Vegetarian & Vegan; What's the difference?

This earth belongs to humans, animals and birds and other creatures as well. Everyone has equal rights on this earth and all should use those resources for their livelihood which others can get without suffering.

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Published on 9 Dec 2020 9:38 AM GMT

Vegetarian & Vegan; Whats the difference?
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Lucknow: Those who inspired the vegan diet believe that animals, along with humans, have the right to live on earth with complete freedom and freedom. This earth belongs to humans, animals and birds and other creatures as well. Everyone has equal rights on this earth and all should use those resources for their livelihood which others can get without suffering.

Vegan supports the freedom of animals:

Seeing the plate of food of Vegan Day supporters, you may feel that the vegetarian is being supported but it is different in some ways. Along with understanding this, we must first understand what is the difference between Vegan and Vegetarian while both are similar words.

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Difference of Vegan and Vegetarian:

Let us tell you here, there is a lot of difference between Vegan and Vegetarian. Vegan is a diet with a plan and vegetarian is a complete diet. Vegan does not use dairy products. Even honey and cosmetic are not used, whereas dairy products can be used in vegetarian.

When the Second World War rocked the world and people started thinking why so much for food? This idea arose from here when the Vegan Society was born in Britain in 1944.

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Even today this society is active so that the world can be taken towards vegetarianism. With this, another reason is given that at that time the B Games were not allowed to consume dairy production boats. They protested and stopped the egg consumption in protest and then it became a vegetarian movement in 1951 and has been celebrated every year since then. Louise Bellis came up with the idea of ​​turning it into an event 50 years later in 1994.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

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