What foods and drinks are not allowed for Religious Sects of the World ?
In the United States, certain Religious Sects do not allow the followers to drink coffee, tea, colas, hot drinks and drinks containing certain drugs. Some Religious sects do not allow the followers to eat meat from certain animals or certain parts. What do you know about any Religious Sects and their rules or guidelines?
I've studied the practices of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). Most of the people who follow the "rules" will not drink alcohol or anything containing caffeine. They also don't smoke because the nicotine and other additives. The basic premise is to not consume anything which can be addictive. Other than that, pretty much anything is ok.
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