Are Vegan Kids Deprived?

I want to preface this blog by saying I love you all.

Everyone is deserving of love.

Everyone is deserving of love no matter what they eat, what they look like, how much money they make, what car they drive, their sexual orientation, their skin color, their species, or their lifestyle. Everyone deserves love.

The reason I am writing this blog is not to put anyone down, or to make anyone feel bad. The reason I am writing this blog is because there are parents out there who want to raise vegan families, but are afraid to. They believe that they will be depriving their children, their children will be underweight, unhealthy kids, and that they will be doing harm to them.

They believe this because of huge misconceptions out there in the media on the vegan lifestyle.

I am writing this blog to show my experience with this lifestyle, to debunk the myths, to answer questions from nay-sayers, and to encourage anyone who wants to raise their family this way.

If you think this blog will anger or upset you, please, I invite you to skip it. Don’t read it. This message may not be for you, and that is ok.

The majority of the comments that I receive on my blog, YouTube, and Instagram are encouraging, uplifting, supportive, and curious. Overall, it is a beautiful community that I enjoy being a part of.

However, lately, I have been receiving a few comments on my YouTube channel saying “it is awful to force Kaia to be vegan”, “you are depriving Kaia of yummy foods”, and “kids need meat and dairy to grow healthy.”

The comments have been mostly friendly. They don’t discourage or upset me, however, they have got me thinking… and so I am writing my thoughts down in this blog to share with you.


^ Look at how happy & healthy Kaia is!!

Today Kaia is exactly 2 years and 3 months old. She is in the 95th percentile for height and weight and has been that way since she was 1 month old. She was born at almost 38 weeks gestation weighing in at 7lbs 2oz, and 19 ½ inches long.

saras baby outfit 071As a new born, Kaia was exclusively breastfed (meaning she had my breast milk + nothing else) until she was 9 months old.  Her first foods were avocado, banana, and green smoothies at 9-12 months old. She has never eaten rice cereal, teether crackers, cheerios, cookies, or any thing that comes from a box, or packet, in the baby aisle.

Kaia has never had breast milk from a cow, never eaten meat from an animal, cow milk cheese, or chicken eggs. She’s grown from a newborn to a toddler on my breast milk, fruits, veggies, nuts, seeds, and legumes alone. That’s it!

To this day she has healthy eyes, ears, teeth (besides the one she knocked out during a terrible fall), clear beautiful skin, thick strong hair that’s grown longer than most kids her age, she is strong, has great muscle tone, she hits every milestone, she’s happy, healthy, and enjoys eating the foods we give her!

Also, she rarely gets sick. As a young baby Kaia was never once sick, never once had a cough, runny nose, eczema, ear infection, fever, or any of the ‘normal’ baby ailments. Her first cold wasn’t until she was over ten months old, and it only lasted for two days.

Kaia has a healthy, strong immune system, which even her wonderful (and meat-eating) doctor is impressed by.

That’s not to say that I think Kaia is super human. To be fair, I also want to list some of the ailments that she did have. When she was a few weeks old she had colic for a few days, she also had diaper rash (which coconut oil cleared up), and when she was one years old she had the common flu, and roseola.

I’m not trying to convince you that Kaia is in perfect health, or that everyone should raise their child this way. What I am trying to do is show my experience with raising a vegan child, and how it is possible for vegan children to be healthy. Of course, there are also tons of other things to consider when it comes to the health of a child. For instance, exposure to environmental toxins, air pollution, pesticide exposure, GMOs, genetics, exposure to disease, cleanliness, and the amount of care, love, and skin-to-skin contact a baby receives.

If you believe that humans can’t live (or thrive) off of plant foods alone Kaia is living proof that it’s possible! I am living proof that it’s possible! Along with many other families who live this lifestyle. There are hundreds (maybe thousands) of other families raising their children this way. A quick search of the hash tag #vegankids on Instagram will show you!

The truth is that eating animal products is NOT necessary to live a long and happy life!  In fact, from my perspective, eating meat, cheese, milk and eggs is not healthy, or natural at all. (There’s research to back this up as well, but we will get to this later.)

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It never occurred to me that Kaia would be “deprived” (as some people like to put it).

I, personally, was raised on processed foods, meat, cheese, milk, and eggs, and have been spending the past five years trying to rid myself of the addictions that I have to them. Does eating processed foods make our lives better? Or does it make it worse?

I see so many people struggle with ditching these addictive processed foods.

My family members, friends, past co-workers, and even my husband and I have all struggled to let go of the addictions we have to these unhealthy foods. So my question is- why would I want to start Kaia on them?

It’s no secret that processed foods are not good for our health. I think that most people know that now. Yet, we still feed them to our children, and then when they turn into adults doctors tell them that they need to change their eating habits to eat more fruits and veggies. Doesn’t that seem backwards?

When we eat these unhealthy foods in childhood we create emotional ties to them. In other words: We become addicted to them, and it becomes challenging to give them up as adults. Eating processed foods that are high in salt/oil/refined sugar changes the way that food tastes to us. Fruits and veggies suddenly taste bland. Our pallets became used to eating such unnaturally sweet and salty foods.

So, of course fruits and veggies taste bad to us! Of course we don’t want to eat them. Of course we will choose the processed foods the natural foods, right? It’s what our bodies were trained to crave.

Knowing this, how can I start my child down a path I believe will have her addicted to unhealthy foods, just as I was?

If you have an open mind I would like to introduce you to some research that may surprise you.

The China Study, and Whole are research books both written by Dr. T. Colin Campbell. In these book Dr. Campbell talks about the link between drinking cows breast milk and cancer cell growth. He also talks about how cow’s breast milk leaches calcium from the bones (even though cows milk has been marketed as a source of calcium).

Then there is Dr. Eilstein who has made a connection between meat consumption and heart disease.

If you combined these two doctor’s findings together they have found that a whole food, plant based (vegan) diet can reverse and prevent heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. Isn’t that pretty amazing? What other thing on Earth can do that?

An amazing thing about these two doctors is that they both grew up on farms. Dr. Campbell actually grew up on a dairy farm, and then later was brave enough to come forward with the research that he found proving that drinking cow’s milk causes cancer cell growth.

If you don’t have the time to read the studies then I urge you to watch “Forks Over Knives”, its a documentary about these doctors on Netflix.

There is also the Physicans Committee for Responsible Medicine. This is a committee of physicians who are trying to educate other physicians on the importance of a plant based (vegan) diets for adults and children. (Read article here).

Although, more important than the research: What are our bodies telling us?

Our bodies are more intelligent that our minds. Our bodies know more than we think we know. When we eat certain foods, we can feel how bad they make us feel. You probably know the feeling- the gas, the stomach aches, the heart burn, the lethargy, the sluggishness, the weight gain, and so on. I feel that the reason our bodies respond like this to certain foods is because we are not meant to be eating them.

When I was eating a lot of processed foods I used to think that these ailments were simply a normal part of digestion. Now that I eat a whole food, plant based diet; I can feel the way digestion is meant to feel. It is painless, effortless, and I feel great.

So, what exactly am I “depriving” Kaia of? The answer, in my eyes, is food addictions, bad eating habits (and a lifetime of trying to break bad eating habits), obesity, heart disease, and cancer.

When someone comments on how Kaia should be able to choose her own foods, I try to find a way to explain the way I feel about this, but to put it into written word is difficult. So, I’ll try.

I think it’s important to say that Kaia does choose her own foods. Only…. the foods she chooses from are all from the plant kingdom. She enjoys all of the foods that she eats, and is happy when she gets her favorite foods, just like most kid are.


The way my husband and I feel about processed foods, meat, cheese, milk, and eggs is that they are not exactly human foods. I don’t feel that our bodies were designed to drink the breast milk of another species, eat the cycle of a chicken, or to chase down an animal and rip it apart with our teeth.

We know that eating animal foods causes dozens of health issues in the human body, and some of them as serious as heart disease and cancer. If we were designed to be eating animal foods, why would our bodies respond so poorly to them?

A few decades ago it wasn’t publicly known that smoking cigarettes caused cancer. Doctors were even telling their patients that smoking cigarettes was OK. So many people smoked cigarettes thinking it wasn’t harmful, even teenagers. In fact, teenagers in high school were allowed to leave their classes to go smoke a cigarette.

Today? We know better. We know that smoking causes cancer. So now, instead of letting our teenagers smoke cigarettes we put them in drug awareness classes, and teach them NOT to smoke cigarettes.

I truly believe that one day it will be common knowledge that processed foods, meat, cheese, milk and eggs are bad for our health.

Until then, I have to do my best to raise my daughter in a way that I feel is best for her. Even if others feel differently, this is the way that I feel, and I have to raise my daughter accordingly.

Other parents may feel different about eating animal prodcuts, and that is ok. They may believe that eating meat and dairy is good for human health, and if they believe that they should feed animal products to their children. Every parent should be able to raise their children how they see fit. As long as children are happy and healthy that’s all that matters.

Another comment I get is that it is “terrible” to “force” Kaia to be raised on the vegan lifestyle.

My response to this is that every parent guides their children to live a life that is a reflection of their own beliefs (or philosophies) on life.

For example, parents raise their children in religions, celebrating holidays, sending them to public school, being fed meat, and so on, because the parents believe that this is what is best for them. Are parents “forcing” their children to do these things as well? Or are they just being loving parents who want to raise their children up in the way they see fit?

Raising a child on a vegan lifestyle is no different. My husband and I are raising Kaia in a way that aligns with our philosophies on life, and because we believe it is the healthiest way to eat. Why would we raise her any other way?

I feel that it wouldn’t make sense for my husband and I to believe that animals are not meant to be eaten by humans, and deserve freedom to live, and then feed them to her.



I also feel it wouldn’t make sense for my husband and I to eat healthy organic fruits and veggies (and believe it is the healthiest way to eat) and then feed our daughter candy, cake, hamburgers, and French fries. Would it?

Parents are responsible for our children’s well being from birth to adulthood. We are only trying to raise Kaia in a way that we feel will set her up for a lifetime of healthy habits, respect for the Earth and animals, self love, and gratitude. These are the things that I am working on in my own life, and what I would love for Kaia to experience in this lifetime.

(Above photos: Kaia feeding and connecting with the lambs at Popcorn Park… a sanctuary for unwanted animals from lions to deers to dogs.)

Another comment that I receive is that Kaia will eventually eat processed foods when she gets older.

Yes, this is probably true. Unfortunately, processed foods are a part of our society, and Kaia will probably be curious about them.

Even now, Kaia is only two years old and random strangers come up to her and give her candy bars, lollipops, cheese crackers, ice cream, you name it. We can’t even go to the bank without lollipops appearing in the drive-thru tube.

DSC_3562Kids are famous for eating junk food, aren’t they? Why is that? Kids don’t naturally eat junk food. They don’t come out of the womb in search for candy. The truth is that they don’t even know what candy is until we introduce it to them….sometimes even forcefully. I have seen many times where parents force birthday cake into a one year olds mouth to get the infamous first birthday cake photograph. But why?

Once, our family went to an open house for an Acupuncturist. They were serving vegan food, and of course we were excited. Then, one of the women looked at Kaia and said to me, “She probably won’t eat any of these healthy foods, I can get her chocolate pudding from the back.” Kaia didn’t even know what pudding was, and instead went straight for the veggies, dip, and gourmet raw foods.

Kids don’t have to eat junk food. It doesn’t have to be this way.

For now, we’ve found a way to help Kaia get the feel of what other kids are eating without compromising her health. We give her raw vegan kale chips, home made raw vegan cupcakes (that I made at her 2nd birthday party), and raw vegan cookies made from dates.

I’m sure as Kaia gets older, she will experiment and try some processed, or animal foods; but there’s no reason I need to give them to her now. I would rather give her healthy eating habits, and a place to return to after she experiments.

I plan on educating her on where her food comes from, and allowing her to make her own choices. If she chooses not to be vegan, I will support her decision. I feel the most beautiful gift a parent can give their children is unconditional love, acceptance, and support.

(Above photo: Kaia eating a Brad’s Raw Kale Chip)

The last comment I want to talk about is that Kaia will be “deprived” of “yummy” processed foods and animal products.

I have found through my own experiences that fruits and vegetables taste really good.

The reason why kids, and many adults, don’t enjoy their fruits and veggies is because they were introduced to heavily processed, artificially sweet, high in refined sugar foods.

As mentioned above, these foods interfere with the way fruits and veggies taste to us. They make them taste bland, and crappy. So, of course we would think that kids would be deprived of yummy food. Because, we don’t know what REAL fruit can taste like!

To a child, everything is new, so everything tastes the way nature intended it to. To introduce highly addictive, over sweet foods will actually be depriving Kaia from tasting the natural sweetness of real foods.

This is what I have found to be true for myself. As a kid I ate a lot of fast food and candy, which I craved as an adult. After five years of transitioning to a whole food plant based diet I can taste the difference in my fruits and veggies. They taste so much sweeter, and savory, now that I don’t eat processed foods.

Furthermore, Kaia LOVES her fruits and veggies. She gets so excited when we open up a coconut. She does a happy dance and everything!


You can see her joy in the photograph above. She is not a “deprived” child.

Being happy and healthy is the goal in life, is it not? If Kaia is happy, healthy, and thriving that is all that matters to me. Debating which lifestyle is best is not helpful to anyone. Every family is unique, and will live their lives differently. I’m here to show you that this lifestyle can create happy, healthy children. Let’s not create unnecessary fear. The (whole foods plant based) vegan lifestyle works for our family. It can work for your family. It can work for any family who wants to try it. There is no reason to be afraid.

If we give our children breast milk, and a rainbow of fruits and veggies (+ love and laughter), they will be ok.

It’s what they were meant to eat anyway!




Disclaimer (because its 2015, and the world is crazy): I’m not saying that anyone should copy my lifestyle, and do everything that I do. Every person, and every child is unique and needs unique care. I am only showing that my daughter is happy, healthy, and thriving on this lifestyle, and that it is possible contrary to the popular belief that it is not. I encourage everyone to do their own research on this subject.


  1. Sara
    • June 25, 2015
    • 7:59 pm
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    Beautifully written! I have never understood why people insist that you are being cruel to a child by NOT giving them cake, candy, fast food, and all sorts of other junk. I have an (almost) 3 year old girl, and ever since she was about 6 months old people have been wanting to give her junk. And telling me I’m depriving her by NOT giving it to her. Is that all childhood is to people now? Sugary, processed food products? I have actually had to stop people from trying to sneak her candy before she was a year old. It’s crazy. Children don’t NEED that stuff to have a happy childhood.

  2. Valerie
    • July 23, 2015
    • 2:02 am
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    What a great, informative post! I love the Kaia-coconut picture! only began my transition fairly recently. I became vegetarian a couple years ago, then did a vegan til 4 thing, and am now 90% vegan (I give wiggle room because I think I mistakenly ate a cracker at work that had butter in it!) My children, 10 and 5 have had an even slower transition. I am trying not to push them because I know what that leads to, but I seriously wish I had found this lifestyle before I had them. I see how hard it is to give up certain foods for all three of us. But after even a week of being completely plant based i see such a difference in their behavior and attitudes. I canfeel thedifference in myself as well. Ifeel so much better now in so many ways. I do feel like I deprived them off something- those amazing flavors of the natural foods. They appreciate them more and more now, but when my kids wrinkled their noses at their first coconut I couldn’t help but think about your vegan story and how I hope their taste buds can change to appreciate such flavors. (They have learned to like it FINALLY) There was another point you made that I wanted to comment on, but I can’t remember now. Probably just as well, I’ve prattled on quite a bit as it is…

    • Sara
      • August 9, 2015
      • 12:02 am
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      I enjoyed reading your comment 🙂 Thank you. Our taste buds/pallets will change for sure when we start eat more naturally sweet foods, and less processed sugary foods. I remember the first time I had a coconut on my honeymoon on Kauai I thought it was gross. It tasted like cardboard water to me, haha, but now it’s so delicious and sweet to me. We just have to give ourselves some time. 🙂

  3. MV
    • September 12, 2015
    • 9:45 am
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    Thumbs up

  4. Lucy
    • February 21, 2016
    • 5:05 pm
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    amazing! a few weeks ago I was one of these people who felt sick seeing videos on youtube saying ”what my raw baby/kid ate”. even though I am myself trying to have a plant based diet I always thought that pregnant women and kids need dairy and meat in their lives. After reading a little bit more about it now I can see that vegan diet is not only suitable for adults but also for developing children. If they have access to vitamin B12 and all the other important minerals, why should be it considered anything but beneficial? After watching few of your videos I am now convinced that this is a right thing to do.
    I myself don’t have kids yet, my partner has a ‘standard’ diet so it may be a little more problematic but I still have some time to think about it all.
    But I have one fear that you only slightly touch here in your post – so what exactly happens when strangers give your daughter processed foods? Or how she reacts when she sees all the other kids eating chocolate, crisps, cheese sandwiches etc.? Is she willing not to eat the things that she was given or does she argue with you about it or have tantrums? How do you answer a question ”Mommy, why can’t I eat the same things as other kids eat?”?
    I am really curious about it, please, answer my question if you can 🙂

    I wish you and your beautiful family all the best and thank you for changing my opinion for the better!

    • Sara
      • February 26, 2016
      • 7:34 am
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      Aw, thank you for sharing your story. I am so happy to bring some new perspective into your life! 🙂

      So, Kaia is getting to the age where food is becoming a bigger part of her life (she’s almost 3 years old now). Before now she didn’t see processed foods as foods. We went to many kid birthday parties where the other kids were eating pizza and cake, and I made her my own version of pizza and cake. She was completely happy, and had no qualms.

      I am actually planning on not telling Kaia about veganism, or about animal abuse until she’s older. I originally was planning on telling her now, but now I can see that she will become de-sensitized to it (I’m going to make a video on this in the future). So for example, she eats avocado sandwiches on gluten free bread, and one day we were at the whole foods and she saw a sandwich but it was a deli sandwich with some kind of meat, and she said “Mama! I want that sandwich, I love sandwiches, can I have it?” and I looked at it, and I said “Well, that one has animals in it, and I don’t think we should eat that one.” and I NEVER explained that people eat animals to her, she said “Oh, ok…ummm…” and she picked up a vegan avocado sandwich and said “Does this one have animals in it?” and I said “No! That’s just an avocado sandwich, do you want it?” and so she got that one.

      We recently moved to Hawaii and our friends here are mostly health conscious and we haven’t had to deal with too many situations where shes around processed foods. We always try to simply find common ground with other kids… If I know a friend likes dates, I’ll bring dates to share and they are happy, and our friends know how we eat so they don’t offer Kaia stuff we don’t want her to have.

      The other day we walked around a store and I asked her what she thought about processed foods, I showed her pizza (which she knows because its on some of her kitchen toys, and tv shows) and I said what do you think about pizza? and she said “pizza… is… yucky” LOL, and we walked around the chips and stuff and she had no opinion because she doesn’t know what it is. Usually a “oh, we don’t eat that” is good enough for her for now. She also says eggs are gross because they are from a chickens butt and she never wants to eat it. LOL

      It’s kind of like if a child saw another child eating something that was not food… like paper, or cardboard… and the child is like… eww why are they eating that? and not so much “i want some!”

      Anyway, hope that was helpful. I’m not going to proof read, I have to get to bed. Hope theres not many typos 🙂 Good night!

      • Lucy
        • February 26, 2016
        • 9:22 am
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        Thank you SO much for your answer, it did help with my questions completely 🙂 It’s amazing how Kaia reacts to ‘normal’ foods and I hope you will not have any problems with that in the future. Best wishes to your lovely family 🙂

  5. Carollynne Kelly
    • February 29, 2016
    • 11:53 am
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    I have enjoyed reading your blogg and the comments. Wow and a huge congratulations to how you are reassign your daughter, and I know it is the best way to eat! We have 3 sons, all in their early 30s, and how I wish I had known all about this WOE then, They were all breast fed for 1 – 2 years so that is one good thing.
    It was my youngest son who brought the ethical reason to be vegan home to us, when he was in college, and now almost all of us are totally plant based. I cannot convince my husband, but he did give up all diary, and things like ice cream, chips, and has had to do it on his own. He is so resistant, aka stubborn, but still he has come a long way, and has never had a weight issue. So many changes are hard on him, even with the health issues that he has, but I cleared up all of my medical issues like obesity, Non alcoholic fatty liver disease, (yes) and also my high blood pressure is gone according to my doctor! I am amazed myself. Arthritis is not a issue either in my life! My Orthopedic doctor has not seen me in years now! My oldest son is a complete fanatic about being plant based and also a ethical vegan, won’t wear any clothes, wallet, etc from animal products! Not eve shampoo, and yes is gluten free as well. Makes all his own pizza crusts, and they are gf now too. Before that he made all our bread, and just recently decided to give up the breads. So you can imagine that my husband is outnumbered here!
    Your little girl is beautiful, keep up the good work! Do you belong to the Vegetarian Society of Hawaii. I have thoroughly loved seeing all the video lectures Dr Harris (RIP) for free for all of us! I think you are a blessed in so many ways, and wanted to say thanks for sharing your pictures and ideas with us all.

    • Sara
      • March 2, 2016
      • 10:08 pm
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      Thank you so much for your comment. I am so happy to hear that the plant based life style has changed your life so positively. Stories like yours are what people need to hear to be inspired to changed their lifestyle. My best to you 🙂

  6. Victoria
    • February 29, 2016
    • 7:07 pm
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    Thank you for this post! How do you combat people who say kids needs meat for iron, vitamin D and B? My lo is 8 Months and the doctor keeps pushing meat. Any resources I could show her?

    • Sara
      • March 2, 2016
      • 10:05 pm
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      Do you know of Dr. Campbell’s research? Have you seen “Forks over Knives”? Those are good resources. I found a holistic doctor that was supportive of almost every way we wanted to raise her. She says dairy and process foods are harmful, and she was mostly understanding of not feeding Kaia meat, but was hesitant at first. After she saw how healthy Kaia grew she said “you must be doing something right.” If you can, I would look for a supportive doctor. You can’t get vitamin D or B12 from meat unless the animals were supplemented those vitamins, so you could simply supplement those yourself if you choose, and iron is easy to get on a plant based diet as well. Doctors aren’t trained in nutrition, they simply follow whatever the government guidelines of the year are. Hope this was helpful 🙂

  7. Tammy
    • March 20, 2016
    • 6:08 am
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    I completely applaud you, you make so much sense.

  8. Kohann
    • April 24, 2016
    • 10:37 pm
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    Hello Sarah, my name is Kohann, I’m a french photographer and writer. I’m vegan for three years now and I wanted to thank you for your article. I’m writing a book about animal condition (only about philosophy, we have a lot of books about health) and now I’m on the part of the child conditioning and I have some friends who told me : Well you are right meat is not healthy BUT how do you do for babies, we need milk, after that they need meats for their growth” etc. I replied well you have the milk for your mother and a friend of mine (a nurse) told me “and what about the women who can’t give milk to their child?” ANYWAY I will process all these, I will think how to bring this information, I will watch all of your video too, thank you so much. I’m so glad to discover people and families like you in the world. Without knowing it you helped to build my future family 🙂

    • June 7, 2016
    • 12:39 am
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    Some women stop being vegan when they become pregnant, because either they or their doctors think a vegan cannot have a healthy pregnancy. On the contrary, as long as pregnant women, infants, and children are getting a reliable source of vitamin B12, they typically thrive on a vegan diet.

  10. Julie
    • September 24, 2016
    • 2:48 am
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    Luv ur blog n utube videos:) It can be difficult dealing with people who have not really done their homework, trying to convince you that not giving ur children another species breast milk is depriving them of their ability to be tolerant to lactose lol:) (so backwards). What I really want to respond ur “just be happy” video. I can really relate to everything u say n I thought u might b interested in a women named Katie Byron. She’s on utube and the net and I think you would luvvvv her. Keep on rocking it sister:)!!!

  11. Phillip Casado
    • December 23, 2016
    • 4:15 pm
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    thank you for sharing! great post

  12. catalina lopez
    • January 29, 2017
    • 9:59 pm
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    Great post! Totally agree with you on all.
    Would love to know or if you could share some tips on how to manage when other people give sweets or junk food to our children. My kids are vegan too but they have already tried candies given at parties…. I struggle every time we go out, and have arguments even with my own family members because I don’t want them to feed my kids rubbish. However, my daughter is nearly 5 and she gets upset with me and I am seen as the bad person

  13. Arielle
    • July 17, 2017
    • 8:47 pm
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    Love this! Very beautifully said 🙂 I am 22 and have currently been vegan for a year. I face a lot of judgment and and frequently receive questioning because of it, but it’s so important to stand firm and confident in our beliefs. You are such an inspiration! <3

  14. Ariana
    • December 16, 2017
    • 4:06 am
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    Great post! Can you ask why you guys add so many bananas in your smoothies ?

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