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VEGETARIAN DIET prepared by: Alicia Ramos Registered Dietitian
A vegetarian is a person who does not eat some or any foods of animal origin.
Types of Vegetarian Diet
Total Vegetarian/ VEGAN Eat plant foods only
Lacto-Vegetarian Eat plant foods, milk and milk products, but avoid eggs and flesh foods (meat, fish and poultry).
Ovo-Vegetarian Eat plant foods and eggs, but avoid milk, milk products and flesh foods.
Lacto-Ovo Vegetarian Eat plant foods, milk, milk products and eggs, but avoid flesh foods (meat, poultry and fish).
Pesco/Pollo Vegetarian Eat meats like seafood and chicken, but do not eat other meats, such as beef, lamb, and pork
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