lacto-vegetarian


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lac·to-veg·e·tar·i·an

 (lăk′tō-vĕj′ĭ-târ′ē-ən)
n.
A vegetarian whose diet includes dairy products.
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lacto-vegetarian

n
a vegetarian whose diet includes dairy produce and eggs
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Translations

lacto-vegetarian

[ˌlæktəʊˌvedʒɪˈtɛərɪən] Nlacto-vegetariano/a m/f
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lacto-vegetarian

a. lactovegetariano, que sigue una dieta de vegetales y productos lácteos.
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References in periodicals archive ?
Instead, you can just be a lacto-ovo-vegetarian and include dairy products and eggs in your diet, or lacto-vegetarian and include dairy products in your diet, or ovo-vegetarian and include eggs in your diet.
* A lacto-vegetarian eating pattern allows plant and dairy products but excludes red meat, seafood, poultry and eggs.
These include semi-vegetarian (flexitarian), pesco-vegetarian, lacto-vegetarian, ovo-vegetarian, lacto-ovo-vegetarian, vegan, and raw food vegan diets.
The article "Plant-Based Diet for Heart Health" explains that there are multiple kinds of plant-based diets, most commonly including vegan, lacto-vegetarian, and lacto-ovo-vegetarian.
A vegetarian diet in this study was described as a lacto-vegetarian diet without eggs, meat, fish, and poultry with a few exceptions that omitted dairy.
Strategies that help combat this aspect of the immune response include maintaining healthy teeth and gums; getting treatment for systemic infections; taking a daily low-dose antiinflammatory such as aspirin with your doctor's okay; and consuming an antiinflammatory diet with plenty of whole grains, vegetables (including celery and peppers), fruits, tree nuts, choline-rich eggs and beans, lean meat or fish (or no meat or fish in my case as a lacto-vegetarian), while avoiding junk food and processed foods such as refined carbohydrates, trans fats, and meats and dairy products with high levels of saturated fat.
* Lacto-vegetarian. This diet is one which allows milk products.
* Lacto-vegetarian. This diet is one that allows milk products.
of cases Percentage Mixed 10 20 Lacto-vegetarian 40 80 Alcoholism 13 26 Table 5: Distribution of the patients according to signs Signs No.
Vegan diets were examined in two trials, a lacto-vegetarian diet in one, and lacto-ovo-vegetarian diets in the remaining four.
Most patients transitioned to the whole foods plant-based diet from the meat and processed foods dietary pattern, with only a few eating ovo-lacto or lacto-vegetarian diets before participating in the study.
This pure approach is different from a lacto-vegetarian diet that allows dairy, and the lacto-ovo vegetarian, who doesn't eat animal flesh of any kind, but does consume dairy and egg products.