It is not surprising for parents who have at first hand experienced the benefits of a vegan lifestyle to think about introducing their children to a vegan diet. Besides having obvious benefits like the time saved in preparing a single type of meal for the whole family, there are also dietary and ethical reasons that can lead vegetarian parents to […]
VEGAN FOR KIDS
Having a baby is a very exciting time in the lives of most people and trying to stay healthy is something that is at the forefront of most people’s minds. Trying to carry a successful pregnancy while following a vegan lifestyle might seem extremely difficult, but for the average woman who is healthy during pregnancy,
Most of the time when you hear of someone changing to a vegan diet you typically think of adults. Have you ever stopped to consider how many children change to vegan each year as well? Most people tend to easily forget about the children who make the transition and this is perfectly normal. The adults
With so many people around the world adopting a Vegan lifestyle, it is no wonder that a lot of parents are starting to ensure that their children are raised to eat a Vegan diet as well. If you find yourself trying to determine whether a Vegan lifestyle is suitable for your children you are certainly not alone. Each
As more and more adults begin to become more aware of the benefits of going vegan, many of them have included their kids in the intended audience of vegan cooking in homes. This is to ensure that as they are vegan, their kids are raised in a similar disposition. However, questions are raised often as
Eating For Two Recommendations for many vitamins and minerals are higher during pregnancy, but as a physiological response to pregnancy, the absorption of many nutrients is increased. The majority of pregnant women (including vegans) can meet these increased needs by consuming a varied diet: just follow your appetite and avoid excesses of under or overeating.
A growing number of commercially-prepared baby foods are suitable for vegan infants. Nevertheless, many parents opt to prepare their own baby foods. Foods should be well washed, cooked thoroughly, and blended or mashed to an appropriate consistency. Home-prepared foods can be kept in the refrigerator for up to two days, or frozen in small quantities