I’m not sure Vitamin B12/folate/iron/ferritin, GGT/PT, hormone levels/cardiac markers/pancreatic/autoimmune/allergy/cancer markers/BLL are needed or where the significant utility is, can you elaborate?
Personally, Vitamin D assays can vary too much, individual can vary, seems unnecessary to do beyond a few times at best (as optimally as possible with the “right” assay) to get it between 30-40 ng/dL.
Lp(a) one-time at best for cost-effectiveness unless suspect erroneous results. ApoB can sub for standard lipid panel and vice versa. Not sure I’d test CRP/ESR/TNF-a/IL-6 vs hs-CRP only (I’d retest 2 weeks if suspect erroneous results personally). Maybe fasting glucose as opposed to fasting insulin + glucose. Frankly, I’d be more concerned for false positives esp autoimmune tests.
I’d be more into testing fasting IGF-1 and lean body mass via DEXA (preferably with good visceral fat estimates).
After creating the list, I think a lot of it is overkill.