|Fun with Veggies|
Tampa, Fl -- There has been several questions regarding vegetarian habits in the past, yet the questions if is OK to educate a child into vegetarianism or veganism.? Keep steering different opinions among different sectors of the population.
Lets take the situation on a sociological and cultural context of the dietary aspects in Hinduism versus the dietary habits of many Americans. Probably the context could a little complain as many Hindus follow the tradition of the Vedas and the Dharmasastras which both elements focus on the tradition of life that centers around the religion while respecting cattle but also other forms of meats while the majority of Americans have different focus on diet probably the main inconvenience for a parent is to focus what his child would eat and how society would influence the child's eating habits when they are not around their parents but at school.
What to do.? According to some experts the best idea is to leave the child to decide when he or she turns to the majority of age to decide what is the best or what path decide to follow, why we said this.? Simple, because sometimes parents have to follow their children diets carefully as they don't want them to be malnourished but some pediatricians recommend that all the necessities are supplemented by the adequate proteins such as animal proteins, vegetables and grains due the reason that all vegetable proteins are OK but they don't contain the essential aminoacids that can be found in dairy, eggs and animal; but, proteins that contain cereal and can be mixed they create a good source of nourishment.
One supplement that can be added to the diet is the quinoa as well fruits and vegetable proteins; one reason quinoa is essential in the development because it contains dietary minerals, fiber starch and sugar.