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Halal Diet

A way of eating for those of the Muslim faith.

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The Halal diet includes the dietary restrictions observed by those of the Muslim faith. Within the Halal diet there are certain restrictions on what can and cannot be eaten and the proper methods of slaughter that are acceptable. For those of the Muslim faith, overeating and self-indulgence are not permitted and eating is an active part of worship.

The Halal diet is mostly practiced by Muslims who live in non-Muslim countries. There are specialty stores that specialize in these products. Some of the items that are not allowed on the Halal diet include any type of pork product, foods that contain any alcohol, lard that may be cooked from a pig, any meats containing blood, gelatin made from porcine skin or bones and any animals that died from causes other than being slaughtered. Fish with scales are always considered to be a safe part of the Halal diet.

There is also some controversy of whether or not all animals slaughtered must be killed by someone of the Muslim faith. Many believe that this has to be the case for that product to be considered Halal. Vegetarian and vegan diets are considered to be acceptable in the Halal diet.

PRO
  • Approved form of eating for those of the Muslim faith
  • Incorporates the Muslim values of refraining from overeating or self-indulgence
  • Specialty stores available that serve Halal products
CON
  • Not a diet for losing weight
DIET and NUTRITION

Eating meals that are from the Halal diet would include lots of vegetables and fish. A day of eating might include the following:

  • Breakfast: eggs with spinach, onions and peppers
  • Lunch: Salad with olive oil and vinaigrette dressing
  • Dinner: Roasted salmon with cucumber, pepper and onion salad
EXERCISE

Because the Halal diet is a way of life eating plan, there is no exercise mentioned with it. The Halal diet is not a diet for losing weight, but one that Muslims consume as a part of their faith and worship.

CONCLUSION

The Halal diet may not be for everyone. The eating habits may be considered strict by some standards, but it is a very important part of the Muslim faith. The values of refraining from overeating and self-indulgence could easily be incorporated by those that are not of the Muslim faith for overall healthier living.

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Related Diets: Body by God, Kosher Diet, Vegan Diet, Vegetarian Diet


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