Are You (and Your Students) Ready to Veg Out?

Key Area 1, Nutrition, Code 1160
January 2018

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 1. Vegans exclude all animals and animal products, such as milk and eggs, from their diet.


  

2. ___ is a sub-category of vegetarianism.

 
  

3. A pescatarian is someone who eats ___, but no other meat.

 

4. A desire for ___ is one reason some choose a vegan or vegetarian diet.

 
  

5. Eliminating meat from your diet may lower your risk for heart disease.

 
           

6. People from the ___ faith tend to follow a vegetarian diet as a tenet of their spiritual beliefs.

 
  

7. The Chinese religion called Jainism focuses on the principles of yin and yang.

 
  

8. Farmed animals produce ______ times more waste than the U.S. human population.

 
  

9. ___ is an ideal item for a Make-Your-Own Pad-Thai bar.

  
  

10. A Harvest of the Month promotion can capitalize on the benefits of eating seasonally.

 
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

 

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