Although others will advise you better on how to interpret your numbers,
there may be a few other things you want to check:
Full thyroid panel - FT4, FT3 & TSH
Insulin tolerence/Glucose sensitivity
Fasting Leptin levels
I am dubious of Multi Vitamins, but that's me,
You may want to look at increasing Carb intake a little bit, there has been enough anecdotal as well as scientific evidence to suggest that some individuals may have a disrupted glucose metabolism and by going very low carb they may drive their bodies into downregulating metabolism sometimes refered to as hibernation response.
Without adequate glucose to maintain blood sugar, the body produces rT3 and T3 levels drop, this slows metabolism and reduces glucose requirements, the related factor is that T3 seems to be a key hormone in LDL receptor activation, so if T3 goes down, then LDL clearance drops and serum LDL levels rise.
Leptin resistance may play a key role here in downregulating the Gluconeogenesis process in the Liver, hence starting of the cascade as the body isn't capable of generating endogenous glucose and needs dietary glucose to maintain blood sugar properly in affected individuals.
Leptin resistance is believed to predate insulin resistance by decades.
My suspicion is that the issue lies primarily in the liver and excessive fructose consumption, from SAD not fruit, along with high PUFA and low choline consumption results in non alcoholic Fatty Liver NAFL and/or other liver disturbances, to correct liver function and restore leptin sensitivity may take a quite a few years, so in my eyes a moderate carb/moderate fat diet may be a safer option for those that show either higher cholesterol, thyroid disfunction or downregulated metabolism.