So, you've had covid? Had some or NO Vax? Seems like myocarditis risk is < risk from covid... what does your non-mad-scientist competent doctor think? Assuming you're the best judge of what's medically advisable for you has been shown to be foolish a high percentage of the time.
Vax wasn't available at the time for my demographic in Feb 2021, but I still had to get things done. IIRC, I went to Home Depot to check out replacement shower faucets because someone damaged the original ones in a house. The shower faucet was damaged by excessive twisting and force by a malevolent resident; it was the "Colony" style of faucet made by American Standard.
Given my low-income status, the only thing the doc cares about is if anything is lab-abnormal.
After considerable introspection and review, I can safely say that for approximately 33 years, I was indeed nutritionally insufficient, even if not severely deficient, in:
1. Vitamin E. After looking at all the foods listed on NIH's website as common plentiful sources, I can say I ate basically none of them. So, the only plausible source would be the periodic times I bought protein drinks like Core Power or Muscle Milk
2. Vitamin C. Not a fruit or veg eater. And the times the veggies were eaten, they were heated, thus reducing the amount. Orange juice did enter the house, but it was not a favorite.
3. Vitamin D. A "cave dweller"(that was from Youtube channel DeadSoliderInc) of sorts, I did not get it from the sun and I hated fatty fish.
4. Omega-3s. As stated, I hated fatty fish and did not eat the plant-based type either.
5. The mix of nutrients in cheese, because I basically stopped eating after 5-6 years old due to a vomiting episode that occured after daily consumption of Mac and Cheese.
6. Lack of nutrients present in eggs, because the smell was disgusting and the taste repulsive for the typical factory farmed eggs.
All six have been corrected more or less:
1. I now routinely eat unsalted nut butter once a week or more
2. I eat a sampling of select foods with C, or supplement. Oranges, apples, berries, mollusks, the rare liver
3. Supplementation and some fatty fish like mackerel.
4. Fatty fish.
5. Still a struggle to eat cheeses, but I try.
6. Pasture-raised eggs have none of the repulsive flaws of factory farmed eggs.
Also, vegetable oil consumption did occur more than enough times due to mom's cooking or store-bought cooked cold food; I have no doubt the veggie oil was old and quietly spoiled, though not overtly rancid. The gamma-tocopherol would be associated with decreased lung function. Anything with vegetable oils have essentially been purged from my diet as well.
I may not match the clinical criteria for insulin resistance, but everything in my body has lower thresholds than the sampled people used to establish guidelines. Thus, though my OGTT may be within limits, they are right on the edge of the maximums provided by the lab. Maximums that may be based on people with much larger bodies and thresholds.
The recent news did have one that studied sudden deaths after vaccination in Germany. Performed autopsies on the cadevers. Some were eliminated for other cause unrelated, but a portion of the sample showed some physical features that suggests some bits of mRNA went into the heart tissue.