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Judith recommends an easy transition to going veg, a balanced, relaxed vegetarian lifestyle, and she doesn't endorse any particular vegetarian diet.
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Children: Yes, children can thrive on a vegetarian diet! Advice for vegetarian children and their veg or non-veg parents.
Dieting And Weight Loss: No matter your age, your health, or your history, it's easier to manage your weight on a vegetarian diet.
Going Vegetarian: Savvy Veg always recommends a gradual, easy, guiltless approach, for the sake of your health and sanity.
Health: 'You are what you eat' - simple to say, but not so simple in practice! What with low carb, high protein, raw, macrobiotic, Ayurvedic - it's hard to know what's right for you.
Lifestyle: Yes, there is such a thing as a vegetarian lifestyle, and sometimes it's tough to blend with the non-veg lifestyles that surround you.
Nutrition: How can you get enough protein on a vegetarian diet, and what about iron and Vitamin B12?
Relationships: How to live your vegetarian diet and eat it too, plus live happily ever after with the non-veg love of your life.
Teens: It's challenging to be a teen vegetarian or vegan! Parents (almost) never get it! Sometimes, it can even be tough for the parents!
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