Muslims not to eat pork or drink wine.
For these reasons alcohol is illegal in some Islamic countries.
Muslims eat meat that is "Halal."
This means that the animal was killed in a particular way and that a prayer was said when the animal was killed.
Some Muslims also eat Kosher meat (this is Jewish meat).
During Ramadan Muslims do not eat or drink during the daylight hours.
Pork, and shellfish. We also are meant to eat only meat that has been killed and prepared in accordance with the kosher rules. We can only eat fish that has both fins and scales. And we are not supposed to mix milk and meat in the same meal or within a six hour time period.
There are some foods you shouldn't eat during pregnancy because they could: cause food poisoning, or harm your unborn baby
Cheese - Don’t eat: mould-ripened soft cheeses, such as brie, camembert and others with a similar rind such as chèvre (a type of goats’ cheese) soft blue-veined cheeses, such as Danish blue, gorgonzola and roquefort
Cheeses like this are made with mould and can contain listeria bacteria that cause listeriosis. Even a mild form of this infection in a pregnant woman can lead to miscarriage, stillbirth or severe illness in a newborn baby.
Eggs - Don’t eat raw or undercooked eggs and avoid foods that contain them, such as homemade mayonnaise. Make sure that eggs are thoroughly cooked until the whites and yolks are solid. This prevents the risk of salmonella food poisoning.
Milk - Don’t drink raw (unpasteurised) milk, including unpasteurised goats’ or sheep’s milk. Don’t eat food that is made out of them, such as soft goats’ cheese. If only raw or green-top milk is available, boil it first.
Pâté - Avoid all types of pâté, including vegetable pâtés, as they can contain listeria.
Meat - Don’t eat raw or undercooked meat. Cook all meat and poultry thoroughly so there’s no trace of pink or blood. Take particular care with sausages