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Cereals are Unhealthy

Cereal sugar rush test If you think breakfast cereal is healthy, read the fine print. Most cereals had more than 12g of sugar per 100g serving – too much to be considered healthy. Times read the labels on more than 50 of the popular breakfast cereals on the shelves of …

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Is Yoga permissible in Islam

Question I am aware yoga is impermissible in Islam because it ties into the Hindu religion. My question is whether now we will consider this (its ties with the Hindu religion)? Because most people who do yoga are not even aware of the fact that it comes from Hindu religion. …

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Healing A Broken Heart 

by Ink Of Faith Ever had a serious illness and got cured out of it so completely without a scar that when you look back you feel like you never even had it? Be it as small as a Fever? The Healer.. If Allah swt can cure us to the …

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Master anger and enter Paradise!

by Halide Yenen Posted by: MV Media   One of the Companions of the Messenger of Allah (p.b.u.h.) asked Prophet Muhammad for advice. He asked that the advice be short so that he would be able to remember it. “Don’t get angry,” said the Prophet. The same Companion repeated his request …

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Wellness Guide

    Wellness guide is a firsthand collection of data from the research & analysis of several global studies of individuals & groups from reputable Nutrional & Health Sciences Organization. In this Synopsis covering Wellness, Nutrition & Nature, I have made an attempt to capture all the fundamental principles of …

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What is that Coke doing in your fridge?

Cii News | 10 December 2014 Coming hot on the heels of its successful #HandsOffAlAqsa campaign, UK based NGO, Friends of Al Aqsa(FOA) has launched a brand new popular drive, this time aimed at a ubiquitous global brand it says is aiding the oppression of the Palestinian people. Creatively dubbed …

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ADD/ADHD

An alternative to Ritalin According to ADHASA, ADHD is believed to affect 10% of the South Africa population, and is prevalent in every ethnic and socio-economic cluster. According to the Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Support Group of Southern Africa (ADHASA), ADHD is believed to affect 10% of the South Africa …

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Pork – Harms and Dangers

  In folklore terms, eating the meat of the pig is said to contribute to lack of morality and shame, plus greed for wealth, laziness, indulgence, dirtiness and gluttony. We insult a person by calling him or her a “Pig” when they demonstrate these characteristics. Muslims are forbidden by Allah …

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World Aids day – Islamic Insight

islamicsystem.com • December 1st was World Aids Day, we have seen in the newspapers and on TV screens a lot of discussion about HIV & Aids• Let us look at this subject to understand its reality and look at the Islamic solution to the problem of HIV & Aids. • …

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