Vegetarians


Vegetarians

Probiotics products – yogurt
Yogurt is one of the most familiar sources of probiotics — “good” bacteria that keep a healthy balance in your gut. Studies suggest that probiotics can help ease lactose intolerance. They also may help tame gas, diarrhea, and other digestive problems. You can pay extra for special digestive yogurt brands, but any with “live and active cultures” listed may help.

Penta-vegans: Vegans who also do not consume yeast or honey, and often opt not to wear clothing and accessories made from animals (get rid of the leather Chesterfield sofa).

Vegan: Those who do not consume any animal flesh, products or by-products.

Frio-Vegetarian: Those who eat only frozen vegetables and fruit.

Ovo-Lacto-Vegetarian: Someone who eats eggs and milk, but does not consume any other animal products.

Lacto-Vegetarian: Someone who consumes milk but no other animal products or flesh.

Vegetarian and vegan products

• Vegetarian: This term describes someone who does not consume poultry, meat, seafood or fish.
• Semi-Vegetarian: A person who consumes dairy products, poultry (including eggs) and fish, but does not eat any other animal flesh or products.

Lactose free products

A lactose free diet means eating foods that have no lactose. Lactose is a sugar that is a normal part of milk products. Some people do not break down lactose well. They may not have enough lactase, the enzyme that breaks lactose down in the body.

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