I happened to be in our local co-op when the nutritionist was there. I decided to ask her a couple questions I had about B-12 and DHA. I could tell she did not approve of my diet when the word vegan came out of my mouth. She gave me a hand out she made that is titled "Why Babies & Children Need Animal Products". She told me I would be jepordizing my son's (1 year old) health if we ate no animal products. I agree with the B-12 and DHA information in her handout becuase of the information in The Food Revolution, but she then goes on about Vitamin A, Vitamin D, Taurine, Cholesterol and Fiber. In her cholesterol paragraph she actually says that very low blood cholesterol levels is highly associated with a increased risk of cancer. What do you all think about this? I am going to read Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon that is recommended on her phamplet and also Becoming Vegan which is recommened by John Robbins. I don't plan on eating animal products again, but I want to make sure my wife and I take any supplements we should to ensure the health of our child. I guess I just expected a nutritionist to be open to all eating styles and was kinda offended by this one.