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A pescetarian diet excludes land animals and birds, but includes fish, mollusks, and crustaceans in addition to fruits, vegetables, plants, legumes, nuts, and grains.  Eggs and dairy may or may not be present in the pescetarian's diet.

Why pescetarian?

The pescetarian lifestyle is often adopted by people in transition to becoming veg*an or by those interested in a healthier, more ethical, and environmentally friendly way of life.

What kind of information can be found on this site?

Most of the information on this site revolves around the health and environmental benefits of excluding meat, dairy, and refined foods from the diet. Cooking recipes and product suggestions pertaining to the pescetarian lifestyle are also included, as are a host of books, videos, links, and reviews of the same.

Most of the current research on nutrition, that is applicable to pescetarians, revolves around the vegetarian diet. As a result, this site includes various articles and references which, although they promote a vegetarian lifestyle, can be easily applied to persons in a stage of transition, or to life-long pescetarians alike.

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