Vegetarian diet

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A vegetarian diet involves abstaining from the consumption of meat or fish, or products containing animal or fish/seafood.[1] Some vegetarians also avoid milk and dairy products, or eggs.[1] For the practice of avoiding the consumption of all animal products, see vegan diet.

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A vegetarian diet does not require any particular foods or products and can be followed by people in any part of the world.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 "Vegetarian Society - What is a vegetarian?". www.vegsoc.org. Retrieved Nov 16, 2018. 


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