When vegetarians eat meat: Why vegetarians violate their diets and how they feel about doing so

@article{Rosenfeld2019WhenVE,
  title={When vegetarians eat meat: Why vegetarians violate their diets and how they feel about doing so},
  author={Daniel L Rosenfeld and A. Tomiyama},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2019},
  volume={143}
}
Many people who self-identify as vegetarian actually eat meat on occasion. Surveys documenting this phenomenon have become abundant over the past two decades, and recent studies have begun to explain why some vegetarians are more likely to violate their diets than others are. However, qualitative research detailing the experiences of vegetarians eating meat is sparse. In the current study, we surveyed 243 vegetarians, 124 (51%) of whom indicated that they have eaten meat since going vegetarian… Expand
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