Where vegetarians mostly don’t eat meat, fish or poultry, they may eat dairy products like cheese, eggs, yoghurt and milk. Vegetarianism has come to be quite a broad description covering a few different food choices. Lacto-vegetarians will eat dairy, but not eggs. Ovo-vegetarians will eat eggs, but not dairy. Lacto-ovo vegetarians will eat eggs and dairy products. Some people call themselves vegetarians and eat fish and chicken but not meat. Others refer to themselves as pescatarian when eating fish but not chicken or meat. There are different reasons behind a vegetarian choice. It may be purely for health, for economic or religious reasons, for moral or eco reasons or simply from preference. Vegans, strictly speaking will eliminate all animal products including dairy from his or her diet and from his or her wardrobe and home. Things like leather shoes, furniture, belts and handbags may be avoided along with other products derived from animals like wool, silk and feathers. Generally, vegans have huge humanitarian feelings towards animals and this becomes an overarching feature in the way they live their lives. Although a vegan lifestyle may be chosen for health, eco or other reasons, veganism is generally associated with compassion for animals, humans and the earth.