Diet in Hinduism

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Diet in Hinduism varies with its diverse traditions. Many Hindus follow a Lacto-vegetarian diet that they believe is in sync with nature, compassionate, respectful of other life forms. Diet of non-vegetarian Hindus can include fish, poultry and red meat in addition to eggs and dairy products. For slaughtering animals and birds for food, meat-eating Hindus often favor jhatka style preparation of meat since Hindus believe that this method minimizes trauma and suffering to the animal. Ancient Hindu texts describe the whole of creation as a vast food chain, and the cosmos as a giant food cycle. [[Category:Uncategorized

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