Jill’s Wake-Up call
Jill was 52 and a nonsmoker. Her lab test results were normal by traditional observation. Height, weight, and blood pressure were all good. Most blood and urine test markers fell within normal ranges. Individual cholesterol and LDL (low-density lipoprotein) values were slightly elevated, but her ratios were fine, and GGT (Gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase) was the only other marker that fell outside the normal reference range. Jill was pleased, and most physicians would generally consider such results to be well above average.
However, Jill’s myLQXpectation calculated her life expectancy to be 12 years shorter than the Population Median. A review of her myLQFactors report indicated that the combined Protein, Albumin and Globulin effect was a major factor in decreasing her expected lifespan. The combined AST (Aspartate aminotransaminase) and ALT (Alanine aminotransaminase) effect was also a big factor contributing to her shorter-than-average lifespan.
Tragically, Jill passed away even sooner than projected.
Traditional Review: Very good health
myLQRank: 23rd percentile
myLQXpectation: Age 71.76
Population Median: Age 83.80