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You've read the books, watched the documentaries, and listened to the interviews. You know the benefits of eating a plant-based diet for your health, the environment, and the animals. 

But what about for your kids? 

It's one thing to make a big nutrition change yourself, but it feels completely different to make that choice for your child. 

Especially when friends, family, and even strangers start filling your head with doubts: 

I'm this kid's caretaker. What if I'm wrong? 

Will my child get all the nutrients they need to grow strong and healthy? 

Can my active child get enough protein and calcium? 

And that doesn't even get into the fact that a lot of kids are picky eaters — shying away from anything green — and are more attracted to a bowl of macaroni in the shape of animals than a plate full of veggies. 

But here's the thing: 

We want to instill in our children the same health and world values we have for ourselves. 

I know, because I've had to make that same decision while raising my own two kids, one of which transitioned to vegan while in preschool, and the other vegan from birth. Here's me with my oldest, making homemade vegan pizza (his favorite) a few years back: 

​​​​​​​And because of that decision we made for our family, we've have had to deal with the doubts and push-back you may be experiencing now. 

But as the years go by, and those two kids grow healthier, stronger, and more compassionate each day, my wife and I have zero regrets. 

If you've read this far, chances are you're planning to raise your own children on a plant-based diet, and you probably have questions on how it all works.

Which is why I'd like to introduce you to someone who can help...

Back in 2010, in the midst of starting a private nutrition practice, Pamela and her husband decided to transition their family of six to a plant-based diet. 

With children ranging from 2 to 9 years-old, there was a lot to consider for such a wide range of growing children (not to mention the fact that they had grown accustomed to certain non-vegan foods). Some days were more challenging than others, but Pamela and her husband took a gradual approach, listening to their kids' desires while pointing them towards plant-based foods. 

And they've never looked back.

Pamela knows from her own experience the benefits of raising a child on a plant-based diet, and in her practice as a Registered Dietitian specializing in plant-based diets, has had to field the countless questions and concerns that keep many parents from doing the same.

From toddler to teenager, Pamela has been through the process.

And now she wants to share that personal expertise and professional knowledge with you...

Providing you with the knowledge and confidence you need to raise children who grow and thrive on a healthy, plant-based diet. 

​​​​​​​Pamela and the team at No Meat Athlete have created a guide to plant-based nutrition for kids — from newborns to teenagers.

In the guide, you'll find everything you need to know about how to keep your child healthy when it comes to what they eat, including nutrient breakdowns by age group and transitioning your child from a conventional American diet to a whole-foods plant-based diet. 

In addition to the expert nutrition information, Pamela shares her practical, real-world advice on how to answer and handle many of the pressing questions and concerns you may have about transitioning your child, dealing with skeptics, and even picky eaters. 

This is your complete guide to ensuring your child gets what they need while on a plant-based diet. Here's a tour of all that's included in the No Meat Athlete Guide to Plant-Based Nutrition for Kids: 
Part 1: The Essential Nutritional Information for Each Age Group
These three guides take you through your child’s development from infant and toddler, to preschooler and school-age, to teen.

In each of the three age groups, you'll learn:

1. Key nutrients that can sometimes be difficult to get on a whole-food, plant-based diet.

2. Daily requirements for your child’s age.

3. Plant-based sources of each nutrient.

4. Recommendations for any supplements your child may benefit from, and how much they will require.

5. A printable chart of all the key nutrients, requirements, sources, and portions.
Part 2: Nutrition for Young Athletes FAQ Cheat Sheet

​​​​​​​Many parents keep their kids busy with different sports, and No Meat Athlete's guide to nutrition for children is designed with those kids in mind. 

After years of answering questions from mothers and fathers of active children, just like you, Pamela has compiled her FAQ Cheat Sheet addressing all of the special considerations those kids needs to follow when eating a plant-based diet. 

Even parents whose kids aren't necessarily athletes will find answers to big questions here, like... 

What do you do when your child is always hungry? 

How do you handle body image issues? 

You'll find answers to these and more in the cheat sheet. 
Part 3: The Plant-Based Parenting Video Series

​​​​​​​Understandably, parents raising vegan kids have a lot of questions. Dr. Pamela Fergusson answers those questions in a video series that gets to the heart of the key concerns parents have.

The five-part video series has a personal feel, but is packed full of nutritional information and practical parenting experience.

Here's a look at what they cover: 
What to Know When Raising a Vegan Child from Birth
In this video Pamela discusses all the most important issues parents will face when raising kids vegan from birth, including: is breast milk vegan? Are there any plant-based baby formulas? Can I give my baby soy milk? What about almond milk? Which supplements does my baby need?

This video will help put those questions to rest and give you some confidence in raising your healthy, happy, vegan baby.
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How to Transition Your Child to a Plant-Based Diet
Transitioning your family to a plant-based diet can be a challenge, but it can also be a very rewarding experience.

In this video Pamela talks about how to bring your children on board with the idea of going vegan. She also discusses the pacing of the change and how to deal with objections and concerns kids may have.
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How to Deal with Picky Eaters
One of the most common questions Pamela gets from parents is how to help picky eaters become more adventurous. It is so frustrating to prepare a beautiful meal and then have your children call it disgusting and not eat it.

In this video Pamela shares tips on getting your kids to branch out and try new tastes, textures, and flavors. She talks about building your children’s food literacy and bringing them into the kitchen to develop their food skills too. 
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Convenience Foods and Plant-Based Children
There is a lot of debate among vegans about convenience vegan foods. They can be tasty, but are they healthy? Should we let our kids have them? In this video Pamela talks about the pros and cons of convenience foods, and how to strike a good balance.
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How to Address Even the Worst Skeptics
Vegan families are often on the defensive, explaining their choices to concerned grandparents, aunts, doctors, or dietitians. But what are those concerns really about? In this video Pamela talks about how to respond to those concerns, when to engage with education and literature, and when to just draw a firm and polite boundary.
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Part 4: 10 Kid-Friendly Plant-Based Recipes

​​​​​​​Nutrition information and first-hand advice is crucial, but at the end of the day, will our kids even eat the food we put in front of them? 

So in addition to the informational heart of the guide, Pamela shares her 10 favorite, easy family recipes. Delicious, quick, inexpensive, and — most importantly — nutritious recipes her family loves. 

Yours will too.
All told, the No Meat Athlete Guide to Plant-Based Nutrition for Kids includes everything you need to feel confident and educated as you raise your child on a plant-based diet. And the library of kid-friendly recipes provides the perfect tools to get you started. 
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I hope I've done a good job of explaining just how much information and expert advice is inside this program. It's the confidence builder and nutritional resource you need when raising a plant-based child. 

But look, one of our primary goals at No Meat Athlete is to enable our community to feel confident about their plant-based decisions. And since you're a No Meat Athlete regular, we want to make it a total no-brainer for you to get in, check out the resources, and learn from one of the most qualified persons I for you, we've made it just $27. 

And of course, there's no risk for you, thanks to our 100% results guarantee: if you’re not totally thrilled with the information you receive in this program (technically, you've got two months), just shoot me an email, and I'll send you a 100% refund. No weirdness, no questions asked — if you think I don't deliver, then it's on me.

That means you don't have to worry — you don't have to worry about the doubts or skeptics, and you don't have to worry about raising your wonderful child on a healthy, whole-food plant-based diet.

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Q: Is there a guarantee?

A: You know it! We want you to love this, and to USE this.

Give it a try for a few weeks. If you're not happy with what you discover, just let me know within 30 days ([email protected]), and I'll put that $7 right back in your bank account, no questions asked. (I will, however, require that you use it to buy a Chipotle burrito, Starbucks drink, or a day pass at the local gym. No, not really.)

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