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Many of them follow a wholefood diet, and avoid trans-fats and too much salt. Another big issue is that a vegan diet isn't very energy-dense: Share via Email Full-fat dairy produce has health benefits for under-fives. Parents can come in for mistaken pressure from people with genuine concerns, simply because the issues aren't properly understood.
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Sometimes, says Wilcock, they do — often because they are taken in by misleading information on the internet. I have even seen several people comparing veganism to religious brainwashing and cults, making it seem like if a child is given a choice, they will obviously come to their senses and reject veganism.
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· Guest Post by Sarina Farb ——————————————-Recently, an Italian bill proposed jail time for parents irresponsibly imposing a vegan diet on their children.
In summary, vegan diets can be safe for children once parents are well informed about the key nutrients required for growth and development. However, parents must be extra cautious to ensure they're following a balanced diet. A law proposed by Italy's center-right political party Forza Italia would charge parents with neglect if they force their children to eat a vegan diet.
PRISON FOOD Parents who force vegan diets on their kids may face four years in jail in Italy because it ‘could leave them brain damaged’Author: COREY CHARLTON.
P arents who force a vegan diet on to their children would face prison under a new law proposed in Italy. Elvira Savino, of centre-right party Forza Italia, has proposed legislation under which Author: Chiara Palazzo.
"There are plenty of children who are eating a bad diet, and they're not vegan," she says.
"Vegan parents have to plan their child's food carefully. Of course there are pitfalls, but there are Author: Joanna Moorhead.