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Vegan vs Vegetarian – what’s the difference?

Living a vegan or vegetarian lifestyle is a hot topic these days. Get more subscribers and followers with this enlightening report.

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Vegan or Vegetarian? They even sound kind of similar, but the names, vegan and vegetarian actually refer to pretty much two different styles of eating. When it comes to the vegetarian, he or she won’t eat animals and that will include beef, pork, poultry, and seafood. There are quite a few sub-diets under the umbrella of vegetarianism. Some of those who follow the sub-diets won’t eat eggs and some won’t eat dairy. Some will eat both, but will wear leather clothing!

A vegan won’t eat animals, removing everything to do with animals off their list. Even dairy, eggs, honey; by-products, they won’t eat that either. A vegan will more follow the vegan diet as a huge respecter of animals and the environment; theirs is more a moral conviction than a diet, even though their way of eating also has such huge health benefits.

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Here’s everything that’s covered in this report:

  • Vegan vs Vegetarian
  • Different Variations of Vegetarians
  • Raw Vegan vs Paleo Vegan
  • Health Benefits
  • B12 Deficiency
  • Vegan and Vegetarian Diet Considerations
  • Vegan and Vegetarian Celebrities