What connection does this have to Huel? Have you been consuming mostly Huel since your February blood test? How did you lose the weight?
Having had a quick look, your liver function tests look good, and certainly improved from February. Your ALT level has dropped a fair amount, which is a good thing and your current levels indicate a pretty healthy liver.
Thanks @Huelgasm. Yes I’ve posted a lot on here about my battle with diabetes using Huel, I’d say 90% hacked Huel for lo carb version for the first 2 months then about 50% hacked Huel with an evening meal of lo carb high fat, salads,
Meat and cheeses sort of thing. Though the weight loss slowed right down when I changed to an evening meal, it’s more sustainable
The app seems to be a third party thing that links to your GP and medical records. Apparently 1 in 4 UK GPs support it. So the app wouldn’t be directly linked to the blood test as such. The results of the blood test, I assume, are just one of the details in his medical records.
I’d also like to know more about their experience of this because I didn’t know it existed in the UK.
I should say well done to the people here turning their health around. Really impressive. There is some diabetes in my family so I’m hoping they might be interested and they can benefit like the people here have.
Pretty standard biochemistry results with nothing to worry about. I’d even argue the results from 2016 were nothing to worry about. mild elevations of ALT are quite common and are usually transient due to acute viral illness or you might have had a heavy drinking night a few days before
Being diagnosed with diabetes you want to be keeping an eye on your kidney function and lipids (full profile not just total cholesterol). These will be more important than your liver tests at the early stages of diabetes. Your doctor will of course will monitor these along monitor other biochemistry such as HbA1c, urine microalbumin, eGFR etc.