This is being used within a blog article, however, I want to primp it up for use in a more public and professional platform. My intrigue pertains to grammar and punctuation of the listed items in the second line of the sentence below.
For instance, there might be a time where inventory might result in
Head: 3, Heart: 8, and Body: 10.
This sentence follows an image that provides a scale of physiological capability per body part of the head, heart, and body. This sentence is also fitted within a paragraph. The numbers reference the image's scale of a one to ten spectrum, so the number's mention here does not need mention of reference to the scale within this sentence.
My question: can this sentence be structured with colons as is, or would other punctuation be most fitting here? Comments on styling this are welcome.