OK, looking at the Vegan Artbook review. It looks pretty good.
Wondering if these were any use?
(Pasteurisation was invented for a reason, people.)
"EARLIER this month a bunch of politicians in the US got together and toasted one another with a glass of raw milk to celebrate the fact that the governor of West Virginia signed into law a bill that makes it legal to drink unpasteurised milk.
According to an anonymous tipster, after drinking the milk, several of the politicians became severely ill."
To add, I'll see if I can write something about Vitamin B12 and put it here, it's still worth mentioning. Added note.
If you're on a proton pump inhibitor long term (we call one version Losec, I think you call it Prilosec, other names for variants include Nexium, Somac, Pariet, omeprazole, pantoprazole, rabeprazole and so on), over many years, use, that can also lead to Vitamin B12 deficiency and not all doctors know about it, either.
(Zantac, ranitidine and so on are H2 receptor antagonists and hence work differently but it can't hurt to check - remember double check everything I say even if it's as innocuous as saying 'eat an apple'
Nearly forgot about this:
"Anti-tobacco movements grew in many nations from the beginning of the 20th century, but these had little success, except in Germany, where the campaign was supported by the government after the Nazis came to power. It was the most powerful anti-smoking movement in the world during the 1930s and early 1940s.["
Unfortunately, all that other stuff it was attached to ...
Anyway, I thought all or some of that might be useful for incorporation, perhaps ...
Had to wade through a lot of junk to find a reliable source from a legitimate medical journal I know of. If nothing else, a brief mention about Vitamin B12 and its importance using a quote from this article like this one:
"Vitamin B12 deficiency is a potential concern for anyone with insufficient dietary intake of vitamin B12, including those adhering to a vegan or vegetarian diet or significantly restricting animal-based foods. Studies have found that vegetarians, particularly vegans, have lower serum vitamin B12 levels, and it is likely that anyone avoiding animal-based foods will eventually become deficient if their diet is not supplemented. "
(That's the first half of the conclusion.)
and a link to this article:
"The Medical Journal of Australia is a peer-reviewed medical journal. It is the official journal of the Australian Medical Association, published by the Australasian Medical Publishing Company."