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    What, No Meat?!: What to Do When Your Kid Becomes a Vegetarian

    by:
    Debra Poneman
    Emily Anderson Greene



    Publisher:
    ECW Press
    Published: October 2003
    ISBN: 1550225790
    Format:Paperback
    Pages:208


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    Book Description
    About the Author
    Debra Poneman is the mother of two vegetarian children. She is a speaker on healthy food choices and natural alternatives to conventional medicine. She lives in Evanston, Illinois. Emily Anderson Greene runs Viva Entertainment, a company that creates original educational videos, fitness videos, and documentaries on health and well-being. She lives in Bethesda, Maryland.

    Book Description
    Written for the concerned and bewildered parents of the more than one million school-age children who have stopped eating meat and the millions more who have significantly limited their meat consumption, this lighthearted book offers ways to simply and effortlessly accommodate a child's transition to a vegetarian diet. It includes sound facts about the nutritional aspects of vegetarianism, suggestions for grocery shopping for a vegetarian, fun and easy recipes that include tofu and other meat alternatives, and tips on managing holidays and family gatherings where meat is often a staple. With information from trustworthy sources such as the American Dietetic Association, American Heart Association, and American Council on Nutrition, this book allays parental fears about the risks of nutritional deficiencies of a vegetarian diet. Also covered are the emotional aspects of facilitating and supporting a child's transition to a vegetarian diet.


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