Vegetarian: Making it a healthy choice

Clinton, Sally
November 1998
New Moon Network;Nov/Dec98, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p6
Focuses on vegetarianism. Why the author does not want to eat meat; Observation on the reasons of other girls for deciding to be vegetarians; How parents can prevent eating disorders in their children.


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