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A plant-based diet that does not include any animal products is known as veganism. Avoiding meat, dairy, eggs, and honey, it places an emphasis on grains, legumes, nuts, seeds, and fruits and vegetables.

Vegetarianism is a vegan diet that allows some dairy and eggs. To receive their protein, vegetarians eat plant-based meals and sometimes dairy or eggs instead of meat.

The goal of the low-carb, high-fat ketogenic diet is to put the body into a metabolic state known as ketosis, when it uses fat for energy rather than carbohydrates. Avocados, nuts, oils, and other high-fat foods are usually part of it, while carbs are limited.

Foods that are said to have been available to our Paleolithic ancestors are the main focus of the Paleo Diet. Grain, dairy, and processed food items are not allowed, but lean proteins, veggies, fruits, nuts, and seeds are.

The protein gluten is present in wheat, barley, and rye; a gluten-free diet gets rid of it. Consuming naturally gluten-free foods such as maize, quinoa, and rice is essential for those who suffer from celiac disease or gluten sensitivity.

A diet that takes its cues from classic Mediterranean fare, the Mediterranean diet encourages a diet rich in plant-based foods, moderate in fish and poultry, and low in processed and red meat.

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) sufferers can find relief on the low FODMAP diet by limiting their consumption of fermentable carbs (FODMAPs) such wheat, garlic, onions, and some vegetables and fruits.

The flexitarian diet is an adaptable eating plan that permits some meat and other animal items on occasion but mostly prioritizes plant-based meals. It encourages a vegetarian diet without being overly restrictive.

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