*"VEGETARIAN *VS* VEGAN"*
Whether someone is vegetarian or vegan, there are clear differences. Together, however, both forms of nutrition have the rejection of meat and sausage as food.
Whether someone is vegetarian or vegan, there are clear differences. Together, however, both forms of nutrition have the rejection of meat and sausage as food. Whether this is for moral or health reasons is secondary. Many are concerned with protesting against the non-animal welfare.
Others also have problems with their digestive system after eating meat or sausage. As different as human beings are, their likes, dislikes and habits are so different.
In terms of nutrition, factors such as the taste or the available budget of a person influence the individual consumption. Sometimes it even happens that an ethical opinion directs the way through the richly filled food shelves of a supermarket.
Outlook on life
If people feed themselves vegan or vegetarian, it is rarely the taste or the intolerance of the products. In most cases the mute protest against breeding and the often cruel mass conservation of farm animals is motivation for a meatless diet. But where is the difference between "vegan" and "vegetarian"? And is it healthy at all to forgo meat and co.
Healthy or unhealthy
The difference in both ways of life is quickly explained. "Vegans" do not consume animal products. This means that a vegan not only lives without meat, but also without the consumption of milk, honey, eggs, fish and gelatine . Often vegans even refuse to wear wool and leather. In addition, when purchasing everyday items such as detergents, detergents, cosmetics or paint, they ensure that no animal tests have been carried out to test the products.
"Vegetarians" are less radical. A large proportion of them only waive the consumption of meat and fish . The question of whether a "meatless diet" can be healthy is not easy to answer. Of course, meat contains important proteins that "vegans" and "vegetarians" can not easily replace. On the other hand, the argument that the excessive consumption of red meat can be proven to increase the risk of "colorectal cancer" - vegans and vegetarians escape this risk, so they also l"ive healthier".