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Flexitarian - A semi-vegetarian, or flexitarian, diet is one that is plant-based with the occasional inclusion of meat products.
Gluten-free - excludes the protein gluten. Gluten is found in grains such as wheat, barley, rye, and a cross between wheat and rye called triticale. A gluten-free diet is primarily used to treat celiac disease.
Omnivorous - eating both plants and animals
Paleo - a diet based on the types of foods presumed to have been eaten by early humans, consisting chiefly of meat, fish, vegetables, and fruit, and excluding dairy or grain products and processed food.
Pescetarian - do not eat any land animals or birds, such as beef, pork, chicken or turkey; however, they do eat fish and other seafood, such as shrimp and clams. Vegetarian foods, such as fruits, vegetables, beans, grains and nuts, are also allowed on a pescatarian diet.
Pollotarianism - eats chicken or other poultry, but not meat from mammals, often for environmental, health or food justice reasons.
Polpescetarian - similar to a flexitarian diet, with the added restriction that you eat only poultry, fish and seafood. To comfortably progress to this diet, start by replacing all red meats with poultry, fish and seafood.
Raw food - includes raw vegetables and fruits, nuts and nut pastes, grain and legume sprouts, seeds, plant oils, sea vegetables, herbs, mushrooms, and fresh juices. Also, it excludes all food and products of animal origin, as well as food cooked at a temperature above 48 °C (118 °F).
Vegan - the practice of minimizing harm to all animals, which requires abstention from animal products, such as meat, fish, dairy, eggs, honey, gelatin, lanolin, wool, fur, silk, suede and leather.
Vegetarian - includes only foods from plants: fruits, vegetables, legumes (dried beans and peas), grains, seeds and nuts.