ok well picking out the ones i know the most about, here goes:
b12 could stand to be a bit higher..
vit d3 is actually decent, but yes could be a little higher...
hemoglobin is decent...
uric acid is okay, maybe a smidge to the high side (odd.. links to the high creatinine level?).
your magnesium should be higher.
zinc is deficient by WHO standards. you want to be much much further up the normal range.
targets for each of these are all provided at regimens-f22/topic2489.html#p15460
scroll down to the bloodwork section.
i did a quick bit of work to try and get some useful units conversion info in there. it's a bit untidy but i don't have a lot of time on my hands!
did they say anything about the elevated creatinine? http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/creati ... ON=results
"Generally, a high serum creatinine level means that your kidneys aren't working well. Your creatinine level may temporarily increase if you're dehydrated, have a low blood volume, eat a large amount of meat or take certain medications. The dietary supplement creatine can have the same effect."
any dietary reason for zinc deficiency that you can think of? possible renal connection where zinc deficiency is concerned also, given the uric acid and creatinine situation.. i am not sure if zinc supplementation will correct, b/c i would have expected the uric acid levels to be lower than they are... kidney nutrition is one subject i have found tough to study..
ordinarily i would expect supplementing zinc to help elevate b12 and vit d3 BUT with this kidney question in the mix it's hard to say. i don't think zinc supplementation is contraindicated in renal insufficiency. hard to say anything re causality at the moment. probably worth a chat with the doc. it'd be interesting to try a short term course of supplementation (100mg per day for one month), then retest serum zinc, uric acid, and creatinine, to see what happens. plus any other kidney function tests they think might be worthwhile. hard to comment on the eGFR result.. not sure exactly how that gets calculated.
hope that helps! if you have any questions about the targets listed on the regimen post i linked to., just say
my approach: no meds so far - just nutrient-dense anti-inflammatory whole foods, and supplements where needed
info: www.whfoods.com, www.nutritiondata.com