Keeping teenage vegetarians healthy and in the know
- More teens say `pass the salad'. Wang, Angela // Christian Science Monitor;9/19/96, Vol. 88 Issue 207, p15
Reports on the increase in number of teenager vegetarians in the United States. Reasons for the increase in teenagers who give up eating meat; Sex differences in teenage vegetarianism. INSET: Green and White Lasagna..
- The Great American Meatout. Murphy, Dee // Current Health 2;Feb2002, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p23
Focuses on vegetarian diets among American teens. Reasons for becoming a vegetarians; Differences in the mortality rate between meat eaters and vegetarians; Nutritional consequences of eating meat, eggs and dairy foods.
- Going Vegetarian. Hayes, Susan // Scholastic Choices;Oct2000, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p6
Discusses vegetarian diets for teenagers.
- Take-home points. // Contemporary Pediatrics;Oct2001, Vol. 18 Issue 10, p18
Presents information on teenage vegetarianism.
- TEEN VEGETARIANS HEALTHIER THAN MEAT-EATING COUNTERPARTS. // New Vegetarian & Natural Health;Spring2002, p75
Reports on the finding of U.S. researchers that vegetarian teenagers have a healthier diet than their meat-eating counterparts. View of teenage vegetarianism as form of fad or rebellion; Benefits to teenagers.
- Vegetables Rock! Pierson, Stephanie // Vegetarian Times;Mar99, Issue 259, p86
Offers tips for parents of teenage vegetarians. Things that a teenage vegetarian would need; Health aspects of vegetarianism.
- 9 Tips to Get You Started. // Vegetarian Times;Mar99, Issue 259, p86
Presents nine tips for teenagers who are contemplating to become a vegetarian.
- Vegan Teens in Sweden Eat More Fruits and Vegetables. Mangels, Reed // Vegetarian Journal;2006, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p20
The article focuses on a study that compares vegetarian teens to non-vegetarian teens in Sweden. Study reveals that vegan teens eat more fruits and vegetables. Vegetarians also met the 500 gram recommendation of fruits and vegetable intakes needed for the body to fight diseases. Lastly, young...
- Assessing nutritional status. // Contemporary Pediatrics;Oct2001, Vol. 18 Issue 10, p96
Discusses the factors to be considered in assessing inadequate growth in teen vegetarians. Need for visual inspection; Emphasis on anthropometric measurements.