I agree with you, and I'm sure others who worked with her, or tried to work with her do as well. She wasn't open to feedback, she didn't like being questioned, and in the end dropped many desperate patients because of the questions, IMHO. She had a large group of patients (some had low thyroid, some had hyperthyroid, some low adrenal function, some, with high cortisol), yet we were all given the same blanket prescription. That being said, I did appreciate her piece of the puzzle (almost no one ever recommends trace minerals like manganese, and the b2 is very important), and was able to walk further and stand for longer periods at least for the first 2-3 months on her plan. But when she put everyone on 'manganese only', I asked if I should do so as well. She said okay, I tried it, got worse (very painful hands and tendons in my arms), then she became "upset" that I chose to resume the b2 and b12, and basically that was it. She wouldn't reply to any other emails. And in hindsight, she made these changes in her recommendations without doing any retesting, and later refused to retest those who wanted to pay for retesting. Apparently she is ill, due to too much iron in her system (?). I hope she can recover. I'm not sure if her dogs were ever on manganese or b2. If you look at the sites that "Dog Person" posted on, she first was telling everyone that iron deficiency was the problem, then zinc, then zinc was 'bad', etc., and said in the radio interview that 'home cooked' food was what helped them turn their health around...so who knows. Again, I hope she figures it out and can get well.