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French Lawmaker Wants Mandatory Vegetarian Menu at School – ABC News

… online petition. Jego launched the petition last week in reaction to an order by the conservative mayor of Chalon-sur-Saone, east of France, to remove pork substitutes from school menus. A court decision this month gave the green light to Mayor Gilles Platret’s order — despite concerns that it could sow discord. France is home to both western Europe’s largest Muslim population, estimated at 5 million, and largest Jewish population. Schools often offer pork substitutes, but there is …

Italian court tells veggie mum: feed your son meat – The Local

From www.thelocal.it | May 28, 2015 An Italian court has ordered a vegetarian mother to cook meat for her son at least once a week after the boy’s father complained that his son wasn’t being given a proper diet. The mother in Bergamo, northern Italy, started her son on a macrobiotic diet, which is typically a vegetarian diet consisting of whole grains, cereals and vegetables, in 2006. But the father, who is divorced from the mother, complained that she had made the decision without …

Let your children make their own eating choices – Parentdish UK

… I’m relieved to see that it’s not just because I’m a carnivore. Rose Thompson has been a vegetarian since she was 17, but never once considered bringing her children up veggie. “I felt they could decide when they were older,’ she tells me. ‘As it happens, they both love meat. They’d eat it still running around the field, if they could. I wanted mine to make their own decision: I can’t deny I hope they give it up one day.” Harriet Rycroft has …

Empowerment of a vegetarian lifestyle — Sonoma State Star – The university’s student-run newspaper

… documentaries like “Food Inc.” and “King Corn” I am satisfied with my decision to not fill my body with the type of meat that is showcased  in these films. Growing up in a family where meat was always the main course of a meal and then choosing to become a vegetarian was definitely a big decision. Saying my family was surprised by my decision is putting it nicely, but that was at the beginning. They have now come around to the idea because they love and know that I know what I’m …

Sweet potato casserole; artichoke Caesar dip – The Auburn Villager : Opinion

… eater, thus, the problem. While waiting for Rick to come home from work, I turned to the Internet to try to understand the concept of vegetarianism. I know that one of my “adopted” daughters is a vegetarian, and she is also a very good veterinarian. She is philosophically opposed to inflicting pain and death on any species capable of feeling pain. I so respect her decision, and when she visits, I make a special effort to understand and honor her dietary decision. Until today, I had never …

Protein Plus – Livemint

… meat and turn vegetarian (even partly), the good news is that your health will gain from this decision. And if you are worried about your body not getting adequate protein on a meatless diet, fret not. “On an average, women need about 45g and men about 65g of protein daily. The trick is to zero in on good vegetarian protein sources and incorporate them on a daily basis. Ensure that the quality of protein you take is good and try to get it from a variety of plant sources,” says Loveneet …

GRAY: Vegetarian lifestyle provides many health benefits, saves animals – Daily Nebraskan: Opinion

A lot of people are surprised when they hear I’ve been a vegetarian for almost eight years. After reactions such as “wow really?” and “that’s a long time,” the questions start pouring out. People first want to know why I made this decision. Then, without a doubt, they’ll ask what I eat, as if meat was the only food group they know of. The reasons behind my adopting a meatless lifestyle are very personal and are by no means the best or only reasons to become one. Personally, I …

Being a teen vegetarian doesn’t limit options – Entertainment & Life – The State Journal-Register – Springfield, IL

… years. I wondered how she made the decision at 8 years old, so I asked, “Was it just your choice, or did someone influence you?” She answered, “It was 100 percent my choice.” via Being a teen vegetarian doesn’t limit options – Entertainment & Life – The State Journal-Register – Springfield, IL. …

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