My fasting blood glucose level was 5.6 mmol/L, or 100 mg/dL, on July 6, 2021, and October 5, 2021. This level is at the American Diabetes Association’s lower limit for diagnosing impaired fasting glucose.
With diet modification, moderate exercise, and liver supplements over the past three months, my liver enzymes are back to normal.
In July 2021, my fasting sugar level was borderline, some liver enzymes were slightly high, and I had put on 3.5 kg in weight.
In June 2021, I failed to reach my goal of completing nine hours of running or rowing at moderate intensity in the final four days of the month. Nevertheless, I learned several things from the attempt, which will probably improve my exercise performance.
My last three pairs of Brooks Adrenaline GTS (versions 16, 18, and 19) and the current pair (version 21).
The desktop setup in my home office includes a Kinesis Model 100 contoured keyboard.
I suffered a clinical relapse of ulcerative colitis in January 2021.
I sprained my back from an excessive exercise routine in early October 2020.
My blood count, erythrocyte sedimentation rate, and C-reactive protein were normal on October 21, 2020.
I had a mildly raised PSA level in April 2020. However, it was within normal limits in June and has remained so in October.