Thinking on this further, there is of course the possibility that I DO lack the ability to properly metabolize glycerol! It is readily absorbed, and if not broken down quickly, it would likely build up over time, as to mimic a large dose. No way for me to find out, unfortunately, as would require much testing at my expense. Still, if I can raise/lower TG test levels at will by vaping VG or PG selectively, I will know where the problem lies, and can skirt the issue by avoidance on testing days. Not that I look forward to an all PG mix,forever, as it is indeed not as satisfying as a thick VG vape.Lack of the enzyme is not the issue, That is a cause for glycerol levels to be high. So might be vaping glycerol.
Did I mention in my post anything about 3-5 ml consumption? My consumption was far higher when I had that test, assuredly. I don't think I have ever done 30 in a day, but I do low nicotine, so use more VG/PG than average, probably. Yes, I was hammering the vape pretty good, as the doctor visits are not for routine checkup, and I was apprehensive at the time about outcomes. I have used several 2ml tanks since I posted this, so it varies. I have more tests in the AM, so I am laying here wide awake instead of sleeping!
The links provided were to show that indeed elevated glycerol levels DO cause false high TG readings, and since the LDL is computed from the TG level, that is wrong, as well. Which is what seems(as I originally qualified) to have happened to me. There is no reason to jump in with an opinion, as I only presented what happened to me, in a factual manner, and with supporting documentation to explain.