pescatarian


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pes·ce·tar·i·an

also pes·ca·tar·i·an  (pĕs′kə-târ′ē-ən)
n.
A person whose diet is primarily vegetarian but also includes fish. Also called pesco-vegetarian.

[Perhaps Italian pesce, fish (from Latin piscis) or a kindred Romance word such as Spanish pescado, fish + (vege)tarian.]

pescatarian

(ˈpɛskəˌtɛərɪən) or

pescetarian

n
a person who eats fish but does not eat other types of meat
adj
of or relating to a pescatarian: a pescatarian diet.
[C20: from Italian pesce fish, modelled on vegetarian)]
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The spectrum of plant-based dietary patterns includes vegan (no animal foods), lacto-ovo vegetarian (dairy and eggs, but no animal flesh), pescatarian (fish and seafood, but no animal flesh), and semi-vegetarian or "flexitarian' (small amounts of animal flesh).
I tend to opt for plant-based menus - I myself eat vegan on weekdays and go pescatarian on weekends.
Plant-based eating continues to grow as a trend, whether that's full-on vegan (no dairy, eggs, honey or any product that comes from an animal), vegetarian (no meat or fish) or pescatarian (only fish in a vegetarian diet, but no poultry or meat).
Tucking into my fabulous corvina, so fresh it tasted as if it had just been caught that morning, I was in pescatarian heaven.
DAVID TANIS NYT Syndicate There are many ways to approach a pescatarian dinner.
It is typically the good old traditional steakhouse which everyone can enjoy, no matter if you're a vegetarian, pescatarian or a general beef lover.
Here, diners can expect plenty of vegan, vegetarian and pescatarian options, apparently designed with input from an in-house nutritionist.
Pescatarian prisoners can enjoy poached white fish with cheese sauce, with the additional option of roast beef with Yorkshire puddings on the menu.
He was a meat-eater, however, Lucy reveals: "The other day he said, 'I'm going to go pescatarian', and to be fair, he's pretty much been pescatarian since.
The Adventist Health Study 2 compared five diet patterns (non-vegetarian, semi-vegetarian, pescatarian, vegetarian, and vegan) among 96,000 participants, discovering that, overall, the more plant-based the diet, the greater the benefit for conditions like body weight; blood cholesterol, insulin, blood pressure, and inflammation levels; and risks of cancer, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and mortality.
My husband is making a slow change and is a pescatarian for now (a person who eats fish but not meat).