Vegetarianism vs Veganism

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INTRODUCTION

Thesis: Though veganism is a sub-category of vegetarianism, vegetarianism and veganism are two different words that almost have the same meaning but when defined, we realize that vegetarianism and veganism in spite of all of their similarities, differ from each other in such an important way that we should be able to differentiate one to the other with no difficulties.

I. Definition
A. What is Vegetarianism?
B. What is Veganism?
II. First similarity between vegetarianism and veganism is that they are not meat eaters A. Vegetarianism
B. Veganism
III. Second similarity between vegetarianism and veganism is that they both consume fruits, vegetables and grains A. Vegetarianism
B. Veganism
IV. Difference between vegetarianism and veganism is their personal belief or philosophy A. Vegetarianism
B. Veganism

VI. CONCLUSION

Vegetarianism or Veganism

Eating is the habit of consuming and providing food to the body in order to supply nutritional and medical needs to stay balanced and healthy. The kind of food that people eat defines their diet. There are several types of diet, some more effective and more healthy than others. Two of the most common diets used by humans are vegetarianism and veganism. Though veganism is a sub-category of vegetarianism, vegetarianism and veganism are two different words that almost have the same meaning but when defined, we realize that vegetarianism and veganism in spite of all of their similarities, they differ from each other in such an important way that we should be able to differentiate one to the other with no difficulties.

The free dictionary defines vegetarianism as “the practice of subsisting on a diet composed primarily or wholly of vegetables, grains, fruits, nuts, and seeds, with or without eggs and dairy products” (“Vegetarianism”)....
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