The New Vegetarians: Promoting Health and Protecting Life

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References

Chapter 1
1.
Joel Gurin, "Are You a Semi-Vegetarian?" American Health (July/August 1985), pp. 37-43.
2.
"Dining Out Becomes Healthier," Vegetarian Times (February 1986), p. 7.
3.
"The Essential Guide to Dining, Leisure, Clubs, Products," Vegetarian Times (July 1987), pp. 27-75.
4.
Ron Givens, "Going for the Greens," Newsweek (May 9, 1986), pp. 79-80.
5.
Sheila Gribben and Andrea Sachs, "Vegetarians Hit the Fern Bars," Time (March 7, 1988), p. 84.
6.
Gretel H. Pelto and Pertti, J. Pelto, The Human Adventure (New York: Macmillan, 1976), pp. 203-204.
7.
Discussions of the history of vegetarianism can be found in: Keith Akers, A Vegetarian Sourcebook (Arlington, VA: Vegetarian Press, 1983), pp. 180-187; Daniel A. Dombrowski, The Philosophy of Vegetarianism (Amherst: The University of Massachusetts Press, 1984); Dudley Giehl, Vegetarianism: A Way of Life (New York: Harper and Row, 1979); James Turner, Reckoning with the Beast: Animals, Pain, and Humanity in the Victorian Mind (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1980); "Vegetarianism," Encyclopaedia Brittanica 22 (Chicago: William Bentor, 1969), pp. 935-945.
8.
Leonardo da Vinci's notebook, quoted in Victoria Moran, "Leonardo da Vinci: A Portrait of a Renaissance Man," Vegetarian Times (October 1987) pp. 23-26.
9.
Some recent examples include: M. Abdulla et al., "Nutritional Intake and Health Status of Lacto-ovo Vegetarians," American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 40 (1984), pp. 325-338; Beverly Calkins, D. J. Whittaker, A. A. Rider, and N. Turjman, "Nutritional Intake," American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 40 (1984), pp. 896-905; E. Carlson, M. Kipps, A. Lockie, and J. Thomas, "A Comparative Evaluation of Vegan, Vegetarian, and Omnivore Diets," Journal of Plant Foods 6 (1985), pp. 89-100; A. Rider, R. S. Arthur, B. M. Calkins, and P. Nair, "Selected Biochemical Parameters in Blood and Urine," American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 40 (1984), pp. 917-920.
10.
"Vegetarianism: Can You Get By Without Meat?" Consumer Reports (June 1980), pp. 357-365.

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