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Archive: October 2012

Is it safe to feed children a vegetarian diet?

Yes, you can raise a healthy vegetarian. It’s relatively easy if your child’s diet includes eggs, fish, and dairy products. Raising a little vegan requires more planning and nutritional know-how to insure that the child gets enough calcium, vitamin D, iron, vitamin B-12, and some of the other B-vitamins. Yes, children can grow normally on a diet of grains, legumes, and greens, yet it’s a bit risky. A wise parent should seek periodic advice from a nutritionist experienced in vegan diets and practice these precautions:

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‘The Annual Vegetarian Week,’ Introduction to vegetarian diets

Since Thailand is currently observing ‘The Annual Vegetarian Week’, we would like to highlight and discuss here the health benefits, advantages or disadvantages of a vegetarian diet.

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Annual Vegetarian Festival, Thailand 2012 – Purity, Processions and Piercings

Annual Vegetarian Festival, Thailand 2012 will be held on Monday, 15 October 2012 until Tuesday, 23 October 2012.

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Go Green Coloring Competition

Here are glimpses of our coloring competition held with the ‘GREEN’ theme, where our Tiny Tots came dressed in Green, 

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The Blue-footed Boobies are such comical characters :)

The Blue-footed Booby (Sula nebouxii) is a bird in the Sulidae family which comprises ten species of long-winged seabirds.

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A little about Tulips

Tulips are one of the more easily recognizable flowers with their large cup-shaped flowers and tall stem.

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