the Myths of Vegetarianism
does being a vegetarian mean?
There are many definitions
related to this lifestyle. People choose what works best for them. Here are
a few to give you a better understanding of just what people are talking about:
- A true vegetarian eats no meat,
whether it be beef, fish, poultry. They also don’t eat meat by-products
(beef or chicken stock, marshmallows, gelatin, etc.) either.
- A lacto ovo vegetarian doesn’t
eat meat like a vegetarian but does eat eggs and dairy products.
- A semi-vegetarian cuts back on
their meat intake on a daily basis.
- Pesco vegetarians eat fish but
no other meat.
- Pollo vegetarians eat poultry
but no other meat.
- A vegan is a strict vegetarian
who also avoids all animal products, including wool, silk, leather and any
other item made from an animal.
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