theresa i'm afraid i can't say if you have ms or not - all i can do is advise on your nutritional regimen and testing.
all right well to start with that is a good looking regimen. here are my thoughts/comments
is your zinc balanced with any copper content? is there zinc and copper in your multi, and if so, how much?
you mentioned loose stools - what form of magnesium are you taking? i have a sneaking suspicion you're not taking a form that absorbs well. if you've had loose stools for a long time there could be impacts on absorption for other nutrients too.
how do you time all these nutritional supplements? can you give me an idea of how you would typically group them? do you take a few with each meal? if so, which ones with which meal? being aware of interactions will also be key to optimizing absorption.
your diet sounds very good, although not sure why you don't eat til 1pm? i personally don't avoid gluten (eg i had no gluten grains today until i got a sub for dinner) and it means i have to take more zinc to compensate. that greens shake and your juicing sound amazing. nice. have you ever heard of food inflammation factors? if not, i'll fire you some links to meals of mine that i worked out the rating for. could turn out to be a useful exercise for you too.
congrats on the weight loss! must feel great.
now as for all these meds, yikes. i don't have time to go over all of this right now, but i would expect there to be the odd nutrient depletion issue in there (with the exception of folic acid, since that's vitamin b9).
i'll look for your replies to my questions, and then we'll see if my suspicions are confirmed. if i'm right, a few tweaks might be in order. take care
my approach: no meds so far - just nutrient-dense anti-inflammatory whole foods, and supplements where needed
info: www.whfoods.com, www.nutritiondata.com