Halalan Tayyiba: An Islamic Perspective on Healthy Food

Authors

  • Hussin Bin Salamon
  • Noorsabrina M Salbi
  • Arief Salleh Bin Rosman
  • Mohd Rilizam Bin Rosli
  • Sulaiman Shakib Bin Mohd Noor
  • Nasrul Hisyam Bin Nor Muhamad
  • Mohammad Naqib Bin Hamdan
  • Bushrah Bt Bashiron
  • Ezwan Rafiq Bin Hussin

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47059/revistageintec.v11i2.1732

Abstract

Health by poor diet has always being a grave concern, irrespective to any religion. Islam however through the main references of the Quran and Hadith, has beneficially outlined the nutritional guide halal food and a balanced diet. This study therefore, will identify the criteria in determining healthy food based on halalan tayyiba concept. The identification is through halalan tayyiba concept analysis. The food identified as healthy must contain necessary vitamin and nutrient, good taste and smell, fresh, natural and beneficial to human health. Practicingly it should be proper food selection, food intake and food composition to ensure the food consumed does not contain nutrient that harmful to human health, able to preserving healthy by ensuring the right communication through correct labelling, and able to preserve the characteristics of food.

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2021-06-03

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