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         Vegetarianism:     more books (100)
  1. Vegetarianism: An Annotated Bibliography by Judith C. Dyer, 1982-07
  2. Eating In The Light: Making the Switch to Vegetarianism on Your Spiritual Path by Doreen Virtue, Becky Black, 2001-06-01
  3. We're Talking About Vegetarianism by Samantha Calvert, 1997-01-31
  4. Why Do Vegetarians Eat Like That?: Everything You Wanted to Know (And Some Things You Didn't) About Vegetarianism by David A. Gabbe, 1994-08
  5. Food for the Gods: Vegetarianism & the World's Religions by Rynn Berry, 1998-05
  6. Holy Cow: The Hare Krishna Contribution to Vegetarianism and Animal Rights by Steven J. Rosen, 2004-04-30
  7. Deep Vegetarianism (America In Transition) by Michael Allen Fox, 1999-06-30
  9. Vegetarianism (Issues)
  10. Scientific Vegetarianism by Edmond Bordeaux Szekely, 1977-06
  11. Vegetarianism: Living a Buddhist life series by Bodhipaksa, 2004-08-01
  12. The Case for Vegetarianism: Philosophy for a Small Planet by John Lawrence Hill, 1996-01-01
  13. Scientific Vegetarianism: Guide to Organic Ecological Nutrition by Edmond Bordeaux Szekely, 1991
  14. Wholesome Nutrition for Mind, Body and Microflora: The Goal of Lacto-Vegetarianism (Recipes of Udipi Cuisine Included) by Yamuna Lingappa, B. T. Lingappa, 1993-12

41. Christian Vegetarianism
CHRISTIAN vegetarianism. The significant rise of vegetarianism in recent years has inevitably come to include a Christian minority within its ranks.
CHRISTIAN VEGETARIANISM "A BIBLICAL APPROACH TO LIFE" Go forth to every part of the world and proclaim the good news to the whole creation". (Mark 16:15 ) Traditional Christian abstinence from animal flesh is usually associated with its esoteric sects and the search for spiritual growth through physical discipline. The significant rise of vegetarianism in recent years has inevitably come to include a Christian minority within its ranks. Whilst the values themselves may appear to have altered, they stem once again from the very essence of the faith itself. The spiritual truth; Do unto others as you would have done unto you is by no means unique to Christianity. It can be found within the sacred scriptures of every major world religion. At the heart of Christianity, in particular, can be found the qualities of love, mercy, compassion, pity and peace. This will sound ironic in the light of just how badly the spirit of the religion has at times been embodied by its adherents. In itself, vegetarianism is but one small step towards approximating the peaceable kingdom. There exists no ' pure land ' theology, but a need for humility as well as vision. To a growing number of Christians, however, there exists no means of reconciling the institutionalised violence of the meat industry, and its inherent disrespect for life, with divine will. Far from being a substitute religion or a modern day heresy, vegetarianism is increasingly advocated on Biblical grounds. To many, it is not merely an objection to the conduct of the world, but a physical statement of faith.

42. Vegetarian Nutrition For Teenagers -- The Vegetarian Resource Group
Vegetarian nutrition information, and recipes by a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating the public on vegetarianism.
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Vegetarian Nutrition for Teenagers
by Reed Mangels, Ph.D., R.D.
Help yourself and others. Click here for ways to support this website and The Vegetarian Resource Group. More and more teenagers are choosing not to eat meat, poultry or fish. They are becoming vegetarians. Teenage vegetarians are often faced with pressures pressures from parents concerned about their health, and pressures from within to continue on the path they have chosen.
Variety is the Key to a Healthy Vegetarian Diet
Probably the most frequent questions for teenage vegetarians are about the nutritional adequacy of their food choices. A vegetarian diet can be enjoyed by people of all ages. The key to a healthy vegetarian diet is variety. Just as your parents should be concerned if you only eat hamburgers, they should also worry if you only eat potato chips and salad. A healthy, varied vegetarian diet includes fruits, vegetables, plenty of leafy greens, whole grain products, nuts, seeds and legumes. Some vegetarians also choose to eat dairy products and/or eggs. Teenage vegetarians have nutritional needs that are the same as any other teenager. The years between 13 and 19 are times of especially rapid growth and change. Nutritional needs are high during these years. The nutrients you will probably be asked about the most are protein, calcium, iron, and vitamin B12.

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First broadcast on This information is provided by Provet for educational purposes only. You should seek the advice of your veterinarian if your pet is ill as only he or she can correctly advise on the diagnosis and recommend the treatment that is most appropriate for your pet. Vegetarianism is gaining popularity in human society and vegetarian pet owners often wish to feed their pets an exclusively vegetarian diet - but is it safe ? From a nutritional point of view our pets can be classified into one of these groups
  • Carnivores - eat food material derived from other animals Herbivores - eat food material derived from plants, ie they are vegetarians Omnivores - eat food material derived from either other animals or from plants. Some omnivores can obtain all their nutritional requirements from a vegetarian ration. Grain or seed eaters (birds - hardbilled)) Insectivore - eat insects (birds - softbilled) Fish / plankton eaters (waterbirds)
Unfortunately this definition is confusing because the scientific definition of a "carnivore" is based upon anatomical characteristics and evolutionary evidence and it sometimes does not agree with the actual feeding capabilities of the species concerned.

44. Hare Krishna DVD -- ITV Productions -- ISKCON Television - Home
Hare Krishna videos on Bhakti yoga, reincarnation, vegetarianism, A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, and eastern spiritual thought.
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Many essays on ethics, with a focus on animal and human rights in daily life. Covers vegetarianism, veganism, sexual and racial equality, straightedge, and hardliners.
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46. Judaism And Vegetarianism
Judaism,vegetarianism,jewish,vegetarian,animals,diet,environment,health,animal rights. A central site on the ideas of Jewish vegetarianism
Jewish Vegetarianism Online Course FAQ Jewish Recipes ... Media Why is it that many Jewish religious leaders advocate vegetarianism, including the late Chief Rabbi of Israel Shlomo Goren and the first Chief Rabbi of pre-state Israel Abraham Kook? Why is it that the former Chief Rabbi of Ireland David Rosen considers "the consumption of meat as halachically unacceptable"? Why is it that, after India, Israel has the largest number of faith-based vegetarians in the world? The Torah is full of commandments demanding humane treatment of animals, yet the modern factory farms that produce over 90% of the animal products we consume today raise their animals in unconscionable conditions of abject misery. The Torah reflects great concern for the land, yet as the primary cause of water pollution, water use, topsoil erosion, destruction of the world's rainforest, and other environmental harms, animal agriculture takes a devastating toll on the planet. Jewish teachings emphasize the grave importance of protecting human health, yet the consumption of animal products in the United States is responsible for numerous diseases including heart disease, America's number one killer. Judaism places great concern on providing for the poor and the hungry, yet while 800 million people do not have enough food to sustain themselves, our carnivorous diets are at least ten times as wasteful of food resources as a vegetarian one. Please read and learn about the growing Jewish vegetarian movement, and think about how Jewish teachings relate to decisions we make everyday as we sit down to eat. As Rabbi Isaac ha-Levi Herzog said, "Jews will move increasingly to vegetarianism out of their own deepening knowledge of what their tradition commands... A whole galaxy of central rabbinic and spiritual leaders...has been affirming vegetarianism as the ultimate meaning of Jewish moral teaching."

47. To Beef Or Not To Beef
Is vegetarianism a Hindu concept.? Why the bramhins(the priest class) are the only ones who are shunned from nonvegetarianism while others are allowed.?.
Ramayan MahaBharat Some Interesting Questions Vedik Gyan ... Zero formation in Vedik maths
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Why should a Hindu not eat beef? Of course, Hindus see 33 crore Gods in it. For that matter, they see God in all entities of the world. Weren't it we who said, "Eeshavasya midam sarvam..."? )
To go to the details of it we may have to go into the Vedic Vishwa. Basically vedas refer "Gou" as animal and as well as "Indriya"(senses). The word "Gou" over the period of time became "Cow" in English(Apabhransh). In Vedic peroid some yajnas were practiced
  • AshwaMedh
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  • AjaMedh The real meaning of each of these word Vedic people knew. Over the period they(words) lost meanings and people considered Ashwamedh = to sacrifice Ashwa(Ghoda) GouMedh = to sacrifice Gou(Gaya) AjaMedh = to sacrifice Aja(Bakara) . This wrong interpretations of these words resulted in heavy sacrifices of Gou and Aja (Bakara).

48. Solent Vegetarians & Vegans
Promoting vegetarianism in areas of South Hampshire, East Dorset and East Wiltshire, England. Lots of local information for dining, shopping and lodging.
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49. ACSH > Search > Page Not Found
vegetarianism. by Kathleen Meister, MS. Complete Text Download 94K. Get Acrobat Reader. Executive Summary •, Survey results indicate
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50. Another View On Killing
Contains articles about vegetarianism, political opinion regarding Israel and statistics of various wars.
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Welcome to another view on killing
This is my website, and I would like to use it for spreading my opinion. So far I have sections of vegetarianism, political opinion and wars statistics.
You can reach them by clicking on the links at the top. As the name of the site implies, they represent different forms of killing: Killing people: Price of war Killing animals and Killing views
18 ,may 2004 - Added Guiltless Grill – Open Response to Maddox to the Vegetarianism Section 13 dec 2003 - New section: Weblog 3 nov 2003 -
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15 oct 2003 - Added A Helping Left Hand to the Political Opinion Section 17 sep 2003 - Added A Tale of Two Terror attacks to the Political Opinion Section 24 aug 2003 - Added Killing Civilians and Terrorism to the Political Opinion Section

51. ACSH > Search > Page Not Found
Volume 9 Number 3 1997. Is vegetarianism Healthier Than Nonvegetarianism? The above article is an edited excerpt from the new ACSH booklet vegetarianism.
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52. Valerie McCleary · Irish Singer & Ayurvedic Cook
About her life experience in vegetarianism, Ayurveda, meditation, India, travel, diet, her new CD and ask her questions.
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Ask Auntie Val (Nov 15) Favourite Places page. If your interests are more of a culinary nature, then the Vegetarian Page Interested in Ayurveda? Pay a visit to the India Ask Auntie Val To find out more about me and my life-in-progress, just click About Val My Music Hallo Freunde, willkommen auf meiner Seite! Valerie Guestbook Valerie, August 2002
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53. Strange Directory - Vegetarianism
vegetarianism. Everything you need to know about vegetarianism. Free vegetarianism related downloads. Links to vegetarianism related pages. vegetarianism.

54. Vegetarian Recipes Websites-vegan Recipes-vegetarian Recipies-cooking-diet
Offers vegetarian recipes, dietary information including protein and nutritional supplements. Provides listings of vegetarian restaurants and natural foods stores. Site articles discuss vegetarianism and switching to a vegan or vegetarian diet.
good resources site map solid information Vegetarian Made Easy has designed a website that provides the information most requested by those individuals exploring the vegetarian diet-
  • The truth about protein, carbohydrates, and fat How to shop for healthy foods A database of vegetarian restaurants, health food stores, and natural foods suppliers across the country Thousands of vegetarian recipesFrom 5 minute solutions to elaborate meals A complete resource on vitamins and minerals The latest news and research regarding the vegetarian diet and health in general How to transition to a vegetarian diet or new information for the experienced vegetarian
Our mission- Provide methods that will enable everyone to understand the power of the vegetarian diet and how to easily implement it into their lives regardlesss of age or current lifestyle.

55. 20 Questions About Vegetarianism
20 Questions About vegetarianism. by Renee Cloe, ACE Certified Personal Trainer. Let’s take a look at some of the most common questions about vegetarianism.
20 Questions About Vegetarianism
by Renee Cloe, ACE Certified Personal Trainer 1. What are the different types of vegetarians? 2. What are the health benefits of a vegetarian diet? 3. Is it possible to get enough protein on a vegetarian diet? 4. How much protein do I need, anyway? ... 20. Where can I get more information? 1. What are the different types of vegetarians? There are several different variations of the vegetarian diet. Strict vegetarians, called vegans , eat no animal products at all. The staples of their diets are fruits, vegetables, legumes (beans and peas), grains, seeds, and nuts. Lacto-vegetarians eat dairy products in addition to plant foods. Lacto-ovo vegetarians include dairy products and eggs as well as plant foods in their diets. People who eat animal flesh (meat, fish, chicken) are not considered to be vegetarians. However, as the health benefits of a vegetarian diet become more widely known, many people reduce or eliminate animal products. For example, they may eat fish and chicken but no red meat, or they may eat meat in small portions only a few times a week. These people can most accurately be described as following a semi-vegetarian diet.

56. Welcome To The Veggie Table - All Info About Vegetarianism
Questions and answers on vegetarianism. Vegetarian and vegan recipes, cookbook recommendations, vegetarianism for beginners articles, and a recipeexchange forum.
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Click here to find out more Hello and welcome! I'm Laura K. Lawless , Correspondent for the V eggie Table - All Info About Vegetarianism site. This is a free resource for all kinds of vegetarians as well as anyone interested in healthy eating, animal rights, or the environment. My free newsletter will keep you informed about the new recipes and articles I add weekly.
New Recipes Mock Beef Bourguignonne
Although time-consuming, this is an easy and very delicious recipe for mock beef bourguignonne made with either seitan or tempeh. Salade niçoise Chickpeas or tofu can be used in place of the traditional tuna fish or anchovies for this vegetarian salade niçoise recipe. Smoothie Cool and refreshing, smoothies are a delicious and nutritious way to quench your thirst and even satisfy a minor hunger.

Roadmap with extensive pointers to vegetarianism, becoming and staying vegan, eating at home and while traveling, crueltyfree shopping, and finding support.
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A roadmap for vegans, with extensive pointers to: vegetarianism; becoming and staying vegan; eating veg*n (at home and while traveling); cruelty-free shopping; and finding support (organizations, on-line communities, and companionship)
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58. Vegetarianism
Beyond vegetarianism, nonviolence, health and karma. Why it s in your interest to be vegetarian. vegetarianism. Why are they vegetarian?
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  • Why are they vegetarian?
    Laws Ordaining Food
    Nature's law is that one living being exists by eating another. The scriptures give regulations for human life and set aside certain foods for human beings. That quota is divided into six categories, namely vegetables, fruits, milk products, grains, sugar and nuts. With these six ingredients we can maintain our health very well, far better than meat eaters maintain their health. Vegetarians are more healthy than meat eaters, and their endurance is greater, although they may not have brute strength. Just consider that the elephant is a powerful animal, yet he never eats even a scrap of meat. Principle of Non-violence
    The Bible says, "Thou shalt not kill," but everywhere people are slaughtering animals and eating them. All religious scriptures promote non-violence as the first principle of religious life. Whatever we see is created by God. No one has the right to kill anything or anyone, because no one can create anything. We cannot create an animal. We cannot create even a mosquito, so we should not kill even a mosquito. Spiritual life means non-violence. Animals should be protected. This is confirmed in the Bible:
    Whatever you do unto the least of my brothers, you do it unto me. (

59. Ralpharama: Recipes / Recipes Index
Offers curry, chilli, and pudding recipes along with an essay on vegetarianism.
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The first vegetarian meal I ever cooked was perhaps ten years ago, and whilst my house mates were all out, I thought I'd surprise them with a curry.
I looked through the kitchen and found a cookbook that had a 'vegetable curry' in it. Perfect, I thought. We had most of the ingredients and I only had to buy a couple of things at the local corner shop to make up the rest.
I followed the instructions dutifully and it didn't look or smell bad when it was all in the pot cooking.
However, upon taste I discovered that it, well, didn't have any. It just tasted like water, and what's worse was that the potatoes weren't cooked. They were, in fact, raw.
At this moment, everyone came home and said things like, 'Oooh a curry, great! I love curry!'
I admitted there were problems and the girls stood in the kitchen and examined my pot.
'You didn't cook the potatoes before putting them in?' They asked, as if I was the most stupid person on the planet for not knowing that I should do this.
'The recipe didn't say I should.' I defended myself.

60. Vegetarianism
vegetarianism. Alternative Names strict vegetarian or vegan, ovovegetarian, lacto-vegetarian, lacto-ovo-vegetarian, pesco-vegetarian
vegetarianism Alternative Names
strict vegetarian or vegan, ovo-vegetarian, lacto-vegetarian, lacto-ovo-vegetarian, pesco-vegetarian, semi-vegetarian
There are several categories of vegetarians. These include:
  • vegan or strict vegetarian: eats no animal foods of any kind ovo-vegetarian: eats eggs, but no dairy foods or other animal foods lacto-vegetarian: eats dairy foods but no other animal foods or eggs lacto-ovo-vegetarian: eats dairy foods and eggs, but no other animal foods pesco-vegetarian: eats dairy foods, eggs, and fish, but no other animal foods semi-vegetarian: mostly follows a vegetarian diet but eats meat, poultry and fish occasionally
How does the nutrient affect the body?
People have many motivations for choosing a vegetarian diet. These may include ethical, religious, environmental and personal health reasons. A plant-based diet that is built around a wide variety of foods can be a healthy choice for many people. People with chronic conditions such as heart disease and some types of cancer may benefit from a vegetarian diet. It can also be a good choice for people who want to lose weight.

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