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Vernon The Vegetarian Lion: New Children’s Book Ditches the Meat

Vernon The Vegetarian Lion: New Children’s Book Ditches the Meat

Who would think there’s a lion out there who doesn’t want to eat meat? Just ask John Hughson, the author of a powerful new children’s book where exactly that happens… ‘Vernon The Vegetarian Lion’ is unlike any other story book on the market, as a young lion ditches the meat in search of a new vegetarian life. It’s dinner time […]

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Wild and Free: An Age Appropriate Picture Book for Little Ones

Wild and Free: An Age Appropriate Picture Book for Little Ones

Just how do you teach a young child about the ethics of veganism in a way that doesn’t disregard nonhumans as their own communities and in the many ways in which humans exploit them? With catchy rhymes by elementary school teacher Andrea Zimmer along with colorful illustrations by author and illustrator Julia Feliz Brueck, Wild and Free is just the […]

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Vegan Children’s Book Helping Parents Teach Children Compassionate Living

Vegan Children’s Book Helping Parents Teach Children Compassionate Living

We all want what is best for our children. We strive to give them the best food, the best education, and the best overall experiences growing up. We teach them to be honest, caring and respectful to those they interact with. We do our best to protect them from anything we feel might cause them pain or discomfort. Sometimes this […]

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The Smart Parent’s Guide to Raising Vegan Kids

The Smart Parent’s Guide to Raising Vegan Kids

The definitive handbook to raising vegan children you’ve always wished you had. Is bringing up a vegan baby unhealthy? The Smart Parent’s Guide to Raising Vegan Kids is the ultimate vegan parenting manifesto that takes on this myth and answers all the other questions you’ve always wondered about-the vegan way. Raising ethically vegan children, in fact, lays the groundwork for […]

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Best Foods for Autism

Best Foods for Autism

The sulforaphane found in five cents’ worth of broccoli sprouts is found to benefit autism in a way no drug ever has in randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study. More information: http://NutritionFacts.org and http://www.DrGreger.org and How Not to Die, a New York Times bestseller

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KIND Introduces Fruit Bites Perfect for Kids’ Snacks

KIND Introduces Fruit Bites Perfect for Kids’ Snacks

Did you know that, on average, children consume their weight in added sugar every year? Kids are eating 80 grams of added sugar per day — which equates to roughly 50 pounds per year. While the recommended average is only 25 grams — it’s safe to say that sugar consumption is at an all-time high (up 30% from 3 decades […]

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Support for Parents in a New Guide: Feeding Vegan Babies & Toddlers

Support for Parents in a New Guide: Feeding Vegan Babies & Toddlers

We’ve all heard the few stories that seem to repeat themselves about parents that starved their babies or children, usually focusing on their vague connection to veganism or plant-based diets. However, the thousands of healthy and thriving vegan children that haven’t made the news paint the reality behind the ever growing movement of families choosing to align their actions with […]

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Vegan Recipe: Velvety Mac & Cheese

Vegan Recipe: Velvety Mac & Cheese

This scrumptious recipe uses garlic and butternut squash to get the “cheesy” effect. As one reader said: “I served it for dinner without telling anyone the ingredients and it was a huge hit!” View full recipe: https://www.forksoverknives.com/recipes/velvety-macaroni/

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Interview with Janet Kearney, Founder of ‘Vegan Pregnancy and Parenting’

Interview with Janet Kearney, Founder of ‘Vegan Pregnancy and Parenting’

Janet Kearney is the founder of ‘Vegan Pregnancy and Parenting’ and we grabbed a few minutes out of her schedule to find out more about this fast growing Vegan group. Can you let our readers who aren’t familiar with Vegan Pregnancy & Parenting how you got started and why you decided to get involved? A few years ago, when I […]

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Plant-Based Meals Reduce School District’s Costs and Carbon Footprint

Plant-Based Meals Reduce School District’s Costs and Carbon Footprint

Serving fewer animal products saved Oakland Unified School District in California money and reduced its carbon footprint, according to a case study reported by Friends of the Earth. The school district replaced meat, poultry, and cheese with plant-based foods in an effort to reduce its environmental impact and overall costs. The authors also analyzed purchasing records and greenhouse gas emissions […]

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