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Old 07-08-2013, 09:37 PM   #961
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I just had a health screening done to switch up my life insurance. I received the results in the mail & everything was normal except globulin levels. Has anyone ever heard of that? Normal is 2.1 - 2.8 & mine was 2.0. Dr Google tells me that it could be a number of things. (malnutrition, liver disease, kidney disorder, cancer....) I've made an appointment to talk to my doc about it, but that's a few weeks away.

I'm posting this here because I wonder if it might have something to do with my workout routine. I've been working out really hard lately & I'm probably not getting enough rest. (I've been getting quite exhausted lately) It's also got me wondering about my diet. My typical day is:

Breakfast - Cliff bar & coffee. (I make eggs if I have time, but that usually doesn't happen)

Lunch - I work out over lunch so I usually just have a protein shake & another Cliff bar.

Dinner - Meat & a lot of veggies.

Snacks - Throughout the day I snack on apples, almonds, and maybe another cliff bar.

Drinks - I drink coffee in the morning, but I just drink water after that. (unless I'm having some beers in the evening)

Have any of you ever had any experience with this at all? I was kinda hoping it was a common thing for really active people. I've never even heard of globulin & it's got me a little freaked out.
Most likely not the cause but drop the cliff bars. They are not good for any male to be eating. Soy is bad.
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