hi again, all right once the zinc issue is addressed, that level of d3 intake might be trouble.
sample balanced zinc-copper product: http://www.naturalhealth4life.co.uk/sho ... per-aac-60
also, it's very important to take magnesium with d3 (some actually at the same time as the d3, some separate). dietary sources first, high quality supplements to make up the balance of the daily intake. this product looks pretty awesome (mag glycinate is my fave form to date for best absorption and fewest side effects): http://www.amazon.co.uk/Natures-Answer- ... B004FTYVAC
there's a little mag in the maximol product, but not enough (apparently) to make it specifically onto the supplement facts breakdown:http://images.neways.com/netsteps/Archi ... -00-49.PDF
re revenol, it looks basically good but the form of vit e is synthetic. dl-alpha tocopherol. luckily it's only 10 IU so i wouldn't worry about it too much. if you get into higher doses in future, ensure that you use natural source natural ratio E8 complex (taking too much isolated alpha tocopherol (on the order of 400 IU/d if memory serves) drives down the rest of the vit E ratio in your body, and as a result has actually increased cancer risk in certain studies).http://images.neways.com/netsteps/Archi ... -51-53.PDF
just as an aside/fyi, the trusty old 'klenner' protocol for ms (a megadose therapy for short term use) recommends 800IU vit E four times per day for a grand total of 3200 IU per day! the protocol was designed before researchers realized that isolated vit e could be harmful, so where klenner recommends "alpha tocopherol acetate or d-alpha tocopherol acid succinate. The latter is more practical since it is a pure form..." i would substitute natural ratio E8 complex. his protocol also predates what we know now about vit d3, so you have to take klenner's advice with a grain of up-to-date salt
i also had a look at the vit E in that omega 3 product - looks like that one is not synthetic, but it's still d-alpha tocopherol, not a complex of 4 tocopherols and 4 tocotrienols. again the amount is low so not a huge concern. another 14 IU or thereabouts. http://images.neways.com/netsteps/Archi ... -29-28.PDF
1/4c sunflower seeds (~12mg/18IU) or almonds (~9mg/13IU) can provide a great dietary natural ratio boost to daily vit e intake. swiss chard and spinach (boiled 3 min, 1c serving) each provide a few mgs but with fewer calories involved.
my approach: no meds so far - just nutrient-dense anti-inflammatory whole foods, and supplements where needed
info: www.whfoods.com, www.nutritiondata.com