Dav, if you say you are that healthy, then how do you know what your blood readings are? Most people don't go to a doctor unless they feel ill in some ways and then all sorts of test are done including Endocrine for male more so. Unless you are a lab tech yourself and know what your blood results are. Doctors here in Alberta don't send you for your blood work unless you are feeling ill. Doctors don't waste time sending you for those blood work when you are that healthy.
We have the rights to know what our results are, can even ask your doctor for your medical report files and keep track of all your medical history. When I go to see my doctor, he shows me the readings because it is much easier for him to communicate with me because of his strong accent, I see my readings all the time when I see my doctor. I could ask for my medical files from him but for what reason? He shows them to me so I don't need to ask for the files.
Your A1c shouldn't be any higher than 60% as that test for diabetes is the most important test.
BTW your cholesterol can go up even if you do exercise and this why you have to monitor your health with the help of your medical team, you could end up with an aneurysm of 3 cm which is a warning flag, nothing can be done, but if it reach 5 cm, then you can go for a endovascular surgery otherwise it will keep blowing up like a balloon and burst your vessels and end up dead fast with minimal pain.