religious diet

A generic term for any diet based on a particular religion’s dietary restrictions or guidelines, some of which may be extremely rigourous

religious diet

Ethical diet Nutrition A dietary regimen based on religious regulations, some of which may be extremely rigorous. See Kosher.
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He participated in a program whereby the prison would provide an appropriate religious diet in exchange for prisoners agreement to abide by certain requirements, including not eating unauthorized food from the main food line.
Writing in prisoners' mag Inside Time, Reuben said: "This is pure discrimination as only Jews and Mormons have to go through this 'proving' their faith before being fed a religious diet.
He was a recognized expert on institutional religious diet programs and was called as an expert witness in numerous court cases and legislative hearings.
That includes the ability to access religious literature, participate in religious services, join in small groups and adhere to a religious diet.
According to the court, requiring inmates with religious diet cards to eat 75% of their meals using the card or have the card suspended violated the First Amendment as applied to the Jewish inmate who could only eat kosher meals pursuant to his beliefs.
food quality has deteriorated; at times it's rotten and inedible; the amount has been reduced, and strict religious diet restrictions aren't being observed;
Her religious diet books have earned her millions and the church she founded condemns overeating with a simple motto: "Chew on this - here's a Bible.
Plaintiffs are usually inmates demanding unusual religious diet or dress privileges, or churches challenging municipal zoning restrictions.
110-84 (5360), which provided for a Modified Common Fare Religious Diet Program.
This menu complies with current physician's diet order, drug interactions, religious diet restrictions and allergies/intolerances.
As a global leader in managed food services, the Philadelphia mega-manager is already experienced in catering to different ethnic tastes as well as cultural and religious diet preferences.
He sued; the trial court found he had a prayer rug, and was allowed to correspond with a religious advisor, maintain a religious diet and observe religious holidays.