heya! okay great this is lots of useful info
get your zinc up to 120 and your iron up to 80. you'll need to take both, daily. find a zinc supplement that includes copper (eg solaray copper zinc - has 50mg zinc 2mg copper), so that you don't have to worry about bringing your good copper level down.
working on zinc should help with your vit A
doc measured the wrong vit d3 metabolite. you need to test 25(OH)vitaminD3 and the units should be ng/ml.
keep it in the back of your mind that your 1,25(OH)2vitaminD3 is on the high side, but don't freak out over it. get the right d3 test and then you can decide what needs to happen there.
HA - just got your update as I tried to post. 37 x 2.496 = 92 nmol/L, not bad not bad! nothing to freak about. what's the lab's posted range on that one? either way, it is NOT HIGH. you're fine
copper level is nice, well done!
get magnesium up to 2.7 - increase mag dense foods and for supplements, choose magnesium glycinate.
b12 should be minimum 500 so that needs some work. salmon is a good food source. methylcobalamin is a preferred supplement form. you can retest b12 and Hcy next time to evaluate effects.
send me a 3 day food fluid diary and we'll look for ways to boost dietary vit/min density.
eat your eggs!!! I had a family member who tested positive for all kinds of 'allergies' before I took on their nutrient programme. afterwards, NO ALLERGY FINDINGS.
i know where you're coming from re preferring organic - but NEVER opt for no food over non-organic whole food. been there, done that. it's not worth it. you come first.
my approach: no meds so far - just nutrient-dense anti-inflammatory whole foods, and supplements where needed
info: www.whfoods.com, www.nutritiondata.com