The meaning of total protein:
This is elevations perhaps in albumin/globulin.
Elevated globulins may be due to a bone marrow disorder,
the beginnings of multiple myeloma. In the early days, just the proteins are up, and eventually some patients progress with age
to the myeloma stage. (this is a form of cancer).
If you do not drink enough water during the fasting period before the blood work, there may be elevations in some results.
So you probably will need further testing to see if you have any of the macroglobulinemias.
In the meantime take this as a hint to stay very hydrated, and keep your blood from thickening up. Thickened blood in the periphery can lead to blood clots, and slow circulation.
You will need further evaluation. Perhaps a retest to see if this
result is a lab malfunction etc. If you do make sure you drink lots of water during the fasting period.
The ACE is not really much out of range, and maybe due to dehydration too. I would worry more about the total protein.
But people with sarcoid are supposed not to take Vitamin D. This is not cast in stone yet, but one THEORY --the Marshall Protocol-- which is very controversial still and not accepted, claims that Vit D makes sarcoid worse. (many doctors do not accept this theory, however.)
Did you have ANA run? What other tests did you have?
Also there is no treatment for macroglobuliemia in the early stages.
It is just monitored because not all of them progress to myeloma.
This is one form of macroglobulinemia:
It is not common.