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a person who eats all kinds of foods

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an animal that feeds on both animal and vegetable substances

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Advantages: With great care and moderation an omnivore can easily get every vitamin and mineral their body needs.
Omnivore is a multi-fit holster that accommodates more than 150 styles of semi-automatic handguns with an accessory rail.
Each recipe is identified as vegan, vegetarian, omnivore or a combination of them.
Veganizer NYC is the first company to offer veganizing services to omnivore restaurants.
For example, the definition of musical omnivore employed by Peterson and Simkus (1992) required that they like traditionally highbrow classical musical and opera.
Acknowledging an overload of trendy diet information in the media, unlike most books on nutrition that advocate for a specific diet plan, this guide stresses that both vegetarians and omnivores can be healthy.
The Hatchet Job award was established in 2011 by literary website The Omnivore to honor "the angriest, funniest, most trenchant" review published in a newspaper or magazine.
Here, for instance, readers learn that a bandicoot is an omnivore.
The Study: In this small study from the Wroclaw Medical University in Poland, the diets of 22 vegetarian children and 18 omnivore children were recorded for seven days.
Our gastrointestinal tracts and bile acid patterns are those of an omnivore (like a bear), not a vegetarian.
The Liberty Heights program runs year-round and is priced for 13 weeks as follows: For full shares, the vegan option is $315, the vegetarian is $385, and the omnivore is $450.
In terms of omnivore type, Sullivan and Katz-Gerro (2007: 124) highlight "that younger age, higher education, higher income, and higher occupational status are strongly associated with omnivorous cultural preferences".
Even in the city, the usefulness of this omnivore is apparent, as they clean up messy trash cans and yards.
99) offers a wealth of fresh plant-based recipes from renowned vegetarian and omnivore chefs, including Susan Wu, Mark Bittman and Mary Lawrence.