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VegFamily Magazine

VegFamily’s purpose is to provide information to parents that will help them raise healthy vegan children, help their children make the transition to veganism, and provide a forum for them to interact with other vegan parents.


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Vegetarian Nutrition for Teenagers

“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.”


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Vegan Dad

“When you have kids, supper has to be on the table every night. And when you are a vegan, the drive-thru, the deli counter, and TV dinners/frozen convenience foods are not an option. So, you do the best you can. This blog is a record of what my family eats.”


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Real Vegan Children

Some women stop being vegan when they become pregnant, because either they or their doctors think a vegan cannot have a healthy pregnancy. On the contrary, as long as pregnant women, infants, and children are getting a reliable source of vitamin B12, they typically thrive on a vegan diet.


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Raising Veg Kids

Written by vegan mom Robyn Moore, this blog has a wide variety of information about raising veg kids, including how to answer tricky questions, dietary facts, veg- and kid-friendly vacations, dealing with school and playdates, how to make the holidays fun, and much more.