Given that some people seem not to have the first clue how to feed their children a healthy diet, the Australian case below being an extreme example, would dietary laws to ensure the health of children be a good idea? A good many diseases might be eliminated and, after all, we certainly have no qualms about criminalising the supply to children of various damaging substances adults may legally consume. Please respond to the poll and comment, thanks. The shockingly restricted vegan diet one couple fed their infant daughter is revealed - as they plead guilty to causing her serious injury after she developed RICKETS 'The infant had fractures scattered throughout her tiny body and her bones were so brittle doctors believed they could have been broken by 'normal handling'. The treatment of the girl was only brought to the attention of doctors in March this year, when doctors attended to the infant after she suffered a seizure. One doctor described her as 'floppy' and noted how the diminutive one-and-a-half year old didn't crawl or talk during the month in care.' DailyMail.co.uk, Media-Mode.com, 24th December 2018. What is it with parents in affluent societies who had the benefit of normal upbringings that they would subject their own children to Third World conditions?