Many thanks for the reply vabeachgirl.
I see, do you have any advice on what is a good % based off the charts numbers then?
As for my diet, I really am not sure what would produce the vitamin A deficiency and high levels of Selenium, but as your interested, here is the list of foods i ate on that day in question, as listed using the sites food search function.
All bran with extra fibre 40g
Banana, raw 1
tea, unsweetened, 1 teacup
Rice, Brown, medium grain, cooked, 0.5 cup
Tuna, canned 360 grams (3 cans)
Bread, whole wheat, toasted 1 slice
Olive oil, 4 tablespoons
Tomato, raw, 1
Pepper, sweet, red, raw 1/4 cup
raisins 0.5 cup
Chicken breast, skin not eaten, 1/2 a breast
pineapple juice 1 cup
bottled water 3 cups
lettuce raw, 1 cup
cabbage green 0.5 cup
Milk, skim or nonfat, 0.5% fat or less 2 cups
Many thanks again for your reply,
Any comments/advice on this diet are most welcome!