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www.theguardian.com/travel/2016/apr/28/why-being-vegetarian-traveller-hard-to-swallow

Apr 28, 2016 ... In India, where I grew up, I was never considered vegetarian enough. I do not eat fish or meat, but I do eat eggs, which meant outing myself as a ...

wwws.fitnessrepublic.com/nutrition/healthy-eating/vegetarian-types-what-kind-of-vegetarian-are-you.html

Feb 27, 2017 ... Pescetarians are a kind of vegetarians who abstain from all meat and flesh, with the exception of fish. Pescetarians typically eat other ...

www.livescience.com/37102-vegetarians-live-longer.html

Jun 3, 2013 ... Eating a plant-based diet may lead to a longer life, according to a new ... products and eggs; pesco-vegetarians, who eat fish but rarely meat; ... The Adventist Church recommends, but does not mandate, a plant-based diet.

www.nidirect.gov.uk/articles/vegetarian-and-vegan-diet-0

Vegetarians don't eat any meat, fish, seafood or animal by-products such as gelatine, but the majority of vegetarians ...

www.tastingtable.com/dine/national/vegetarian-food-trends-do-vegetarians-eat-sushi-pescatarians

Nov 13, 2015 ... What I do remember, however, is the most recent time I ate sushi, as it was just a few weeks ago. ... Explaining to others that I'm a vegetarian who occasionally eats sushi—but no other meat, including no other fish—isn't fun, ...

www.vrg.org/journal/vj2001sep/2001_sep_omega3.php

Vegetarian Journal Sept/Oct 2001. American Heart Association Calls for Eating Fish Twice Per Week - What's a Vegetarian To Do? by Gail Nelson, MPH, RD ...

www.fitday.com/fitness-articles/nutrition/healthy-eating/vegetarian-substitutes-for-fish.html

While fish is an excellent source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids and can provide numerous health benefits, some types of fish are high in environmental ...

www.petalambs.com/features/jesus-eat-fish

If you're a Christian who follows a vegetarian or vegan diet, you may have ... or not Jesus ate fish, but there are two things that we do know for sure: 1) In today's  ...

www.thebigfatcat.com/m_vague_stuff/veggie.htm

The first type (and the least "extreme") is called a White Vegetarian. These people do not eat red meat but do eat chicken and turkey, fish and seafood. This is ...