Just had a blood test done and my GP said I have elevated liver enzymes. I'm 19 and relatively healthy I would like to think. I am 5'11, about 210 lbs and just to give you an idea on my muscle size, I am currently benching sets of 225 as the brunt of my workout on chest/tris day (never maxed out before). I used to be a long distance runner back in the day (under 5 minute mile) but I got sick of it so I quit cross country and track and started lifting weights ever since. Been lifting for about 2 years now. I have never done steroids and don't plan on doing any kind of cycle until I get my pharm D. when I am about 26.
My daily supplement regime:
20g of Kirkland fish oil spread throughout the day.
Mega Men Sport multivitamin(running low, anyone have any suggestions for a better/cheaper multi?)
2.5g choline citrate
Currently cycling Alpha Male and TRIBEX
100g of Cytosport 100% whey protein
I also take a 200mg caffeine pill a couple times a week on slow mornings.
Now my question is: Can resveratrol somehow be affecting my liver enzymes? I just finished reading this article: www.livestrong.com/article/234321-pros-and-cons-of-resveratrol/
If resveratrol isn't the reason my liver enzymes are out of whack then I have no idea what could be causing it. My GP wants me to come back and get more blood tests/sonograms.