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Halal and Healthy

"O you people! Eat of what is on earth, lawful and clean..."(Quran 2:168)

Assalamu alaikum and welcome to our halal and healthy section.

We see, both trends, Halal and healthy, being supportive of each other. Insha Allah, we hope to tweak your taste buds on a regular basis with recipes from around the world providing you with some low fat, traditional and or quick and easy cuisine. The recipes come from many kitchens with cooks who have perfected their favorite dishes. Jazakullah and happy living.

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Recipes

Mad Cow & other Food Madnesses:
What Cows are Forced to Eat
Mad Cow: It is time to be organic and natural
How to survive the food madness

Animals fed animals: Are they halal? Hormones etc.
Eco-labels: A guide to environmental labels
WHO Fact Sheet: Mad Cow Disease
Mad Cow Disease in Europe: PBS Special
Hazards of Genetically Engineered foods and crops [pdf]
Ten Reasons Why GE Foods Will Not Feed the World

Facts about genetically engineered foods

Basics of Eating Halal and Being healthy:
Halal and Haram in the Quran and Hadith
Health Guidelines From the Quran and Sunnah
A Select Book list about Halal and Haram in Islam

Terminology of Halal and Haram
List of Halal and Haram Food Ingredients
Halal-Haram Lists: Why They Do Not Work?

Zabiha or Non Zabiha
:
4 Big Reason to Choose Zabiha over Non Zabiha
Zabiha or Non Zabiha: Three Scholarly Opinion
Zabiha in US Prison

A Hard Look at Muslim Halal Meat Business
What Muslim Countries Are Eating?
5 Questions to Ask Your Halal Grocer
Halal Certification, The Local Picture
7 Tips for Muslim Businesses
6 Things You Can Do To Support Muslim Business
Mazhar Husaini Resigns from IFANCA

Non Muslims in the Halal Business: Al-Safa
As As Safa Grows So Does Opposition to it
The Controversy Surrounding the Al Safa
Controversy around Al-Safa's Halal continues [Third article]
Al Safa and ISNA break ties [Second article]
Muslim Consumers of the non Muslim Halal Business [First article]

Learning about Kosher & Vegetarian Diets:
Kosher Labeling: How it Works
Is Kosher Halal

Why Halal is not Vegetarian Diet
What Fast Food is Halal to Eat

McDonald's Vegetarians & Muslims:
Muslims and Vegetarians File Appeal against McDonald’s
McDonald's Corporate Responsibility & American Muslims' Civic Responsibility

Muslims making push to join McDonald's fries settlement

Being Healthy
Just Look at Those Hands!
A Guide for Food and Drug Safety
A Guide for Safe Handling of Meat
Guidelines for Healthy Eating
Choose Diet of Many Grain Products, Veggies & Fruits
Find Organic Foods
National food safety education month
In the Largest Survey of its Kind, Consumer Reports Found 83% of the Most Successful Dieters Said They Lost Weight Entirely on Their Own
Science, Precaution And Food Safety: How Can We Do Better?
Tips for creating your dream kitchen


Caring for the Poor and the Homeless
See Page on Poverty
Statistics on Poverty & Food Wastage
Aisha, the Mother of Homeless in Chicago

Quran and Hadith on Helping the Poor
Jihad Against Food Wastage: How tos
9 Things Families can do for the Poor
Start a Zakat Clinic
Homeless Kids on Capitol Hill

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tee dubfa, cotabato city - wrote on 11/1/2011 10:06:12 PM
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Comment: it is a good work for the benefit of muslim cncerning halal.


amy, - wrote on 10/13/2011 4:19:09 AM
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Comment: Try Alsafa Halal. Ias a wide range of quality Halal meat products including chicken and beef variants catering to you taste palette. Check out their range here! http://www.alsafahalal.com/products-canadian.html May Allah always keep us on the path of guidance.


mohammed fasi, nalgonda - wrote on 4/21/2011 4:57:20 AM
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Comment: Muslims need to pay attention to Halal and Haram. Not only in the food applications. For example, it is challenging today for Muslims to find supplements, such as Omega-3 fatty acids that meet the Halal guideline. The majority of Omega-3 fatty acids supplements on the market contain or are derived from sources that are forbidden for Muslims. For instance, most of the commercial gelatin capsules and softgels are made from pork by-products. For this reason, many Muslims do not take Omega-3 fatty acids supplements despite the health benefits. Those that do, are most probably unaware of this. Emad Yaseen, Ph.D. Nutrition Enhancement Halal Omega-3 for Healthy Family Muslims www.nutritionenhancement.com, Every musilim brother need check the Ingredients and expiry before they take it, when i browse this site i felt very much to see and post my comments


mohammed fasi, nalgonda - wrote on 4/21/2011 4:56:09 AM
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Comment: Muslims need to pay attention to Halal and Haram. Not only in the food applications. For example, it is challenging today for Muslims to find supplements, such as Omega-3 fatty acids that meet the Halal guideline. The majority of Omega-3 fatty acids supplements on the market contain or are derived from sources that are forbidden for Muslims. For instance, most of the commercial gelatin capsules and softgels are made from pork by-products. For this reason, many Muslims do not take Omega-3 fatty acids supplements despite the health benefits. Those that do, are most probably unaware of this. Emad Yaseen, Ph.D. Nutrition Enhancement Halal Omega-3 for Healthy Family Muslims www.nutritionenhancement.com, Every musilim brother need check the Ingredients and expiry before they take it, when i browse this site i felt very much to see and post my comments


mohammed fasi, nalgonda - wrote on 4/21/2011 4:55:17 AM
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Comment: Muslims need to pay attention to Halal and Haram. Not only in the food applications. For example, it is challenging today for Muslims to find supplements, such as Omega-3 fatty acids that meet the Halal guideline. The majority of Omega-3 fatty acids supplements on the market contain or are derived from sources that are forbidden for Muslims. For instance, most of the commercial gelatin capsules and softgels are made from pork by-products. For this reason, many Muslims do not take Omega-3 fatty acids supplements despite the health benefits. Those that do, are most probably unaware of this. Emad Yaseen, Ph.D. Nutrition Enhancement Halal Omega-3 for Healthy Family Muslims www.nutritionenhancement.com, Every musilim brother need check the Ingredients and expiry before they take it, when i browse this site i felt very much to see and post my comments


Shahadat hossain, Dhaka - wrote on 2/5/2011 11:55:52 AM
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Comment: Asalamualaikum,Could u pls give me a link abt the business MLM,is it Halal Haram?In our country spreading this business rapidly........


Sharif, Hyderabad - wrote on 1/29/2011 7:01:12 AM
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Comment: I strongly disagree to your words sir, How can u say that muslims should not think of eating HALAL AND HARAM, A HArAM is HArAM. You can never eat any part of it. Its mandate you dont eat. BUT, If it is presribed by your doctor and if by avoiding that, it may risk your life. Only then u can go fr a medicine that is HARAM. Thanks


Sharif, Hyderabad - wrote on 1/29/2011 7:00:51 AM
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Comment: I strongly disagree to your words sir, How can u say that muslims should not think of eating HALAL AND HARAM, A HArAM is HArAM. You can never eat any part of it. Its mandate you dont eat. BUT, If it is presribed by your doctor and if by avoiding that, it may risk your life. Only then u can go fr a medicine that is HARAM. Thanks


Sharif, Hyderabad - wrote on 1/29/2011 6:59:20 AM
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Comment: I strongly disagree to your words sir, How can u say that muslims should not think of eating HALAL AND HARAM, A HArAM is HArAM. You can never eat any part of it. Its mandate you dont eat. BUT, If it is presribed by your doctor and if by avoiding that, it may risk your life. Only then u can go fr a medicine that is HARAM. Thanks


Sharif, Hyderabad - wrote on 1/29/2011 6:58:52 AM
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Comment: I strongly disagree to your words sir, How can u say that muslims should not think of eating HALAL AND HARAM, A HArAM is HArAM. You can never eat any part of it. Its mandate you dont eat. BUT, If it is presribed by your doctor and if by avoiding that, it may risk your life. Only then u can go fr a medicine that is HARAM. Thanks


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