ugh i just lost a response. stupid favourites >:(
anyway IMHO D3 120 is pretty good. i wouldn't stress over attaining 150, nice spot is 125-150.
fave conversion factor site:
http://www.unc.edu/~rowlett/units/scale ... _data.html
uric acid conversion factor:
Uric acid mg/dL 59.48 µmol/L
so let's say your result is mg/dL or g/L, multiply by 60 to ballpark your uric acid result in numbers i'd recognize... 4x60=240. you come in just under. that's the ms remission average. 194 is overall average. 160s is relapse average. healthy controls average in the 290s so you have a nice target to shoot for!
zinc conversion factor:
Zinc µg/dL 0.153 µmoI/L
zinc 59. if your level is in ug/dL then 59x0.153=9 umol/L. so that's low. aim for high teens. watch to see if resolving zinc helps address your uric acid numbers.
ferritin conversion factor:
Ferritin ng/mL 2.247 pmol/L
16 x 2.247 = ~36 pmol/L.
it seems to me that whether your ferritin units started as pmol/L or got converted to pmol/L, you are deficient either way.
not the easiest thing to address simultaneous zinc and iron issues because they compete with each other for absorption. should be doable to carefully supplement both and see a slow improvement.
as for the IgG..
...postnatally zinc deprived mice experienced... a variety of immune parameters.. altered.. including.. highly aberrant serum immunoglobulin profile (elevated levels of IgG...)
my approach: no meds so far - just nutrient-dense anti-inflammatory whole foods, and supplements where needed
info: www.whfoods.com, www.nutritiondata.com