About 4% of China is vegetarian. Since China has a population of , that is roughly 1,325,639,982 (1.3 billion), that is roughly 53,025,600 (53 million). But there are many unknown monks (Buddhist and Shaolin) who live in isolation, whom are also vegetarians, that percentage could be higher.
China. India has a high percentage of lacto vegetarians.
Because they are referring to the person's diet. Many vegetarians call people who eat meat non-vegetarians while they usually call themselves omnivorous.
There are about 400 million vegetarians in the world, so 6 percent of the population are vegetarians.
there are many things vegetarians can eat for iron. tofu is a good source.
Despite the common statement that "Chinese eat everything", vegetarianism has actually been apart of several Chinese cultures for a long time. Today, there are around 50 million vegetarians in China.
There are many kinds of vegetarians. Some eat eggs and dairy products. Those types of vegetarians are known as "Ovo-Lacto Vegetarians." There are also vegetarians, known as vegans, who eat no animal products, whatsoever, including eggs, dairy, and honey. Many vegetarians give up eggs because of the known suffering that exists within the egg industry, and some vegetarians give up eggs for health reasons.
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It is about a fair split. While some will remain partial vegetarians, many will ultimatel bdome full-fledged vegetarians or even vegan after many years.
Yes, absolutely! In fact, many vegetarians probably prefer organic foods.
About 40% of the population.
Some are, but many are not.
243,000 - 3%
166,500 - 3.7%
81,000 - 1.5%
700,900 - 4.3%
92,000 - 2%
< 386,000 < 1%
30,000 - 0.3%
204,000 - 2%
595,000 - 8.5%
A few about 20 %
The European Vegetarian Union (EVU) provides the following statistics: Vegetarians - < 1,200,000 Percentage - < 2%