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omnivore

(ŏm′nə-vôr′)
n.
An omnivorous animal: "Humans are quintessential omnivores" (Paul Rozin).

omnivore

an organism feeding on both animals and plants. For example, humans have teeth adapted to chewing both types of material. See also CARNIVORE.

omnivore

an omnivorous animal.
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Multiple formulations of cultural omnivorism and various underlying principles and reasons for historical changes in the class bases of cultural tastes notwithstanding, the body of empirical research purportedly verifying the existence of class-delimited cultural omnivores in various international contexts is now voluminous (Peterson 2005).
These omnivores may vary according to age and taste, but consume a multitude of out-of-home cultural activities (both 'highbrow' as well as 'lowbrow') as opposed to more conservative univores.
everything " meaning itself word the plants, and meat both eat Omnivores 2.
Although the vegan women were found to have a slightly lower mean ultrasound attenuation, compared with omnivore women, the difference was not statistically significant.
St Andrews professor Anne Magurran said: "Contrary to popular belief - and their sharp teeth - piranhas are omnivores.
They looked at the body mass index (BMI) of semi-vegetarians (who eat some meat, dairy, and eggs), lacto-vegetarians (who consume milk but not meat or eggs), vegans (who consume no animal products), and omnivores (who eat all foods).
They noted other research showing that vegetarians of all ages and both sexes were leaner than omnivores.
000001) in vegan men [41 (8-240) pmol/L] than in omnivores [95 (62-210) pmol/L], as was the TC saturation in the vegans [0.
A DOGS are omnivores, which means they can eat anything, and can digest the same type of food as us.
Earlier work by Twigg and other colleagues also showed that herbivores are generally more tolerant of the toxin than carnivores, with omnivores intermediate in their tolerance.
People and herbivores extensively chew their food, he says, whereas swallowing food whole is the preferred method of carnivores and omnivores.
Despite years of education (one shopper called it "nutrition propaganda") on the health hazards of eating red meat, most of our shoppers continue to live and shop as happy omnivores.