heya scoobs, they tested the wrong d, you want to know 25, not 1,25.
frickin d, eh, they need some different language to describe a vitamin with that many different forms and three different metabolites of just one of those forms! sheesh!
anyway your body regulates serum 1,25 levels too tightly for it to be a useful test of d availability. they did that to me too at one point, gave me that test and it was a real drama, me going in circles explaining to 2 docs, to get it fixed. also you're aiming for the 100-150 range for the 25 d3, and the units for that are nmol/L i believe.
your units for uric acid are not the same as mine, what units are on your results? here's what i've got for a units conversion:
Uric acid mg/dL = 59.48 µmol/L
http://www.unc.edu/~rowlett/units/scale ... _data.html
so assuming your results are in mg/dL, and in my language the "ms average" is 194, that would be 3.26 in your units. the optimal number is 290 or 4.88 in your units. so sounds like you can start eating more pate, and steak&kidney pie (mmm tastes like urine)! or take some inosine
sorry can't help you with the liver function stuff, i stay away from CRABs so far!