(Nutreval screenshots below) I got my nutreval results back a while ago and i'd really love to hear from some expert members. The value of knowledge shared on this board is unbelievable. I've learned more in one month by reading topics than from 10 years of consultations with socalled doctors in the Netherlands. Your comments on my nutreval results are therefore highly appreciated! Cognitive: Brain fog Depersonalization feeling Memory loss Speech impairment Physical: Muscle wasting Inability to gain weight Fatigue after exercise (especially the next day) Various gut problems Gynecomastia (Complete male hormones by genova diagnostics shows my hormones are way out of balance but estrogens are low!?) Shortness of breath, i often wake up at night having difficulty breathing Deteriorating eyesight / night blindness Nutreval results (I didn't take any supplements or medication at the time of testing) Krebs: Pyruvic acid kinda high but not extremely elevated Low succinic acid (none found) High Adipic acid (fat oxidation) High Suberic acid(fat oxidation) Toxins: High Alpha hydroxyisobutyric acid (2-HIBA) (MBTE) REPRESENTATIVENESS INDEX Low glutamine to high glutamate ratio Amino acids: Most borderline low except γ-Aminobutyric Acid (GABA) and Taurine and Glutamic acid which is high Low Valine Low Alanine Low cystine Low Glycine Low Ethanolamine Low proline High glutamic acid High taurine (compared to other amino acids) Glycine markers: Low Ethanolamine Low Phosphoserine Dietary peptides: Low Anserine Urea cycle markers: Low urea Low Ornithine Intermediatery metabolites: Low Cystathionine Fatty acids: High Linoleic acid Low DGLA low DGLA/arachidonic acid ratio Low Arachidonic acid (AA) High oleic acid High linoleic/DGLA ratio ratio Low Docosatetraenoic (DCA) Most saturated fats are borderline low Delta - 6 Desaturase Activity = IMPAIRED Metals etc: High mercury Low copper Low Zinc Most of the other markers are kinda borderline low or borderline high or close to being it. You'll need to take a look at the screenshots below to have a better understanding of it.