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Raw Vegan – Raw veganism combines the ideologies of veganism and raw foodism. It can be defined in various ways, but usually entails a person’s diet being at least 80% by weight, raw vegetables and fruits, nuts and nut pastes, grain and legume sprouts, seeds, plant oils, sea vegetables, herbs, and fresh juices. Raw veganism also excludes all food of animal origin, as well as food cooked at a temperature above 118 degrees Fahrenheit.
Vegan – A vegan diet is a plant-based diet that abstains from eating anything that comes from animals – no meat, milk, eggs or honey, for example. Some people, often referred to as ethical vegans, often include living a lifestyle that avoids leather, wool, silk and other animal products for clothing or any other purpose into their vegan beliefs.
Vegetarian – Vegetarian diets consist of grains, nuts, seeds, vegetables and fruits with, or without, the use of dairy products and eggs. A vegetarian does not eat any meat, poultry, game, fish or shellfish. Lacto-ovo-vegetarians eat both dairy products and eggs; this is the most common type of vegetarian diet and Lacto-vegetarians eat dairy products but avoid eggs.
Ominivore – Omnivores are those that eat both plant and animal material as their primary food sources. Omnivores can be either carnivores, whose diet consists mainly or exclusively of animal flesh or herbivores, whose diets consist mainly of plant based foods.
Paleolithic – Those who practice a Paleolithic diet eat mainly fish, grass-fed pasture raised meats, vegetables, fruit, roots, and nuts, and exclude grains, legumes, dairy products, salt, refined sugar, and processed oils. The diet is based on the idea that humans should consume a diet similar to that consumed during the Paleolithic era.
Microbiotic – A microbiotic diet is one which involves eating grains as a staple food supplemented with other food such as local vegetables and avoiding the use of highly processed or refined foods and most animal products.