An Ethical vegan found their way through ethics, meaning they care about the animals and the environment. An Ethical Vegan does not consume any animal by-products such as meat, fish, eggs, cheese, dairy, honey, etc. They do not wear leather, fur, silk, or any other clothes made from animals. They also do not use cosmetic products that were tested on animals, and usually refrain from shopping in stores that sell these products. As well as they do not support the entertainment exploitation of animals, such as zoos and circuses. This is a great type of vegan because they believe in equality for all living beings, and do not support the exploitation of animals in any way.
As the name suggests, a plant-based diet is a diet that focuses around plant foods: fruits, vegetables, legumes, grains, nuts and seeds, and zero animal products. No meat, fish, butter, milk, eggs, cheese, gelatin or other animal by-product.
A raw foods diet is made up of fresh, whole, unrefined, living, plant-based foods: fruits, vegetables, leafy greens, nuts, and seeds, which are consumed in their natural state, without cooking or steaming. People who adopt this diet are often referred to as “raw fooders” or “raw vegans.”
Environmental veganism is the practice of veganism based on the indications that animal production, particularly by intensive farming, is environmentally unsustainable. The primary environmental concerns with animal products are pollution—including greenhouse gas emissions (GHG)—and the use of resources such as fossil fuels, water, and land.