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Effects of Different Dietary PracticesAcross different countries, people adopt various dietary practices. The two common dietary practices include vegetarian and meat-eaters. Being a vegetarian means that a person consumes only vegetables, fruits, legumes, seeds, grains, and nuts. Vegetarians also consume dairy products and eggs, but they avoid all other hidden animal products such as gelatin, chicken stocks and beef. On the other hand, Meat-eaters consume various animal products. According to the already conducted research on these two dietary practices, it has been revealed that vegetarian foods are a major source of nutrition needed for a good health. This paper explores the differences between these two dietary practices.According to different medical studies, vegetarians have a lower probability of developing various diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and high blood pressure. This has been attributed to the fact that healthy vegetarian diet has high fiber, and low fat.
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