So my labs came back, and some things are not good. Cholesterol is 205, triglycerides at 410. Glucose at 102, which isn't good considering I hadn't eaten in 12 hours.
Reading up on what the numbers mean (and yes, I'm going to talk to the doctor too), it would appear that it's not so much my fat intake that's a problem, but rather all of the straight sugar and grain. It also appears that it's "simple" to correct by eating more green veggies (that's no shock) and getting off my ass now and then.
And hey, the motivation to do so is good enough. These particular numbers lead to heart disease, stroke, heart attacks and diabetes. None of those are particularly good for you.
I'm a little freaked out, though I shouldn't really be surprised. I just feel like the normal rules shouldn't apply to me. Still, in trying to keep perspective, everything else is quite normal and I don't appear to have any serious damage to my body yet.
Growing up can really suck sometimes.