What Is Vegetarianism? Vegetarianism has different meanings to different people. In general, red meat consumption is eliminated from all vegetarian diets.
1454 CAN MED ASSOC J • 15 MAI 1997; 156 (10) © 1997 Laura Brydges Szabo Features Chroniques Laura Brydges Szabo, a registered dietitian and 1996 graduate of the University of Western Ontario's School of Journalism, lives in Innerkip, Ont.
CHAPTER A Historical - Ph ilosophical Overview 1. Learning from the History of Vegetarianism Two approaches to the history of ideas have relevance to the topic of vegetarianism.
eBytes Issue 51 Ronald L. Myers, CNC © Copyright 2005 All Rights Reserved 1 FACTS ABOUT VEGETARIANISM by Ronald L. Myers, CNC As you are aware, reams of information have been written about this subject.
THE MORAL BASIS OF VEGETARIANISM BY M. K. GANDHI NAVAJIVAN PUBLISHING HOUSE AHMEDABAD -380 014 Rupees Five (c) Navajian Trust, 1959 First Edition 10,000 Copies, April 1959 This Reprint 3,000 Copies, November 1999 Total : 40,000 Copies ISBN 81-7229-122-1 Printed and Published by Jitendra T. Desai ...
Canadian Journal of Philosophy The Moral Basis of Vegetarianism Author(s): Tom Regan Source: Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 5, No. 2 (Oct., 1975), pp. 181-214 Published by: Canadian Journal of Philosophy Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40230566.
Vegetarianism 1. Animal Cruelty Industrial farming is abusive to animals. Pigs. In America, nine out of ten of pregnant sows live in "gestation crates."
1 Gabe Ronk and Arthur Su will be seniors at Newton North High School this fall. The environmental benefits of vegetarianism By Gabe Bronk and Arthur Su / Special To The Tab Wednesday, July 5, 2006 Vegetarianism is not only a response to the inhumane practices of factory farms; it is also a way ...
A humanist discussion of… VEGETARIANISM Humanists are non-religious people who live by moral principles based on reason and respect for others, not obedience to dogmatic rules.
National Eating Disorder Information Centre ~ 200 Elizabeth St. 7ES-421, Toronto.ON. M5G 2C4 www.nedic.ca Vegetarianism and Disordered Eating Brooke Finnigan Whether vegetarian for health, religion or for ethics, research exists about the benefits of a plant-based diet.