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A predominantly vegetarian diet, in which meat is occasionally consumed.


Plant based protein preferred

Individuals who follow a semi-vegetarian diet emphasize plant-based foods and plant-based, vegetarian sources of protein.

Occasional meat

They also eat some animal products, but not much.

Fruits and vegetables

The semi-vegetarian diet is loaded with fruits, vegetables, whole grains, beans, nuts, seeds, legumes and many heart-healthy oils, such as olive oil.

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