Do Vegetarians Eat Fish?

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Vegetarians do eat fish. They believe fish is good because it is low in calories and it is also good for the heart. In addition, fish is rich in protein, which is a nutrient that is really needed by the body.
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Vegetarians restrict themselves only of animal products. There are several types of vegetarians, those that choose to cut out the meat portion of their diet to those that eat no animal
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Most of the vegetarians do not eat fish but there are a number of those who eat meat and they are not considered as real vegetarians. Vegetarians eat only foods ...
B/c fish too have a nervous system and are able to feel pain and such, and vegetarians won't eat anything that might suffer from it. ...
B/c fish too have a nervous system and are able to feel pain and such, and vegetarians won't eat anything that might suffer from it. ...
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