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  • Muhammed_Abdullah
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    Originally posted by Simply_Logical View Post

    i know a shaykh who runs one of the biggest darul ul loom in the uk and i even remember him saying you are what you eat,
    as in if you consume junk you will think like it as well and honestly after all these years of hearing that i think im starting to realise the truth in what he said, subhanAllah ajeeb
    Yeah.

    Our bodies need many different vitamins and minerals. Each vitamin/mineral has its own tasks. If we don't get those, our bodies and minds can't work properly.

    Food is fuel for the body. Quality of fuel matters.

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  • Simply_Logical
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    Originally posted by Muhammed_Abdullah View Post
    Walaykumus salam warahmatullahi wabarakatuh.

    I believe it is true. If we eat crappy foods, it can impact us both physically and mentally.
    i know a shaykh who runs one of the biggest darul ul loom in the uk and i even remember him saying you are what you eat,
    as in if you consume junk you will think like it as well and honestly after all these years of hearing that i think im starting to realise the truth in what he said, subhanAllah ajeeb

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  • Muhammed_Abdullah
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    Walaykumus salam warahmatullahi wabarakatuh.

    I believe it is true. If we eat crappy foods, it can impact us both physically and mentally.

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  • Ya'sin
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    Originally posted by neelu View Post

    By all means correct me if I'm wrong but this bold part is something I've tended to hear more from vegetarian mushrikeen so I have my doubts as to whether it has any basis from Islamic texts- please ask the imam for evidence and a reference.
    Yeh, I have never heard of this coming from Islamic text (I know I'm no scholar LOL but I can't imagine this is what we will be taught)

    We have qurbani around the corner and it's a celebration of sacrificing meat for all to enjoy this blessing from Allah swt.

    I just think it's contradictory but yeh, would like to see how true this is


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  • Ya'sin
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    I've heard the irritability is more to do with the LACK of vitamin B and iron in people who give up meat. Some vegetarians have actually resorted back to eating meat and protein such as chicken, their vegan diet was making them lethargic.

    I understand the whole concern about how meat is produced, the environmental issues, but please you guys don't give up meat completely, if you are able to eat it that is. Try to get hold of the organic ones even though I haven't tried it myself but in Sha Allah one day.

    It is halal for us and important for us. It doesn't mean eat meat every single day, have it once a month.

    I've done reports on why people should go vegan but I didn't agree to it wholeheartedly because I am Muslim and I enjoy eating meat mostly lamb although chicken is my favourite. Oh yeh. LMSO.
    We need to be responsible with it.

    Alhamdullilah for these delicious food 😋



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  • neelu
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    Originally posted by Predatorian View Post

    you get moody and irritable because you have a meat addiction? Thats what happens the first few days when we start to leave an addiction.

    I dont know if this hadith is saheeh,someone please inform me.But i have read and heard from an imam that the man takes the characteristics of the animal which he often eats.
    Thats another reason why we dont eat pork or why nonmuslims dont have the jealousy we muslims have/supposed to have
    By all means correct me if I'm wrong but this bold part is something I've tended to hear more from vegetarian mushrikeen so I have my doubts as to whether it has any basis from Islamic texts- please ask the imam for evidence and a reference.

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  • Predatorian
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    Originally posted by Simply_Logical View Post
    Assalamualaikum wah rahmatullahi wah barakatuhu
    Soooo you are what you eat? is it true?

    Especially in regards to meat?

    Like I've noticed when I go without meat for a few days I get moody and irritable tbh, anyone else like thus too?

    jazakAllah khayran
    you get moody and irritable because you have a meat addiction? Thats what happens the first few days when we start to leave an addiction.

    I dont know if this hadith is saheeh,someone please inform me.But i have read and heard from an imam that the man takes the characteristics of the animal which he often eats.
    Thats another reason why we dont eat pork or why nonmuslims dont have the jealousy we muslims have/supposed to have

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  • Predatorian
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    Originally posted by Flawed View Post
    Yes. Sugary stuff drains me out I feel ill. Sugar can kill is true
    wow Flawed i thought i was the only one.I feel like i will faint or throw up after i eat sugary stuff.Im talking for something more than 3 spoons in size.What is your blood type?

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  • Abu julaybeeb
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    That sadghuru dog has belittled islam without making it obvious once he mentioned about there not being girls or maidens in paradise or something obviously referring to hoor al ayn

    there is probably more worse things he says

    and yh good things can come from kuffar

    but if the dangers he brings is bad such as doubts in religion, belittlement of Islam and inclining others towards shirk he should be avoided

    dirty mushrik
    hope he gets slapped


    there are plenty of books and lectures on tazkiat al nafs and tasawuf by muslim duaat (without going into spinning dancing and singing)
    Last edited by Abu julaybeeb; 24-06-21, 02:37 AM.

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  • Ya'sin
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    Originally posted by Simply_Logical View Post

    this it? if it is its by a sister by the name of amira masha'Allah

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Healing-Bod.../dp/9960586499
    Yeh, that's the one

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  • Simply_Logical
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    Originally posted by Ya'sin View Post

    If you type it in Google the PDF should come up
    if it doesn't let me know and I'll try to find it in Sha Allah
    this it? if it is its by a sister by the name of amira masha'Allah

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Healing-Bod.../dp/9960586499

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  • Ya'sin
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    Originally posted by Simply_Logical View Post

    yea you have to be careful watching that stuff but some things are interesting to listen too
    It's voodo vaada dada karak



    ​​​​​​Sorry just wanted to have a laugh

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  • Ya'sin
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    Originally posted by Simply_Logical View Post

    any links to this book?
    If you type it in Google the PDF should come up
    if it doesn't let me know and I'll try to find it in Sha Allah

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  • Simply_Logical
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    Originally posted by Creamcake View Post

    Thanks, I would probably avoid watching someone like that tbh. But yeah one thing i definitely noticed is whenever i say Bismillaah and make a duaa and cook or bake, my family really likes my food. Alhamdulillaah. So much power in duaa and asking of Allaah.
    yea you have to be careful watching that stuff but some things are interesting to listen too

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  • Simply_Logical
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    Originally posted by Ya'sin View Post
    I have been thinking about fried eggs alot



    Agree with Neelu about the guru stuff ​​​​​​
    be careful as it can cause waswaas
    ​​​​​​I'd recommend you to read healing body and soul, written by a Muslim author who also includes authentic narrations in relation to food


    any links to this book?

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