Survey: Vegetarian teens on the rise

03/10/2003 | MSNBC

Nearly 40% of teens surveyed consider themselves vegetarians, a growing trend that has become noticeable on grocery shelves. But nutritionists caution that while a plant-based diet may prevent chronic diseases, the key element is for teens to take into account a "well-balanced and varied" diet.

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