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Help! My Child Stopped Eating Meat! An A-Z Guide to Surviving a Conflict in Diets

by Carol J. Adams
£18.00   paperback  Continuum International Publishing (2004)

Help! My Child Stopped Eating Meat! An A-Z Guide to Surviving a Conflict in Diets by Carol J. Adams Your child will not become sick. And your child may not be deliberately rejecting your values. He or she is actually manifesting a level of sensitivity and tenderness toward the feelings of living creatures, their own health, and the environment. You are among the people who shaped these values.
In her many appearances across North America and Europe, Carol Adams has encountered innumerable young people who reported with sadness, "My parents don't understand the choice I have made to become a vegetarian."
Now in an easy-to-use and accessible format, for both parents and kids, Adams offers an insightful and inspiring book to bridge the generational and culinary gaps between meat-eating parents and vegetarian / vegan children.
Help! My Child Stopped Eating Meat! is a comprehensive parental guide. Practical and timely, it is sympathetic both to parental dilemmas and the child or teen's keen interests. The book is also a useful guide to resources for anyone who has recently embarked on the meatless life. A special chapter on nutrition offers an invaluable "Vegetarian Food Guide for Ages 9-18" that answers the concerns of parents about calcium, protein, iron and other specific health issues. The final chapter, "What's Left to Eat", consists of scrumptious recipies and is not to be missed!

ISBN 13: 9780826415837 | ISBN 10: 0826415830

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