hi m, I see I missed some details you had sent before LC's post. thanks for those.
alive.com is so so. I just used it for the depletion info b/c it was quick and dirty compared to a bunch of research. usually I would not consider that kind of resource in-depth enough.
for excellent nutrition and nutrient density info I use 'world's healthiest foods' http://www.whfoods.com
for inflammation factor info I use http://www.nutritiondata.com
(you have to go to the detail sheet for each food, use the search tool top right. this site can be a little overwhelming b/c they break things down into such fine detail. try entering 'beef' it's a nightmare. but once you nail down a choice the data is fantastic)
if you want background info on the inflammation factor concept, read here: http://inflammationfactor.com/
there's a decent little blurb about it on nutritiondata toohttp://nutritiondata.self.com/help/inflammation
can't find a link to it specifically, but when you are healthy you aim for an anti-inflammatory daily score of +50. if you have inflammatory illness you aim for an anti-inflammatory daily score of +200.
sounds like you are getting on the right track diet wise. next steps, record everything you eat and drink for three days (if there's any variation day to day, pick two 'work' days and one 'weekend' day), with as much detail as possible, including serving size info.
if you can cajole someone into getting you some nutrition blood work, please do!
here's the big picture from my angle, if I did not already link you up to it regimens-f22/topic2489.html
you will see a little repeat info in there, tons more context though.
my approach: no meds so far - just nutrient-dense anti-inflammatory whole foods, and supplements where needed
info: www.whfoods.com, www.nutritiondata.com