Rich Vegan Diet

Types of veganism


Types of vegan

Prominent types of this lifestyle include:

Dietary vegans

Often used interchangeably with “plant-based eaters,” this term refers to those who avoid animal products in their diet but continue to use them in other products, such as clothing and cosmetics.

Whole-food vegans

These individuals favor a diet rich in whole foods, such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, nuts, and seeds.

Junk-food vegans

Some people rely heavily on processed vegan food, such as vegan meats, fries, frozen dinners, and desserts, including Oreo cookies and non-dairy ice cream.

Raw-food vegans

This group eats only foods that are raw or cooked at temperatures below 118°F (48°C) (22

Low-fat, raw-food vegans

Also known as fruitarians, this subset limits high-fat foods, such as nuts, avocados, and coconuts, instead relying mainly on fruit. Other plants are occasionally eaten in small amounts.