Vegetarians, vegans and vegans do not eat meat for specific reasons: to protect the cause of the animal, to improve its health, or to promote more sustainable agriculture. But what makes a vegan different from a vegan or vegan?
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There are many reasons to become a person Vegetarian, Vegan or vegan, whether it is about his religion (Hinduism …), the desire to lose weight or to respect the animal cause. Vegetarians, vegans and vegans do not all eat meat. But there are differences between them:
Vegetarians do not eat any product of animal origin, so meat, milk, eggs or honey,
Vegetarianism is not alone Food (Vegan) is a way of life that excludes any product from animal exploitation. This means buying or not buying vegan leather shoes or sofas Door No fur, no use of cosmetics tested on animals, he does not go to zoo or circus to see performances with animals.
Pythagoras was the first person to define a vegetarian diet as we know it. Canvas by Peter Paul Rubens. Ier Pierre Paul Rubens, Wikimedia Commons, public domain