k so from here you can get the conversion factorshttp://www.unc.edu/~rowlett/units/scale ... _data.html
67 looks to be in a good place. certainly not too high.
as for zinc, that's on the low side. if you bump up the zinc levels, the d3 should absorb better.
afaik re calcium: "reference range, 8.7-10.1 mg/dL" so perhaps a bit on the high side (only as far as serum measurements can tell you anything about overall status).
as for mag and ua, i'll be interested to see those results, if and when you get exact info.
* One a day vitamin
may as well keep it up, there are a variety of important components in multis. probably not a good vitamin e source though.
* Alpha Lipoic Acid & Acetyl L-Carnitine supplement
no particular opinion!
DH could likely keep up the magnesium (depending on that forthcoming result of course) and zinc too. perhaps consider dropping to 5000 IU vit d3 every other day, then get a re-test in 3 mo when you re-do the b12.
my approach: no meds so far - just nutrient-dense anti-inflammatory whole foods, and supplements where needed
info: www.whfoods.com, www.nutritiondata.com