I've just had a routine test and it came out that my glycine and alanine levels are very high. I have not experienced anything unusual, i mean no symptoms, or anything.
I tried to look up some infos on the net, but i only found articles about how good is glycine for health and that high glycine can be a sign of Nonketotic Hyperglycinemia. I've checked the symptoms of that, but none of them is present. Also i am 35 years old and my last results of these amino acids were perfectly normal in 2018, so if i would have NKH, then that would already came out, would not it?
However i also found, that the body can make glycine from sugar. Recently - because of my stomach - i ate almost only rice and bread. (For a few weeks.) So, i might have been eating too much carbs. (I gained some weight, but i'm not overweighted; 190 cm and 84 kg.) Can this be the cause?
My results are here on an image; at the second rightmost column my last results from 2018 can be seen.
Can anyone advise me about this? What to test, who to seek...what can be this?
Thanks in advance.