Being a vegetarian or a vegan can mean many things, with definitions, reasons for the chosen diets and preferred menus varying from person to person. As such, the level of health imbued by veganism, say, also varies.
While no universal definition of veganism exists, the term stems from the idea that humans should live without killing or exploiting animals; this means no meat, eggs, milk and, for many vegans, even honey since the bees work for us. So-called ethical vegans extend this doctrine to include all animal products, and so avoid leather, beeswax candles and even bone China porcelain.
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