What Vegetarians Don't Get
- Risks of iron deficiency among vegetarian college women. Hawk, Susan N.; Englehardt, Kimberly Grage; Small, Cindi // Health (1949-4998);Mar2012, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p113
Iron deficiency anemia is the most common nutritional deficiency disease worldwide and poses a major threat in women of child-bearing age and those who follow a vegetarian diet. The objective of this study was to ascertain whether differences exist in iron status markers between female...
- The iron file. Sullivan, Karin Horgan // Vegetarian Times;Jul96, Issue 227, p58
Clarifies widely held beliefs about iron-deficiency anemia and their implications for vegetarian women. Importance of iron; Adequacy of plant foods as source of iron; Part of the population who are most likely to be iron deficient; Dangers of high iron; Research finding that typical eating...
- Addressing Female Iron-Deficiency Anaemia in India: Is Vegetarianism the Major Obstacle? Rammohan, Anu; Awofeso, Niyi; Robitaille, Marie-Claire // ISRN Public Health;2012, p1
Objectives. We examined the influence of vegetarian diet on the risk of developing anaemia among Indian women and suggest initiatives for addressing diet-related iron-deficiency anaemia. Methods. We analysed data on diet, social class, and haemoglobin levels from the nationally representative...
- ask the doc. Barnard, Neal D. // Vegetarian Times;Apr/May2012, Issue 393, p22
The article presents questions and answers on health including questions on how much iron a person needs on a daily basis and whether carbonated water increases the risk of osteoporosis.
- Capability poverty by deficits in net dietary intake at early age - neglected by the Rangarajan poverty line. Eklund, Per A. // Indian Journal of Community Health;Nov2014 Supp S1, Vol. 26, p22
Introduction: The Rangarajan Expert Group set up to improve the methodology for measuring poverty fails to: (i) shift from uncertain assessments of calorie - consumption poverty to use of 'direct' determinants of deficits in net dietary intake, indicating risk of capability poverty; [1,2] (ii)...
- The health risks of new-wave vegetarianism. Szabo, Laura Brydges // CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;05/15/97, Vol. 156 Issue 10, p1454
Focuses on the `new vegetarianism.' Trend as adoption of vegetarianism as way to cope with shrinking time and budgets and as a socially acceptable way to lose weight; Health risks in this `new vegetarianism'; Health advice to young people intent on following this diet.
- Clearing up the common misconceptions about vegetarianism. // Tufts University Health & Nutrition Letter;Apr98, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p4
Clarifies the common misconceptions about vegetarianism. Includes the superiority of vegetarian diets in comparison to animal foods; Lack of protein in vegetarian food.
- National Soyfoods Month. // Vegetarian Journal's Foodservice Update;Spring1996, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p8
No abstract available.
- Employment Resource For Vegetarian Chefs. // Vegetarian Journal's Foodservice Update;Spring1996, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p8
No abstract available.