A pescetarian (also acceptable spelling is 'pescatarian' – aka a pescevegetarian or a pesco-vegetarian) is someone who will not eat the flesh of any animals other than fish or other types of seafood. They may or may not also exclude other animal products like eggs and dairy from their diet. The diet has strong similarities to a traditional Mediterranean diet. It is quite common for someone to refer to themselves as a 'vegetarian' and to think it normal for a vegetarian to include fish and seafood, when in reality they are a pescetarian.
The following example meal plan has been designed for a pescetarian who includes all fish and seafood, milk, dairy products and eggs. It's nutritionally balanced for weight maintenance.
Like all plans, it is merely an example and needs to be adapted to suit an individual's own lifestyle, daily routine and nutritional requirements. Use this to give you an idea of what are healthy nutritious pescetarian foods to include, but don't forget to vary your food choices and to drink plenty of water through the day.
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