Re: Criminal offence to impose a diet lacking in essential elements ?
I'd imagine there are worse things than missing some vitamins (that can easily be supplemented) from a "proper" diet.
Who's version of "proper"? Your version, my version, any one of the commentards who posts here? Doctors with agendas? Celebrities who haven't a clue but truly believe in Dr. XYZ's diet? Any of a dozen con artists out there on the 'Net who offer dietary information and their product to give what you're not getting?
Meh.... beer o'clock here.. fulfills the requirement for the "grains" part of my diet.