Confessions of a new vegetarian
- 20 good reasons to be a vegetarian. Clark, Amy Rosenbaum // Vegetarian Times;Nov94, Issue 207, p100
Justifies the purposes of a vegetarian lifestyle in the context of its health and environmental aspects. Prevention of heart disease, hypertension and diabetes; Animal protection; Disposal of by-products; Increase in vegetarian population of the United States.
- Putting meat back on their menu. DeSilver, Drew // Vegetarian Times;Jan95, Issue 209, p67
Examines reasons why some vegetarians go back to meat-eating. Cases of ex-vegetarians; Reasons cited by individuals; Vegetarians' need for strong support network to maintain their choice; Eating patterns of ex-vegetarians; Advise not to condemn ex-vegetarians as backsliders.
- Serving up vegetarian. France, Cindy // Camping Magazine;May/Jun97, Vol. 70 Issue 3, p26
Provides an understanding of vegetarianism. Author's attitudes towards vegetarians; How the term vegetarian was coined; Several types of vegetarians; How to create a vegetarian menu. INSET: Campers with special dietary needs..
- Generation V. Krizmanic, Judy // Vegetarian Times;Sep94, Issue 205, p62
Features the attitudes and philosophy of vegetarian teenagers. Rise in teen vegetarianism; Concern on the cruelty to farm animals; Vegetarianism as part of teen activism; Effect of meat production on the environment; Protest over a food system that allocates so much grain to animals in the midst...
- Persuasive examples. Lustgarden, Steve // Vegetarian Times;Oct93, Issue 194, p18
Discusses the major factors influencing a vegetarian's decision to change eating habits. Survey of Vegetarian Times' readers; Six primary values of vegetarian movement; Influence of vegetarian's lifestyles on other people; Exposure to a vegetarian.
- Meatless in the Midwest. Dalmares, Jim; Clark, Amy Rosenbaum // Vegetarian Times;Aug95, Issue 216, p90
Reports on the efforts of American Stacey Vicari in the promotion of the health benefits of being a vegetarian. Founding of a food cooperative; Membership in EarthSave Foundation; Key to success; Life attitude.
- Can this refrigerator be saved? Bertagnoli, Lisa // Vegetarian Times;Feb96, Issue 222, p58
Focuses on how to make a vegetarian/non-vegetarian relationship work. Philosophical and emotional conflicts; Issue of cooking meat; Question of raising children as vegetarians; Considering in-laws; Difficulty in navigating to emotional issues. INSETS: Cooking in a dual-diet kitchen, by...
- USING THE IMPLICIT ASSOCIATION TEST AND THE IMPLICIT RELATIONAL ASSESSMENT PROCEDURE TO MEASURE ATTITUDES TOWARD MEAT AND VEGETABLES IN VEGETARIANS AND MEAT-EATERS. Barnes-Holmes, Dermot; Murtagh, Louise; Barnes-Holmes, Yvonne; Stewart, Ian // Psychological Record;Spring2010, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p287
The current study aimed to assess the implicit attitudes of vegetarians and non-vegetarians towards meat and vegetables, using the Implicit Association Test (IAT) and the Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure (IRAP). Both measures involved asking participants to respond, under time pressure,...
- Do dietitians get it? O'Connor, Amy // Vegetarian Times;May97, Issue 237, p19
Focuses on random sampling of American registered dietitians found to be harboring on beliefs and attitudes toward vegetarianism which conflict with the American Dietetic Association's (ADA) own position. Account on the study conducted by Kristine Duncan; Misconceptions revealed in the study;...