What is the difference between being vegan and vegetarian?

Answer Vegan - person who never eats animal products: somebody who does not eat animal products for moral, social, or religious motives. See also ovolactovegetarianVegetarian - somebody not eating meat or... Read More »

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Health wise, is there a huge difference between being Vegetarian and being Vegan?

To Cliff. just saying that Vitamin B12 comes from bacteria not animals. It only exists so much in meat because of how unclean it is. It can certainly be found it vegetables that aren't washed prope... Read More »

What is the difference between being "physically vegan" as opposed to being "mentally vegan"?

No clue.Strict vegetarianism (the DIETARY component of VEGANISM, which is a philosophy and resulting lifestyle, is more aptly characterized as just that- a dietary choice.

Why is it good to be a vegan or vegetarian And what is the difference between the two?

Vegan doesn't eat any animal products (like Milk and Cheese and stuff), or meat obviouslyVegetarians just don't eat meat.I've been vegan for ~2 months (never ate much meat either) and I have loads ... Read More »

What's the difference between a VEGAN and a VEGETARIAN?

A "vegan" is basically a fanatical vegetarian who excludes any and every animal based product, such as eggs, cheese, leather, ect.