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Popular forms of vegetarianism today

Vegetarianism is divided into many different forms. If you are a beginner and don’t know what forms are available, let’s find out with Agri to ensure the right vegetarian diet and ensure health.

1. Vegan (Vegan)

vegan form of vegetarian food
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Vegan form is very popular in Vietnam. This is a form of vegetarianism that does not use any products related to animals, including: eggs, animal milk and products made from animal milk, clothing, accessories and footwear made from leather. or animal hair.

2. Vegetarian 1 (Vegetarian 1):

Vegetarian form: Vegetarian 1
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This is a form of vegetarianism that does not use eggs, does not use garlic, onions and spices with strong odors. At the same time, do not use meat, fish and seafood in generalng. Still using animal milk.

3. Lacto Vegetarian (Vegetarian 2):

  Lacto Vegetarian (Vegetarian 2)
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Lacto Vegetarian (Vegetarian 2) is a form of vegetarianism that does not use eggs, does not use red meat, fish, seafood in general but still uses dairy products from animals such as cow’s milk.

4. Lacto Ovo Vegetarian (Vegetarian 3)

Lacto Ovo Vegetarial does not use fish meat but still uses milk and eggs
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This form is quite similar to Lacto Vegetarial. However, Lacto Ovo is different in that it can use both milk and eggs from animals. Do not use red meat, chicken, fish in general.

5. Semi – Vegetarian (Semi-vegetarian)

This is a plant-based diet and sometimes includes meat. Semi – Vegetarian is divided into two types

5.1 Pollo vegetarian

This is a form of vegetarianism that does not use red meat and fish, but still eats chicken

vegan chicken breast — Vegan and plant based recipes — 86 Eats
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5.2 Pesco Pollo Vegetarian:

In contrast to Pollo Vegetarial, Pesco Pollo Vegetarial is the form that does not eat red meat but eats chicken and fish.

8. Pescatarian Vegetarianism:

Vegan 'fish finger' wraps |  Tesco Real Food
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Pescatarian is a type of vegetarian who does not eat meat, but only fish and plants. Besides still using milk

9. Flexitarian

This method minimizes the amount of meat in the diet. Vegetarian for the most part and only occasionally use meat and fish. Flexitarian is very versatile and especially suitable for people who are looking to lose weight

Vegan diet: how your body changes from day one
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Above are the popular forms of vegetarianism today, learn carefully to be able to choose for yourself a suitable and healthy vegetarian form.

Emilia Chaney
Emilia Chaneyhttps://agrisearch.net
My name is Emilia Chaney. I'm a social girl from Romania with a big smile and 3 passions: Agriculture, Travel and Social Media. I try to make this blog practical, full of great advice and inspiring ideas.

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