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Vegans also do not use products that have been tested on animals, like make-up and skin creams.
Animals are not to be exploited in any way, and the aim is to reduce (as much as is possible) the suffering caused to non-human sentient beings.
So that means no eating animal flesh or by-products, no using products tested on animals or containing animal by-products, and no wearing products derived from animal by-products. There’s only one way to be a vegan, but there are a couple of different variations in the diet of a vegan. For those who don’t know, a paleo diet is based on the types of foods presumed to have been eaten by our Paleolithic ancestors.
You see, people tend to see veganism as a diet, but actually it's a way of living that seeks to reduce harm and suffering. Two variations of a vegan diet are as follows: A raw vegan is a person who combines the concepts of veganism and raw foodism, excluding all food and products of animal origin from their diet, as well as food cooked at a temperature above 48 °C (118 °F). Followers eat a diet consisting mainly of meat, fish, vegetables and fruit, and excluding dairy, grains and processed food.
Do note that the paleo ideology has been debunked by science and numerous anthropologists (see here).
Like vegans, vegetarians do not eat any animal flesh: so no chicken, pig, cow, seafood or any other animal.
The fact that certain categories of vegetarianism still include meat, and all include some type of animal protein, doesn’t seem to be a consideration, and neither does animal welfare in many instances.
Veganism, however, is very clearly defined and there is no deviation.Due to forced milking, dairy cows suffer painful inflammation of the mammary glands (mastitis).If this happens too frequently, a cow will be sent to slaughter as she is “not profitable” in terms of milking.Also referred to as “lactarian”, this type of diet includes vegetables and dairy products such as milk, cheese, yogurt, butter, ghee, cream, and kefir, but excludes eggs.An ovo-vegetarian diet excludes meat, fish and dairy products but includes the consumption of eggs.This treatment of cows is the main reason vegans object to vegetarianism.