heya no worries
there's a circadian rhythm to b12. levels are not typically high in the morning. what that means for timing supplements I am not exactly sure, but I would tend to favour taking a supplement, especially a sublingual one, at times when levels are meant to be naturally higher. that's the only reason I brought it up.
so. it is possible there's not enough zinc in the mix, if you have gluten in there too. could be linked to your difficulties getting d3 levels up. bloodwork, yay!
how am I impatient? what did I *just say* about when your results get back??! silly!
I will keep an eye out for results
and, thanks. I am ZONKED. but, the show must go on. in the final stretch now.. one last big crazy week then it will settle down a little. whew!
my approach: no meds so far - just nutrient-dense anti-inflammatory whole foods, and supplements where needed
info: www.whfoods.com, www.nutritiondata.com