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Low blood protein levels

rotinaj

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I’ve searched around the internet and have not found any real cause my new recent bloods.
My blood protein levels are at the low mark.
I tested 6.2g/dl when the Reference Range: 6.3 - 8.0g…
I read low levels can be a sign of malnutrition or illness however I feel well and I consume 300-350g protein a day from whole food sources. Normally kidney/liver issues would cause this to be higher not lower, and my levels for them were within normal.



For reference I’m 6’1 220lb 9% running 200 test/400 deca/500eq currently maintaining on 3800 calories.
Any advice or experiences are appreciated
 

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It's still very close to reference. I wouldn't be worried about it. Maybe just an "off" day?
Do a follow up test and see what you get.

Stomach issues, such as candida, can affect nutrient absorbtion.
 

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