Certain kinds of food like pulses should be given up.
They are prohibited by Dharma because they are generative of life and so
eating them amounts to violence. Moreover, according to the science of
health and physiology, by the mixing of certain things, certain substances
that can cause chemical reactions, are produced. They convert foreign
substances into poisons which get into the body Since they do not get out
of the body in the form of perspiration etc., they get into blood and
pollute it. On account of this it may become polluted and ooze out causing
skin-diseases. Therefore, We should not eat raw pulses like green gram,
black gram, bengal gram, beans etc., mixing them with raw milk or curds.
The Jain dharma has prohibited the consumption of such food under the
name, Dwidal Tyag(The renunciation of pulses).In addition to this, we
should not consume such thlngs as fruit salad, ice-cream, fruit-shrikand(fruit
slices mixed with sugar and curds),Dahi fruit(fruit mixed with curds) and
all antibiotic medicines since they are made up of different substances
the combination of which is harmful to our health.