VRG in the news. (Notes from the Scientific Department).
VRG VRG Varig (Viacao Aerea Rio-Grandense, Brazil, ICAO code)
VRG Vegetarian Resource Group
VRG Ventral Respiratory Group
VRG Vaccinia-Rabies Glycoprotein (gene)
VRG Vision Research Group
VRG Vortex Ring Gun Nutrition Advisor Suzanne Havala Hobbs, DrPH, RD, was interviewed for a story in the magazine Oxygen about the pros and cons pros and cons
the advantages and disadvantages of a situation [Latin pro for + con(tra) against] of eating a vegan diet vegan diet (vē´gn),
n the strictest form of vegetarian diet, which prohibits the consumption of all animal products, including and for another about the benefits of eating breakfast. She was also interviewed for a story in The New York Times Magazine about raw foods diets and by the Raleigh News & Observer for a story about the most and least nutritious foods for your money. VRG Food Service Advisor Nancy Berkoff, EdD, RD, was on the nationally syndicated Michael Reagan Show. Nancy was invited to present the pro-veggie point of view on the topic of vegetarianism vegetarianism, theory and practice of eating only fruits and vegetables, thus excluding animal flesh, fish, or fowl and often butter, eggs, and milk. In a strict vegetarian, or vegan, diet (i.e. , and an RD for the Beef Council was speaking "against" veggie diets. Nancy managed to get the other dietitian dietitian /di·e·ti·tian/ (di?e-tish´in) one skilled in the use of diet in health and disease.
di·e·ti·tian or di·e·ti·cian
A person specializing in dietetics. to admit that a beefless diet could be healthy! And that adolescents who decide to eat veggie do not have eating disorders! Nancy also wrote an article for Food and Health Communications (a newsletter for RDs and health care professionals) on mainstreaming the vegetarian lifestyle.