont take supplement but I always pick water bottles naturally high in calcium). Sodium (Natrium in German) & Potassium (Kalium in German) on track. Lipid profile (Triglyceride) on the lower side on the range.

Yay!

Share your results people, adequate vegan diet & regular exercise = health
Avoid any food that makes one starve instead of satisfying one's hunger

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Re: Share health status

#2 Postby EdensDemise » Sat Dec 21, 2013 1:31 am

sehr gut mein freund
Respect for nature and innocent life, the end of human over human oppression. A peaceful world can evolve after animal liberation.

HF75
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Re: Share health status

#3 Postby HF75 » Tue Dec 24, 2013 5:55 am

thanks EdensDemise ;)
Avoid any food that makes one starve instead of satisfying one's hunger

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Re: Share health status

#4 Postby ntxplantpowered » Mon Jan 06, 2014 9:00 pm

Is this a typical blood test, about to go have mine done and wanted to make sure i get a complete test. Im not 100% plant based yet, so it will be my "before" test. :)


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