Vegetarianism is the practice of abstaining from the consumption of meat. Common reasons for adopting a flexitarian diet may be health, environment (see environmental vegetarianism) or reduction of resource consumption (see economic vegetarianism), which are also arguments in favor of adopting a fully vegetarian diet. While flexitarians may view the flexitarian diet as occasional indulgences, vegetarians may strongly resent the term and view it as cheating or as a moral lapse. Other than flexitarian diets that may include any type of meat, variations of this diet include:
Pollo-pescetarian: someone who eats poultry, seafood, and no other meat. In other words, someone who eats white meat only. This word is a combination of "pollotarian" and "pescetarian", it is also written as "pesce-pollotarian".