readers speak

Jurchak, Julie
April 2007
Yoga Journal;Apr2007, Issue 202, p123
The article presents the readers' response to a public opinion poll concerning food preferences. It is reported that about 57 percent of readers stated why they have chosen vegetarian diet, while 43 percent of readers informed that as they mostly eat organic diets they are unwilling to choose a vegetarian diet.


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