hi there mr, just saw this. sorry to hear you've been suffering with the flu. boooo!
as for your regimen,
*multivit and multimineral, great.
*fish oil, great, evening primrose, sure why not!
*zinc 15mg might be a tad on the low side, esp if you're getting infections.. zinc is antiviral and antibacterial.
*magnesium - good, maybe a touch low. i know it's rough trying to supplement magnesium. are you eating plenty of high magnesium foods? also epsom salts baths can help top you up.
*inosine, i don't believe is worth spending money on. i normalized my serum uric acid by optimizing my zinc status. your body needs zinc way more than it needs inosine.
*vitamin D, i imagine it must be D3 right? dosage looks pretty good.
*b-complex also good. don't take any more than a b100-complex each day in the long term. klenner protocol uses tons but it's not a good idea to do it for months or years
you may want to consider adding vitamin E, C, and selenium to your regimen. especially in view of your recent infection.
if you want to do the vit E with diet, 1/4 c raw sunflower seeds each day is a great start. sunflower seed butter might be something to try..
best supplementary form of vit E that i've seen to date is natural ratio E8 complex with 4 tocopherols and 4 tocotrienols. i would think twice about taking alpha tocopherol on its own. it throws your natural balance of vit E out of whack.
"Supplementation with either form of alpha-tocopheryl acetate resulted in depressing plasma gamma-tocopherol to less than 1/3 of initial levels; also the gamma/alpha ratio was depressed to less than 1/7 of the initial value." that's serious, since gamma tocopherol has tumor suppressant action. in the SELECT study, men who supplemented with synthetic alpha tocopherol had a slightly increased risk of cancer and their gamma tocopherol levels went down as the study went on.
vitamin C figures prominently in the klenner protocol but you don't need to go nuts. personally i try to get 2000 mg in me per day, plus eating plenty of fresh veggies (i could probably stand to eat more fruit).
as for selenium. it's also antibacterial and antiviral. serious business, in the research selenium status of HIV patients has been found to predict survival. you need 200 mcg per day, which you can get from a couple of brazil nuts or a supplement.
hope that helps!
my approach: no meds so far - just nutrient-dense anti-inflammatory whole foods, and supplements where needed
info: www.whfoods.com, www.nutritiondata.com