Diet in Sikhism - meaning and definition. What is Diet in Sikhism
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Diet in Sikhism         
  • Painting depicting Sikh horsemen hunting boar and deer, circa 1790
VIEWS ON WHAT FOLLOWERS OF SIKHISM ARE PERMITTED TO EAT
Sikh vegetarianism; Vegetarianism in Sikhism
Followers of Sikhism do not have a preference for meat or vegetarian consumption."Misconceptions About Eating Meat - Comments of Sikh Scholars," at The Sikhism Home Page Sikhs and Sikhism, by I.
Sikhism and sexual orientation         
RELIGIOUS VIEWS OF SEXUALITY
Homosexuality and sikhism; Sikhism and homosexuality; Homosexuality and Sikhism; LGBT issues and Sikhism; LGBT orientation and Sikhism; LGBT topics and Sikhism
Sikhism has no specific teachings about homosexuality and the Sikh holy scripture, the Guru Granth Sahib, does not explicitly mention heterosexuality, homosexuality or bisexuality. The universal goal of a Sikh is to have no hate or animosity to any person, regardless of factors like race, caste, color, creed or gender.
Monotrophic diet         
FAD DIET INVOLVING EATING ONLY A SINGLE FOOD
Mono diet; Potato diet; Single-food diet; Milk diet; All-meat diet; Meat diet
A monotrophic diet (also known as the mono diet or single-food diet) is a type of diet that involves eating only one food item (such as potatoes or apples) or one type of food (such as fruits or meats). Monotrophic diets may be followed for food faddism motives, as a form of crash dieting, to initiate an elimination diet or to practice an extreme form of alternative medicine.