Pescetarianism

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Pescetarianism means having a diet that includes seafood but not poultry or red meat. Vegetables, fruit, grains, nuts, beans, eggs and dairy are usually although are not always included.[source?]

The word "pescetarian" has been traced back to the early 1990s. People usually become pescetarians for reasons of health.