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Raising a Child as a Vegan Katie Ferguson Interest I was curious if it was possible Child abuse cases It was a unique topic Paper Topic: Children raised on vegan diets. Driving Question: Can a vegan diet nutritionally support a child throughout all stages of development? Thesis: A vegan diet can support a child's health as long as the parents pay close attention to the foods the child is consuming. Fun Facts 1. In America, livestock animals are exempted from anti-cruelty laws. They are usually slaughtered in ways that cause adrenaline increase. 2. The America Dietetic Association advocate well planned vegetarian diets. They provide health benefits that can prevent and help treat chronic diseases. 3. People who eat more fruits and vegetables have about half the risk of cancer. 4. Famous Vegetarians: 1. Socrates 2. Plato 3. Albert Einstein 4. Leonardo de Vinci What I Learned While Researching There are different types of vegan diets – some more restrictive than others. Although it's possible, it's not a good idea to raise a child as a vegan. There are lots of benefits to being vegan, however there are plenty of consequences as well. Product I made a cookbook of easy and fun vegan recipes. Many are vegan versions of common dishes. I used a small scrapbook and decorations to make it. I worked on the product during my free time. My product gives people a way to incorporate vegan food into their normal diet. I did not have a mentor. What I Learned from the Product TIME MANAGEMENT! Chose something you know you'll have fun making. Making a cookbook is more timeconsuming than you think! Connecting my Paper to my Product My paper talked about how to stay healthy and eat well as a vegan, so my cookbook offered easy and healthy recipes. Successes: Completing my product. Having most of my paper done sophomore year. Choosing a product I was able to have fun with. Challenges: Time management and procrastination. Sticking with the time line. Finding trustworthy sources. Reflection I will use these recipes in the future and share them with my family and friends. I took away a new knowledge of a different diet and lifestyle, as well as new ways to make veggies taste good! Works Cited Goldstein, Myrna C., and Mark A. Goldstein. Food and Nutrition Controversies Today: A Reference Guide. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2009. Print Byrnes, Stephen. "Vegetarianism." consumerhealth.org. Consumer Health Organization of Canada, Apr. 2001. Web. 31 Mar. 2011. <http://www.consumerhealth.org/articles/display.cfm?ID=20010 801000824>. Craig, Winston. "A Short Historical Perspective on Vegetarian Diets." Vegetarian-Nutrition.info. Andrews University, 2003. Web. 24 Mar. 2011. <http://www.vegetariannutrition.info/updates/vegetarian_diets_health_benefits.php>. Copyright Education Exempt from Copyright: This presentation has been prepared under the fair use exemption of the US Copyright Law and is restricted from further use.