All in the vegetarian family

Haspel, Barbara; Haspel, Tamar
June 1997
Vegetarian Times;Jun97, Issue 238, p84
Provides information on several kinds of vegetarian diets. Information about ovo-lacto vegetarian and the foods eaten by vegans; Zen and the art of metabolism maintenance in the macrobiotic diet; Importance of low-fat diets in avoiding cardiovascular disease; Information about the behavior of people before eating the foods given to them.


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