A bit of a contentious issue at times, but trying to make sense of blood test results, I don't find easy. Even having read the BLT paper on the subject, even this doesn't explain how each result ties in with each other.
Cutting a little ng story short, I have had 3 tests over the last 4 months following on from those 12 months ago. In that time, Bilirubin has fallen from 15 to 8, ALP from 123 to 81, AST from 42 to 34, ALT risen slightly from 35 to 41, Total Protein from 82 to 74, with Albumin rising from 39 to 48, and Globulin falling from 43 to 26. All well within range, as indeed all others to ncluding cholesterol (4.3).. The only raised item is GGT, standing at 183, but even that has fallen from 237 last year, and has fallen with each test.
In my naive mind, these appear positive, as the bad ones have fallen, and the good risen, and have been consistently. However, you then read that in fact blood tests don't actually have any bearing on liver health. So I suppose the question is, what is the point of them?
Apologies to the BLT for posting results.