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People integrate various types of diets for health, taste, respect for nature and conscientious reasons, and as awareness increases, there is a decrease in their dominant diet. This rapidly increases the number of people who adopt dietollar series such as vegan, vegetarian .

Today, although the vast majority is fed as “omnivorous” , there are actually a series of different diets including millions of people. In particular, as the importance given to animal rights increases, it is predicted that in the distant future , plant-based nutrition will dominate.

Dietary patterns:

  • Veganism
  • Vegetarianism
  • Lacto-vegetarianism
  • Ovo-vegetarianism
  • Vegetarianism
  • Pesketarianism
  • Flexitarianism
  • Frutarianism
  • Paleoluk
  • Jainism (98009709) (9800970)

Everything is for the good of animals: Veganism

They do not consume any animal products. It even includes honey. This situation is not limited to nutrition only; they do not prefer to wear leather and fur , they do not use animal-tested products.

Non-strict version of veganism: Vegetarianism

They do not consume any meat, whether red, white, fish, but milk, yogurt, cheese, they eat animal products such as honey . Leather, although some may be sensitive in the use of fur, does not contain all.

Society for those who do not eat eggs: Lacto-vegetarianism

They continue not to consume meat, their doors are open to dairy products, but they do not consume eggs. In fact, the fact that the egg is technically “chicken menstruation” and the male chicks are killed alive are effective in this decision.

Never without eggs: Ovo Vegetarianism

Again, they never eat meat, they don’t consume dairy products, but eggs They continue to consume.

Non-appointed vegans: Vegetarianism

No difference from vegans in terms of diet, but animal products such as fur, leather they can use.

Those who do not compromise on raki-fish: Pesketarianism

Origin of the word in Latin “fish” means “piscis” It’s based on. Their diets are very similar to vegetarians, the only difference is whether they consume fish or not. Many pescatarians who consume fish and seafood have the desire to one day switch to vegetarianism.

Vegetarians’ “flexible” version: Flexitarianism

Even if they don’t eat meat, they’re not too strict about it, occasional small they can dodge. Some can eat because they have to, some because they miss the taste of meat.

Those who do not consume cooked or processed fruits and vegetables: Frutaryen

Even they do not even pluck the branch , the fruit that falls on the ground and they feed on vegetables. They argue that it is more healthy and natural.

Also known as “Caveman Diet”: Paleo

Also known as “caveman diet” , ” The “stone age diet” or “hunter-gatherer diet” consists of feeding on wild plants and animals eaten by Paleolithic humans , including modern foods.

One of the most important elements of the diet is to avoid foods that were not available in the Paleolithic Age. For example, processed animal foods (butter, milk, yogurt, etc.), wheat products, legumes, refined oils (vegetable oil, corn oil, canola oil, margarine, etc.) and refined sugar are some of them. After 2010, the Paleolithic diet has become the fashion diet of the 21st century.

Those who do not even harm bacteria: Jainism

Jainism is actually a . The members of this clan try not to harm even microorganisms, as they focus on not harming any living thing. They even wear masks for this reason . Moreover, since small creatures die in the harvest of some plants, they do not eat those plants.

Jains may choose not to eat after sunset, for a rather interesting reason: They believe that tiny microorganisms appearing in the dark can cause their death. Of course, not all Jains are that strict, the degree of strictness varies from person to person.

All for the good of the Earth: Planetarium

37 researchers from 16 countries came together to develop a diet that is best for the planet. It is a type of nutrition that occurs with the formation of Benefiting nature is very important in this diet.

Although animal products are largely prohibited in this diet, which recommends an average of 2500 calories per day, it is not completely prohibited. We can say that all other forms of nutrition “found the middle way” .

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