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    Mireia Lopez Nowadays vegetarianism is a "fashion" or a trend, meaning that more and more people are vegetarians. Vegetarianism as defined by The World Book Dictionary (1989) is " The practice or principle of eating only vegetable foods and refraining from eating meat, fish, or other animal products". Therefore, limits the nutrition of plant origin. But like everything we found different degrees of vegetarianism. Is called vegetarian or lacto-ovo-vegetarian to the people who does not eat meat,…

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    The Vegetarianism Versus the Non-Vegetarianism The vegetarianism includes people who doesn’t eat meat like vegans and like ovo-vegan who consumes the byproducts of animals like eggs, milk and honey. These are treated separately from non-vegetarians because the consumers don’t eat the meat directly. The statistics of WHO organization shows that the increment of vegans around the world arose to higher percentage and the fall of non-vegetarians depicts that meat eaters are changing their food…

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    If animal agriculture had this much of an impact over one hundred and seventy years ago, imagine the magnitude of impact it is having today. To provide land for the livestock, feed crops, slaughterhouses, and grazing fields, animal agriculture uses nearly seventeen million square miles of land. That’s about thirty percent of the earth’s land mass. Twenty-six percent of all ice-free land, seventy percent of all farming land, and thirty percent of all plant land surface is dedicated to animal…

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    saturated kind. Within this group there are three kinds of vegetarians: Total vegetarians / Vegans are those who exclude all kinds of meat and animal-based products such as milk, butter and eggs, Lacto-vegetarians are those who do not consume meat, chicken and fish but allow milk and milk products, Lacto-ovo-vegetarians are those who consume milk, milk products and eggs but exclude all kinds of meat. A vegetarian diet not only benefits the human body, but it could cause health problem. A…

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    nutrients that their body’s need because they don't eat me, but that’s not the case. Vegetarianism has become popular over the past few years. A vegetarian diet is broken up into three categories bases on the types of foods that are eaten. Vegans do not eat any foods that come from an animal, this includes eggs and dairy; lacto-vegetarians do not eat meat and eggs but will consume dairy and dairy products; lacto-ovo-vegetarians do not meat and will include both eggs and dairy in their diet. Most…

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    Vegetarianism in Islam Citations from the Qur'an and the hadiths of companions and caliphs about the vegetarian people The first biographers of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H.) show that he preferred vegetarian foods, saying that he liked milk diluted in water, yogurt with butter or nuts and cucumbers with dates. His favorite fruits, which were known to survive for weeks at a time, were pomegranates, grapes, and figs, and he liked a morning drink of dates soaked and crushed. He liked honey…

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    Veganism Is Nutritious

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    Veganism is Nutritious There is no denying that veganism is a very controversial lifestyle. Veganism is a well-known type of diet, which excludes all animal products as well as byproducts such as dairy, eggs, and honey. There are two different types of people who adopt this diet - those who ethically believe animals should not be put under scrutiny for human benefits and the others for health reasons. Non-vegan’s main argument is that a vegan diet is not nutritious enough to supply the body…

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    With the many different forms of vegetarianism, there are specific foods that some will consume and other foods that would be rejected. A Lacto-ovo Vegetarian would avoid meats like any vegetarian, but they would be open to consume dairy products and eggs. Similarly, a Lacto Vegetarian would avoid meats and consume dairy products, but would be against eating eggs as they would be categorized as an animal…

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    Vegetarian,” Fraser depicts personal incidents of dabbling in vegetarianism and uses this to assert that people should not be vegetarian and instead decrease the amount of meat consumed. Though humor may then seem to be the appropriate method of conveying her opinion, it is often detrimental towards her argument because it causes her ideas to seem nonsensical and often apathetic towards those who wholeheartedly believe in vegetarianism. Hyperbole is ubiquitous in Fraser’s essay and is used as a…

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    survive: cholesterol, protein, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals. While many of these are found in meats and other animal products as well as present in fruits and vegetables as well. The biggest concern for people converting to veganism/vegetarianism is how they are going to get their protein. For the essential kinds of protein one can eat things like potatoes, soy products (which contains all essential amino acids), wheat, rice, beans, and nuts. These foods are also great sources for…

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