(((Kit))) Not awful news at all; at least you know where you stand and already have a plan in place to improve things. Even better, you genetically know WHY various levels are slightly off. That's huge in terms of addressing it.
Out of curiosity, what Vitamin D level would your doctor like you to target? Re, the herpes virus, did you see Dr. Itzhaki's recent paper detailing how detrimental HSV-1 can be to E4s? She's exploring even more radical approaches than anti-virals, including IVIG therapy. Here's full-text: Herpes simplex virus type 1 and Alzheimer’s disease: increasing evidence for a major role of the virushttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4128394/
Do red meat eaters have higher homocysteine? I know vegetarians tend to have higher levels but I didn't realize red meat contributed as well. I was thinking that red meat, eggs, etc were rich in choline and would REDUCE homocysteine. Since I've cut out red meat (a la Dr. Grundy) I've been worried my levels would creep up... I wonder if the higher liver enzymes are a result of this too? Do you eat eggs? Supplement with choline? Have you checked your PEMT pathway?
Lastly, I wouldn't be overly worried about your A1c. I think your PPBG is probably more accurate. You're very bright and will have levels where you want them in no time...and will most likely teach us in the process
Asia, yay on both counts- lower glucose and not fainting!!! You need to teach my 6' 2" son that last trick. He's too big for me to catch. He faints every time