Should I Go Vegetarian?


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How many times do you eat red meat per week?

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How much are you willing to spend on vegetarian food per month?

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Do you care about the environment?

Do you like eating fish?

What do you think of Vegetables?

Should I Go Vegetarian?
Basic vegetarian

A basic vegetarian diet excludes meat, poultry, and fish from the diet. However, there are subcategories of the vegetarian diet, which get their names from the food types that they include:lacto — allows the inclusion of dairy products but not eggs ovo — allows eggs but not dairy lacto-ovo — allows both dairy and eggs
Partial vegetarian

A partial vegetarian will exclude most meats from their diet but will include either fish or poultry. For example, a pescatarian will eat fish but avoid other meats. A pollo-vegetarian, or pollotarian, will include poultry but no other meats.

A flexitarian primarily eats a vegetarian diet. Where they differ from other vegetarians is that they will occasionally eat small amounts of meat, poultry, eggs, and fish.

A vegan will avoid consuming any animal products, including meat, fish, poultry, dairy, eggs, and honey.

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