Due to their religious convictions, members of the Jewish and Islamic faiths abstain from eating pork. Both of these religions follow the food regulations listed in the Quran and the Hebrew Bible, respectively.
Christians are forbidden from eating pork according to the Bible, yet many do not follow this prohibition. The Seventh-Adventist Church does not consume pork among Christians. Any animal that chews cud and has cloven hooves is permissible to eat, according to Torah laws found in the Hebrew Bible. Jews do not eat pork because pigs do not meet these requirements. The Islamic faith offers the same justification.