hi no worries and merry xmas back atcha
sounds poss a bit low on the calcium side - have you done an assessment on how many mg you get from diet? www.nutritiondata.com
has a very useful calculation tool, FYI
as for the zinc - if you are consuming gluten and/or phytates you can expect a more serious effect on zinc resources than if you minimize such foods, or process to minimize anti-nutrient impacts. of course if you are pregnant ( i joke! ) that's also a major zinc drain.
as for vit d3, sounds good but do be careful - if absorption kicks into high gear you can expect a pretty dramatic jump in the serum levels. stay safe!
magnesium - i don't know how you do it, that much a day using mag oxide. i would melt. but it makes sense that is why your levels aren't so high, due to relatively poor absorption from that form. no chance of finding magnesium glycinate anywhere? as for diet, if you haven't already, you can check this out for good food sources too: http://www.whfoods.com/genpage.php?tnam ... nt&dbid=75
stress will cause a magnesium drain, so do keep up the good work in that dept and see if you can bump up that serum level further, if at all humanly possible.
i am not sure what impacts if any the hookworm regimen might have on absorption and/or bioavailability of supplements, but based on the bloodwork does not seem to be doing any harm! good luck coming off rebif - sorry i cannot offer advice bc i only got as far as receiving the info kit... then i changed my mind and cancelled the appt before the nurse came! good luck going au naturel
hope it's worthwhile for ya! at the very least not having to deal with post-injection sickness will be a plus! take care