Vegetarians, this is your moment!
- Carrot & stick. // Vegetarian Times;Nov97, Issue 243, p26
Comments on the articles `Veggie Propagandists Preying on Kids Should Find Another Turf,' by Doug MacEachern and `All Creatures Great and Small,' by Mary Tyler Moore which are about vegetarianism.
- Pyramid power for vegetarians. // Physician & Sportsmedicine;Feb99, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p34
Focuses on the development of the Vegetarian Diet Pyramid by nutrition scientists from Cornell and Harvard universities in cooperation with the Oldways Preservation & Exchange Trust. Consumption of fruits, vegetables, whole grains and legumes at every meal; Moderate intake of alcohol; Healthful...
- Can Vegetarian Diets Improve Your Health? Cunningham, Dean S. // Life Extension;Aug2004, Vol. 10 Issue 8, p85
Presents a question and answer advisory concerning vegetarian diet. Association of vegetarian diet with longer life; Rate of colorectal cancer in vegetarians; Types of vegetarians.
- The meatless revolution: Good for your health, good for the planet. Schlossberg, Brandi // Massage Magazine;Sep/Oct2004, Issue 111, p112
Discusses the health and environmental benefits of a meat-less diet. Growth in the U.S. market for vegetarian foods; Steps recommended in planning a vegetarian diet; Health and ecological reasons for switching from a meat to a vegetarian diet; Appropriateness of vegetarian diet to people of all...
- Nutrition is Possible With Vegan Diet. Khan, Ayesha // News India Times;08/26/2011, Vol. 42 Issue 34, p2
The author discusses how vegan diet can lead to a healthy life. She stresses the importance of planning a diet that has all the nutritional supplements to avoid deficiencies. She emphasizes that despite that the success of a vegan diet lies in enjoying variety of foods, it can deprive an...
- WHAT VEGETABLE DO YOU LIKE LEAST AND WHY? Mucci, Anjelica; J., Tracy; Kinder, Jeane; Sturm, Jessica; P., Jacquelyn; Waring, Jennifer; Sanderson, Greer; Smith, Bunny; Boley, Jenna; Montpetit, Frederick; B., Denise; B., Wendy; Guzzo, Jeannine; O'Connor, Amanda; LeRoux, Susan; B., Mike; Langston, Mickki; Vourakis, Stacie; G., Sara; S., Erin // Vegetarian Times;Mar2006, Issue 339, p10
This article presents readers' opinions on their least favorite vegetable. One reader reveals her reasons for disliking water chestnuts. Another stresses her aversion to any kinds of onions. A reader emphasizes her dislike of broccoli.
- Meat or two veg? Health aspects of unusual and exotic diets. Heaton, K. W. // Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine;Jun1986, Vol. 79 Issue 6, p369
The article focuses on the increase in the number of British people who adopt vegetarianism as discussed at a meeting of the Forum on Food and Health of the Royal Society of Medicine in London, England in November 1985. Doctor T. A. B. Sanders of King's College presented evidence that...
- FIVE REASONS TO GO VEGETARIAN. KAUSHIK, MANU // Business Today;10/7/2007, Vol. 16 Issue 20, p199
The author provides five reasons to go vegetarian. First, it fight flabs with a diet consist of fruits and vegetables. It makes the heart healthier because plant foods tends to be low in artery-clogging cholesterol. Berries are full of antioxidants that help slow aging. It cures diabetes because...
- Be a healthy vegetarian. Brazier, Brendan // Alive: Canada's Natural Health & Wellness Magazine;Jun2007, Issue 296, p66
The article focuses on a healthy vegetarian diet which highlights complete proteins, essential fatty acids, and nutrient-rich green vegetables. The author recommends protein-rich products and raw sources of protein since complete protein is essential for muscle regeneration and hormone...