There is no correct dosage you should be taking for vitamins, minerals, and fatty acids, as some people require more vitamins, minerals, and fatty acids than others. For example, if you exercise frequently, you may discover that you need more electrolytes than others (electrolytes being potassium, sodium, and magnesium.)
If you find you use your brain quite frequently or have a high demanding job, you may be using up more fatty acids for the brain to communicate continuously. If you find you have an inflammatory condition, such as arthritis or an autoimmune disease, then your need for different vitamins, minerals, and fatty acids may vary here also.
The standard accepted amounts of vitamins, minerals, and fatty acids, also known as "RDA" (Recommended Daily Allowance), were formed by regulatory bodies to help illustrate the recommended daily allowance, based on an average mean of people. The RDA amounts for vitamins, minerals, and fatty acids from the NIH gov, can be found HERE.
We recommend replenishing vitamins, minerals, and fatty acids by looking to natural-based food sources to top up any deficits. Natural foods with the highest content of vitamins, minerals, and fatty acids can be found in your Next Steps ebook located HERE
Some people prefer to take a vitamin, mineral, or fatty acid supplement, which they are aware they may be deficient in. They then look to manage, monitor and measure any improvements around 6 - 8 weeks later of usage. You can manage and monitor how you feel after this period, and monitoring could also include being retested.