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vegetarian or vegan diet

Vegetarian and vegan diets are becoming more common today. Many people do not know the difference between them. Who are they? I will explain what they are and the health benefits they come from each of them in this article.

 

A vegetarian diet is defined as a diet that does not include meat, chicken or fish. There are three different types of vegetarians; lacto-vegetarians, ovo-vegetarians, and lactovegetarians. Lacto-ovo-vegetarian is a person who does not eat meat but still eats eggs and dairy products. A Lacto-vegetarian does not eat meat or eggs but always eats dairy products. Finally, an Ovo-vegetarian is a vegetarian that does not consume dairy products or meat, but who still eats eggs.

 

The Vegan diet is defined as a diet that does not consist of any animal product. Vegans do not eat meat, dairy products or any other animal product like honey. Some Vegans even go as far as avoiding the use of fabric with animal skins or furs like wool or silk. Vegans are a more extreme type of vegetarians.

 

Some studies have been conducted on both vegetarians and vegans. Researchers have found out that these two ways of life have many advantages when practiced correctly. It has been found that vegetarians and vegans have lower levels of cholesterol, lower risk of heart disease and healthy body weight. It has also been found that they are less likely to develop certain types of cancer.

 

Although there are many aspects of being vegetarian or vegan, it’s important that you do it well. There are many essential nutrients in the food that the body needs. It is important to make sure that you get these nutrients from other foods in your diet.

 

In short, a vegetarian diet or a vegan diet can be used. When properly done, both can help you lose weight and achieve your health goals.

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