This category is for a discussion of particular ways of eating in the broad sense; eating all natural foods such as were found during human evolution; eating a high protein diet; eating a low carbohydrate diet; eating a wheat and dairy free diet; eating a Mediterranean style diet high in monosaturated fats, seafood and vegetables, and so on. Weight loss diets are listed under Health/Weight_Loss
Sites selling food for special dietary options are listed under Shopping/Food/Diet/, not here.
This category is intended for food pyramids specifically relating to vegetarianism.

General information concerning the nutritional aspects of vegetarianism should be submitted to Health: Nutrition: Dietary Options: Vegetarian. Personal web sites, events, books and pet information should be submitted to the most appropriate sub-category within the Society: Lifestyle Choices: Vegetarianism category.

Information and resources for those following a low-carbohydrate or carbohydrate-controlled diet.
Sites selling food for special dietary options are listed under
Low glycemic diets emphasize the adequate intake of carbohydrates with a low glycemic index. Such a diet is neither low-carbohydrate nor low-fat in the traditional sense that these terms are used in weight loss programs.
Please only submit sites here that deal with the broad principles of the use of low glycemic diets and/or low glycemic foods.

Websites with emphasis on recipes belong at: Home/Cooking/Special_Diets

Please submit to the correct category. Incorrect submissions take much longer to process.

Sites listed here will be non-commercial, and mainly about the dietary choices called "Paleodiet".

Sites with more general content belong in a more general category, and sites with a focus on online sales belong in the appropriate Shopping/ category.

Vegetarianism is a choice to exclude all animal flesh (beef, pork, lamb, poultry, fish and seafood) from one's diet. Vegetarians may consume eggs and dairy products; those who do not are termed vegans (/'vee-gn/).
Sites listed here will focus on the health and nutritional aspects of vegetarianism.

All other sites, including personal web sites, organizations, analyses of the issues, events, books, pet information etc, belong in the most appropriate sub-category of Society/Lifestyle_Choices/Vegetarianism