March 2003 Issue
So You Want to Be a Vegetarian? EN Answers Your Questions
Have you pondered becoming a vegetarian? Or at least cutting back on animal foods in your diet? You may wonder how to get started. Here, EN answers some frequently asked questions about vegetarian diets. Q. What is a vegetarian? A. A vegetarian does not eat meat, poultry or fish, but does eat grains, beans, nuts, fruits and vegetables. There are, however, several variations on this eating style. For example, lacto-ovo vegetarians consume milk products (lacto) and eggs (ovo), but no meat, poultry or
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