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Liver function tests done. Am I safe?

Hello I am 23 years old Pakistani male the other day i went in for a Liver function test on 19/01/2013 on 2pm (because i want to use Whey protein isolate for amateur use not professional ) I have an athletic body but due to loads of work I can t find reasonable time to hit the gym but recently I have started jogging running and mild gym routine so I wanted to see if my Liver is functioning well to use the supplement without any complications LFT (LIVER FUNCTION TEST) Result(s) NORMAL RANGE Total Bilirubin 0.6 mg/dl 0-10 Direct Bilirubin 0.11 mg/dl 0-0.25 Alkaline Phosphatase 217 u/l 80-270 SGPT 93 u/l 0-43 Gamma GT 41 u/l 10-50 Now I just want know if this is alarming or not ? because I have heard that one should not perform hard physical routine like weightlifting,body building ....Mostly bodybuilders have high SGPT because of muscle fiber breakage and recovery ......
Asked On : Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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thanks for writing in.
Increased intake of protein can cause an increase in BUN and creatinine which are functions of the kidney. A marginal increase in SGPT may not be worrisome at all . However ensure that you gradually increase the duration of work out and not suddenly.
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