Book Reviews: Veducated by Laura Chepner and Vegan for Life by Jack Norris, RD and Virginia Messina, MPH, RD (2nd edition)

Every issue of Vegetarian Journal includes book
reviews. The latest issue takes a look at Veducated
and Vegan for Life (2nd
edition).

Veducated is a book from the United Kingdom written for teachers who
are inclusive and understand the needs of each child in their class (including
vegans). The author clearly states that vegan children see the world
differently than other kids and have a different belief system. Vegan for Life is now available as a 2nd
edition and incorporates the latest research on topics related to vegans
including fat, vitamin B12, digestive health, food allergies, and even lesser
known nutrients like choline and selenium. The authors provide lots of
practical information including sample menus, lists of foods, and a food guide.

Read the reviews here: https://www.vrg.org/journal/vj2021issue1/2021_issue1_book_reviews.php

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