No one is going to be able to give you what you asked for in a previous question: "I often wish someone could print out a sheet of paper with exactly what I need to do to get well again, to feel happy and look good." There are smart people on PH, but no one can give you these kind of instructions. Even doctors with access to all kinds of tests and metrics would not be able to tell you this.
You need to figure out what works for you, and this requires time and patience. You have to give yourself a year, if you are coming to paleo with health issues. For every person who experiences miraculous health benefits in two weeks from just dropping grains, there is someone else who had to slowly and painstakingly find his or her own way, over much time. This requires diligence and experimentation and patience most of all.
A quick look over your previous questions makes me think that you have some issues with anxiety and depression. I went through a similar stage recently, which was quite horrible. I was panicky and despairing. I felt I had sacrificed more than three months of my social life for absolutely no improvement. I felt extremely critical of my appearance in many ways. I was off in a dark and orthorexic spiral, afraid of every food, afraid of eating and afraid of not eating, studying every ounce of weight and every pore of my skin. I lost interest in many other aspects of my life. My world got smaller and much more horrible. I started having panic attacks and crying jags.
I want to warn you very much against falling into this kind of trap. I believe it's extremely damaging to your psyche. Try to spend LESS time researching health topics and fretting about what you eat/what supplements you take/your macronutrient ratios/etc. Just eat whole foods, get sleep, and try to spend some time working on your emotional and mental well-being. Long walks, yoga, jogging, time with friends, time AWAY from your computer. Have faith that in time, a paleo diet will help you. And in the meantime, I think you should go see a doctor, though you resisted that suggestion yesterday. I had to see a doctor to start to get my normal life back, and now I wish I had done it much sooner, especially since I got a diagnosis I had not suspected.