I just want to make sure she understands that yes, french fries may be vegetarian, but they are still "sometimes" food and that her body needs higher quality food to grow strong and healthy. Obviously, I will guide her... But she is an avid reader and fascinated with health, so figured this would be a good way to open up the dialogue between us.
In any case, do books like this exist? Or do I need to start writing one? Lol!!!
Thank you kindly for any suggestions.
Posted by ahimsa32fa at 09/02/14 04:59:01"The Way We Eat: Why Our Food Choices Matter"
by Jim Mason and Peter Singer
"Pleasurable Kingdom" and "Second Nature"
by Jonathan Balcombe
"The Pig Who Sang to the Moon"
by Jeffrey Moussant Masson
"Intimate Nature: The Bond Between Women and Animals" by Linda Hogan
Posted by NickAikey at 10/05/14 04:24:20Here are some great books on "veganism". More simply put...living life naturally.
"80/10/10" By Douglas Graham. (kids)
"Carb the [censored] up!" (For adults)
"Go Fruit Yourself" (teens/adults)
Also check out 30bananasaday.com