People don’t necessarily have to avoid animal products completely when following a plant-based diet. However, they do incorporate a larger proportion of foods made from plants like fruits, vegetables, legumes, grains, nuts and seeds. Meat becomes more of a garnish on the plate rather than always taking center-stage. Some examples of plant-based eating patterns are vegan, vegetarian, and Mediterranean diets.
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