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Alicia Silverstone to feature kind mamas in next book about vegan pregnanciesAlicia Silverstone to feature kind mamas in next book about vegan pregnancies

Alicia Silverstone Seeks Help from Kind Mamas for Next Book

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Are you a fan of Alicia Silverstone? Do you have the recurring dream of one day being featured in one of her books? Well, today is your lucky day . . . if you’re a woman.

She is currently reaching out to all “kind mamas” for anecdotes about those who have had vegan pregnancies. As she writes, “I know not all of you are kind mamas, but I’d love to hear from those of you who have had a kind pregnancy…and for those of you who don’t have kids yet, hopefully this info will be helpful!”

Silverstone has posted a series of questions for vegan mamas out there and she just might select your story as part of her next book, “The Kind Mama.”

As we all know, Silverstone is a kind mama herself and wants to help her fans – and everyone – live a healthier, sustainable life, which she hopes to do with this book.

The mommy/baby loving book will provide a variety of tips and as Silverstone beautifully puts it, “I want to give women an easy-to-follow resource that’s as inspiring as it is informative. I want women to know that they have the power to not only have an amazing pregnancy without anxiety and discomfort, but also to feel beautiful while doing it.”

The book isn’t expected out until 2014, but there’s still time for you to submit answers. Get writing!

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  • L Austin

    In parts 1 and 2 of this programme there are interviews with mothers who have been vegan from before conception and also Dr. Frey Ellis mentions that pregnancy in vegan women is one of the things his hospital has been doing extensive tests on;

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