hi there, sounds good. see if you can get your own copy of the results. the docs will just tell you everything's 'normal' as if that is supposed to be good enough!
glad you liked the ortho stuff
if you like, fire a 3 day diet diary past me - i can make sure you're hitting all the right nutrients with your wahls/paleo approach.
i take 50mg zinc citrate (balanced with 2mg copper, to prevent copper depletion).
that provides 15mg elemental zinc. you can take up to 2 a day of those. i usually just do one. if you're low, you should take two a day until you're up in the top of the normal range. then drop back to one.
selenium has also been shown to be low in ms. good antioxidant too. it's also a sweet antiviral
as for vitamin e, that is a throwback to the klenner protocol for ms. here's what that protocol has to say about vitamin e:
"Complex biochemical changes in the muscle tissue in chronic vitamin E deficiency are followed by histalogical lesions characteristic of muscular dystrophy. Deficiency has also been shown to produce demyelinization and distortion of the axon pattern in the spinal cord, giving rise to hypalgesia and progressive paresis. Fatal massive liver necrosis occurs in animals maintained on diets low in vitamin E and sulfur-containing amino acids..."
i take a multivitamin/multimineral pill. it's one you're supposed to take three times a day, with meals. it's not your standard 'one-a-day' kind of thing. mine's a high potency product.
hope that helps!
my approach: no meds so far - just nutrient-dense anti-inflammatory whole foods, and supplements where needed
info: www.whfoods.com, www.nutritiondata.com