What do you do if you think that a consultant has given out the wrong advice??? So, here's my problem..... Last week my usual, wonderful consultant was away, and we had a stand-in. During the class, one of the members who had made some 'SW crisps' showed them to the consultant. The consultant proceeded to hand round the crisps, and we were all encouraged to try some. The conversation went like this: C: Help yourself. XXXX has made some crisps - syn free crisps. Me: Erm ......wouldn't they have to be synned? Because you aren't eating the potatoes how they should be? C: You mean like pasta nachos? Me: Yes. C: Well how would you syn them? Me: I don't know (I'm not the consultant!!) C: Well then. Free crisps. You wouldn't have to syn them unless you were at/near target. Me ......?????........... Now I listen to the wonderful advice that I receive on here......so I'm giving them a wide berth. The problem is, if she is wrong, how many people from my class have believed her? My usual consultant is back tonight (I hope). Do I talk to her about it? If I tell my consultant that I think that the other stand-in is wrong, because of what I have read on this site, then I risk looking like "the one who thinks she knows better than the consultants" If I ask as a 'random question', and my consultant uses it as a group discussion point, if someone else pipes up with "well the other consultant said it was ok" MY consultant might feel that I've set her up to disrespect her friend. If I ask as 'last week we were told this, but I'm not sure' I could end up with the worst of the first two options!!!! I've been thinking about this all week, and I still don't know what to do for the best. Or should I just keep my big mouth shut???