lacto-ovo-vegetarian


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lac·to-o·vo-veg·e·tar·i·an

a vegetarian who consumes dairy products and eggs but does not eat animal flesh.

lacto-ovo-vegetarian

(lak″tō-ō″vō-vej″ĕ-ter′ē-ăn)
A person consuming a vegetarian diet that includes eggs and dairy products.
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'The take-home message of our study is that a low-calorie lacto-ovo-vegetarian diet can help patients reduce cardiovascular risk about the same as a low-calorie Mediterranean diet,' said lead author Francesco Sofi, Professor at the University of Florence in Italy.
Five studies focused on vegan diets, 2 on lacto-vegetarian, 10 on lacto-ovo-vegetarian diets and 15 on mixed types (vegan, lacto, lacto-ovo, pesco and/or semi-vegetarian).
For example, a lacto-ovo-vegetarian diet might be expected to provide more protein, calcium and phosphorous than a vegan diet.
Lipoproteins and other clinical-chemistry parameters under the conditions of lacto-ovo-vegetarian nutrition.
Self-reported results showed 7.7 percent were vegan (exclude all animal products), 29.2 percent lacto-ovo-vegetarian (include dairy products and eggs), 9.9 percent pesco-vegetarian (include seafood), 5.4 percent semi-vegetarian (eat animal products/seafood one or fewer times per week), and 47.7 percent non-vegetarian (eat animal products/seafood more than once per week).
Tom Regan became a lacto-ovo-vegetarian in the summer of 1972 and transitioned to being a complete vegan shortly thereafter.
A lacto-ovo-vegetarian eats dairy products and eggs.
Much of what is known about vegetarian diets and related health effects is based on research on lacto-ovo-vegetarian diets.
Researchers behind the Adventist Health Study-2 found that meat eaters had more than twice the prevalence of diabetes compared with lacto-ovo-vegetarians and vegans -- even after correcting for Body Mass Index.
* Lacto-ovo-vegetarians eat dairy products and eggs, but no red or white meat.