How would you classify your diet?

January 11, 2017
  • 1. Vegan
  • 2. Vegetarian
  • 3. An omnivore
  • 4. Primarily a carnivore
  • 5. Pescatarian

In the pursuit of proper nutrition, which today is associated not only with healthy products, as well as a trend or a tribute to fashion, some people become vegans or vegetarians. Their difference lies in the fact that vegan is a strict vegetarian, who consumes only foods of plant origin, completely abandoning the food of animal origin. The main argument for this position is a highly negative attitude towards the killing of animals and fish. Vegetarian is a person who gave up meat but can consume milk, dairy products, and eggs.

Some people do not consider it advisable to abandon animal food: first, it is a source of protein, and secondly, it’s delicious. Their diet is diverse and includes any food. Another category – people who eat mostly meat, giving it the preference among other products.

So, who are you: vegan, vegetarian, omnivore or a person who eats mostly meat?

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