lactovegetarian


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lactovegetarian

 [lak″to-vej″ĕ-tar´e-an]
1. a person who excludes from the diet all animal flesh (meats and fish), but will eat foods of vegetable origin as well as milk and milk products.
2. pertaining to such a diet.

lac·to·veg·e·tar·i·an

(lak'tō-vej'ĕ-tār'ē-ăn),
1. One who lives on a mixed diet of milk and milk products, eggs, and vegetables, but eschews meat.
2. A vegetarian who consumes milk and dairy products but not eggs or meats or seafood.

lac·to·veg·e·tar·i·an

(laktō-vej-ĕ-tarē-ăn)
One whose diet contains only vegetables and dairy products.
See also: vegetarian, vegan

lac·to·veg·e·tar·i·an

(laktō-vej-ĕ-tarē-ăn)
One who lives on a mixed diet of milk and milk products, eggs, and vegetables, but avoids meat or seafood.
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Studies involving AS and other rheumatic diseases report dietary interventions such as fasting, vegan diet, and lactovegetarian diet (25, 54).
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Lactovegetarians cut out meat, poultry, fish and eggs, but they use dairy products.
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(5) Vegans are perceived to be at greater risk than the general public, including lactovegetarians, because plant-based diets are generally relatively low in iodine.
For lactovegetarians, milk is a very important source of vitamin [B.sub.12] (Balk & Russell, 1999).
For starters, although most vegetarians avoid all meat, fish and poultry, individual vegetarian styles can vary, resulting in the three main groups of vegetarians: Vegans, or strict vegetarians who avoid eating all animal products; Lactovegetarians who eat milk, cheese, and yogurt, but avoid eggs and foods containing eggs; and Lacto-ovo vegetarians who eat milk, cheese, yogurt, and eggs.
In this study, women were asked whether they considered themselves to be omnivores, semivegetarians (sometimes eat fish), lactovegetarians, or vegans.