So, I'm on a LC diet, with around 65% fat, 25% protein, 10% carbs. I'm pretty happy with it, but I'm trying to address some of the deficiencies caused by not eating so much fruits/vegetables.
These are the values of vitamins & minerals that my actual diet provide without any of the supplements I'm taking: http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/37/capturadaaa.jpg/
I feel confortable with a supplement-what-you-don't-get-in-your-diet policy, since that way I don't have to be micromanaging everything I eat. I'm currently taking Vitamin K2, D3, Calcium, Magnesium, and a tablet of minerals every once in a while, since I do want to address the specific needs of my diet, not just take a multivitamins with god-knows-what.  Do you think that is a good policy to have on this matter? Why?
Well, here you have the chart of vitamins & minerals with my diet+supplements, in which you will see I'm low on Vitamins A, Thiamine (B1), and Folate / Folic acid (B9): http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/713/capturada1y.jpg/
The Sodium deficiency the chart shows does not worry me, since I do not enter the salt I use into Cronometer. About Potassium, that has already been addressed as I just got 595mg Potassium Gluconade, which I plan to take twice a day (that would mean around 4000mg of total potassium a day, which would meet the requirements).  What are your thoughs about this?
Finally, and these are my main doubts:
 Do you think I should also supplement with beta-carotene (or Vit. A?)? If so, in which amounts?
 What are your thoughs on Thiamine (B1), and Folate / Folic acid (B9)? What should I do about that?
 Do you think Vitamin C levels should be highly above the RDA? If so, why, and how much?
Thank you for your help, and your answers!