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Pescetarianism - pescetarianism is a type of vegetarianism that allows for the consumption of fish and seafood, but restricts the consumption of other animal products, such as red meat, poultry, and dairy products. Pescetarianism is often motivated by ethical, environmental, and health concerns, and it can provide a range of health benefits, including improved heart health, reduced risk of certain cancers, and improved weight management. Pescetarianism can also provide a more sustainable and environmentally friendly diet, as fish and seafood production typically requires fewer resources than red meat and poultry production.
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