Ep. 11 The uphill battle of raising vegan kids (and what to do about it)
Vegan Kids Nutrition · 13 minutes ·

Ep. 11 The uphill battle of raising vegan kids (and what to do about it)

Have you ever been judged, received a negative comment, or simply felt unsupported of your choice for raising vegan kids? I’m going to take a guess here and say: yes. 

It’s so common for so many vegan families to be looked down upon simply because of the dietary pattern we have chosen for our family. This leaves us feeling unsupported and for some of us doubtful of how we are feeding our vegan children. 

In today’s episode, I’m sharing with you a behind the scenes look of how raising kids on a vegan lifestyle feels like an everyday uphill battle. While this is primarily based on my personal experience, I felt called to share because I know that many of you will resonate with it. That’s why I’ll share with you the one true thing you should always carry with you to feel confident throughout your vegan family journey. 

Here’s what we cover: 

>> How receiving negative comments makes us question our choice
>> What you should carry throughout your journey to best handle negative situations
>> My personal journey on what I’m still learning in raising a vegan family
>> A personal story of encounter with a colleague who is not on board with a vegan diet for kids
>> The professional uphill battle of advocating a vegan lifestyle for children
>> How we all deserve to feel supported of our lifestyle of choice
>> The impact you are making in our world despite the judgement from others

Links mentioned in the episode

>> Episode 4 - How to turn negative comments into a lifestyle you are proud of
>> FREE Essential Starter Kit for Feeding Vegan Kids

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