6 Types of Vegetarian Diets to Try in 2022| U.S. News

Susan S. Johnson

About 5% of the U.S. population follow a vegetarian diet, according to a survey by the Gallup Poll. That works out to more than 16 million people. 

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Being a vegetarian means abstaining from eating animal meat, including: 

  • Beef.
  • Fish.
  • Goat.
  • Lamb.
  • Pork.
  • Poultry.
  • Venison.
  • Seafood of all types (crabs, eel, lobster, mussels, scallops and shrimp).

The vegan diet, on the other hand, is typically a more restrictive eating regimen. Vegans don’t consume food made with anything that comes from an animal, including honey, milk and eggs. 

People choose a vegetarian diet for an array of motivations,

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Can You Relieve Eczema on a Vegetarian or Plant-Based Diet?

Susan S. Johnson
  • While some individuals have experienced relief from eczema after switching to a plant-based diet, there’s no conclusive evidence that this works for everyone.
  • Experts recommend that people with eczema eat a diet rich in nutrients that support gut and immune health.
  • If you’re thinking of switching to a new diet, get in touch with a dietitian or healthcare professional who can help make sure you’re meeting your body’s nutritional needs.

Eczema is a chronic, inflammatory skin condition that affects up to 1 in 5 children and about 3 percent of adults.

There’s no cure for eczema, and many people with

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The 9 Best Vegetarian Meat Alternatives You Can Buy, According To Nutritionists

Susan S. Johnson

It’s hard to spend any time in a grocery store these days without coming across the words “plant-based protein” splashed across all kinds of package labels. We have more options than ever for non-meat alternatives, so HuffPost talked to plant-focused chefs and nutritionists to find which brands they consistently reach for.

They have opinions about what to choose, and even about what to call the products themselves. “These vegan products are often described as a ‘meat substitute,’ but I prefer to call them an ‘alternative,’” vegan chef and cookbook author Sophia Hoffmann told HuffPost. “I’m not trying to

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My sister’s vegetarian & her boyfriend secretly fed her meat for ages

Susan S. Johnson

A VEGETARIAN who feared she had Celiac disease was left stunned when she discovered her boyfriend had been secretly feeding her meat for months.

Her sister first took to Reddit’s Am I The Asshole? forum last year, to complain about her sibling’s boyfriend and his inconsideration of her partner’s gluten intolerance.

A woman was left devastated after she found out her boyfriend had been secretly feeding her meat for months


A woman was left devastated after she found out her boyfriend had been secretly feeding her meat for monthsCredit: Getty

She then returned to the site earlier this week to offer an update, explaining that her sister had split from the man following a “huge blow

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