I'm interested to know your views on getting enough Vitamin B12 in a Vegan or Raw diet. My (possibly naive) understanding is that B12 is important for cell division and blood formation, but the only good quality sources of it for humans are meat, dairy or man-made products. All of the Vegan / Vegetarian sites seem to say that you should either take supliments or eat fortified foods.
"If for any reason you choose not to use fortified foods or supplements you should recognise that you are carrying out a dangerous experiment"
My wife is veggie and I considered going veggie, but I wanted to see some 'proof' that a vegetarian diet is a natural state for a human. To me, this seems to suggest the opposite and that we're natrually omnivores.
Anyone have any thoughts on this? ....