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Halalopathic GmbH, Zürichstrasse 70, Dübendorf, 8600 Zürich, Switzerland

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Provide halal-tayyib-vegan services for pharma, healthcare, beauty, food

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Halalopathy: a science of trust in medicine.

Halalopathy: a science of trust in medicine. J Integr Med. Jawad Alzeer. 2019, doi.org/10.1016/j.joim.2019.03.005

The human body is well organized, regulated and connected. One of the greatest scientific challenges today is to integrate mind, behaviour and health. Enormous advances in health care have been achieved. However, diseases like cancer still require treatment options beyond therapeutic drugs, namely surgery and radiation. Human being is not only made of cells, tissues and organs, but also feelings and sensations. Linking mental state with physical health is essential to include all elements of disease. For this purpose, halalopathy has been introduced as a new model to integrate mind, behaviour and health, where psychology, spirituality and rationality can be integrated together to generate a well-organized, regulated and connected health system. Halalopathic approaches are based on mind-trust-drug and mind-trust-belief. If the drug and human’s belief are compatible, trust in the rationally designed drug will be synergized and placebo effects will be activated to initiate the healing process. Such an organized health system will lower the body’s entropy and increase potential energy, which is an important aspect to promote the healing process, with a therapeutic drug toward complete recovery. This study enlightens laws of compatibility to initiate a domino chain effect to activate placebo effects and lower the body’s entropy. The healing power of each effect will contribute to the healing process and enhance the total drug effects.

Halalopathic: A New Concept in Medicine

Halalopathic: A New Concept in Medicine. J Mol Genet Med, Jawad Alzeer, 2018, 12: 353 doi:10.4172/1747-0862.1000353

The human body is well organized, regulated and connected. One of the greatest scientific challenges today is to integrate mind, behaviour and health. Enormous advances in health care have been achieved. However, diseases like cancer still require treatment options beyond therapeutic drugs, namely surgery and radiation. Human being is not only made of cells, tissues and organs, but also feelings and sensations. Linking mental state with physical health is essential to include all elements of disease. For this purpose, halalopathy has been introduced as a new model to integrate mind, behaviour and health, where psychology, spirituality and rationality can be integrated together to generate a well-organized, regulated and connected health system. Halalopathic approaches are based on mind-trust-drug and mind-trust-belief. If the drug and human’s belief are compatible, trust in the rationally designed drug will be synergized and placebo effects will be activated to initiate the healing process. Such an organized health system will lower the body’s entropy and increase potential energy, which is an important aspect to promote the healing process, with a therapeutic drug toward complete recovery. This study enlightens laws of compatibility to initiate a domino chain effect to activate placebo effects and lower the body’s entropy. The healing power of each effect will contribute to the healing process and enhance the total drug effects.

The compatibility of halal with good agricultural practices

  The compatibility of Halal with good agricultural practices, Conference Paper (PDF Available) · September 2018 with 1 ReadsConference: International Conference on BIOCONTROL, BIOSTIMULANTS & MICROBIOME, At Switzerland

Food and agriculture are fundamental to our survival and play a very important role in our daily life. They act as a source of energy and provide us with diverse building blocks. Consumers’ attitudes towards food and agriculture are changing based on regional, cultural and religious influences. Halal production of food and agriculture is emerging as one of the most important issue and hold a leading position in the global business today. The main objective is to ensure that process and ingredients are clean, pure and comply with Islamic principles. Hygiene and cleanliness are strongly emphasized in Halal production and it includes every aspect of individuals, equipment and ingredients involved during production. A Transparent system of halal auditing has been developed to ensure zero suspicion of a manufactured product that comply with all halal requirement. The future demand for halal product is strong and is creating a strong presence in developed and developing countries. Main issues in halal production, certifications and its compatibility with good agricultural practices standard will be presented.

Rational Aspect of Halal in food safety

Rational Aspect of Halal in Food Safety, Conference Paper (PDF Available) · August 2018 with 15 Reads

Conference: FOOD & BEVERAGES, At Japan

Food plays a very important role in our daily life. It acts as a source of energy and provide us with diverse building blocks. Many foods are based on regional, cultural and religious influences. Halal food is emerging as one of the most important issue, and hold a leading position in the global business today. The main objective of halal food is to ensure that food is absolutely clean, pure and comply with Islamic principles. Hygiene and cleanliness are strongly emphasized in Islam and it includes every aspect of individuals and equipment involve in the production of halal food. A Transparent system of halal auditing has been developed to ensure zero suspicion of a manufactured product that comply with all halal requirement. The future demand for halal product is strong and is creating a strong presence in developed and developing countries. Main issues in halal production, certifications and relationship between halal production and food safety will be presented

Rational and practical aspects of Halal and Tayyib in the context of food safety

Rational and practical aspects of Halal and Tayyib in the context of food safety, Jawad Alzeer, U Rieder, KA Hadeed,  Trends in Food Science & Technology, 2018, 71, 264-267

Background: Food plays a very important role in our daily life and most foods are based on regional, cultural and religious influences. Halal (permissible) food is emerging as one of the most important issue in food industries. Rational understanding of Halal, Tayyib (pure) and Khabith (impure) and their relationship with food safety is essential in determining Halal food status. Scope and approach: Initially Halal food was thought to be free from alcohol and pork. Later on Tayyib was strongly introduced into Halal food production and led to include food safety requirements as part of Halal food certificates. However, the practical description of Tayyib and the rational merging with Halal have not been well clarified yet. In this context, we would like to give a practical overview of Halal, Tayyib and Khabith concepts, their values and relationship to food safety. Key findings and conclusion: The rational understanding of Halal, Tayyib and Khabith in the context of food safety is essential. Considering Halal as a subject and Tayyib as a process, facilitates Halal certification procedure. The main objective of Tayyib is to produce clean and pure, food and to create a comfortable feeling as a main goal, which can be achieved if food is produced according to Sharia (Islamic principles). Halal labelled food should reflect the concept of Halal and Tayyib, particularly the identification of all ingredients involved in the production, determination of Halal and toxicity status, and removal of repulsive, Najis (ritually unclean) and toxic ingredients.

Ethanol and its Halal status in food industries

  Ethanol and its Halal status in food industries:Jawad Alzeer, Khaled Abou Hadeed, Trends in Food Science & Technology 2016, 58, 14-20

Ethanol is an important organic solvent and substrate which extensively used in research and industries. It is the main ingredient produced during fermentation of carbohydrates derived from fruits and other biomass substances. Halal status of ethanol is controversial and it is rational use is ambiguous. Scope and Approach In this review the issue of ethanol in food industries is addressed. Ethanol is a sensitive, controversial and main issue in the production of Halal (Permitted, Allowed) products. Setting the limit of ethanol in Halal food industries is needed to facilitate food production and complied with certain religious demands. This review gives an overview of ethanol, types, application, advantages and disadvantages. An attempt to set a limit of ethanol in food industries, supported by scientific facts and Islamic rules, is described. Key Findings and Conclusion Halal status of ethanol is highly controversial but rarely classified based on its source and concentration. Any ethanol produced by anaerobic fermentation and ranging between 1 and 15% is considered to be Haram (non-Halal, Forbidden), whereas ethanol produced by natural fermentation and less than 1% is considered as preserving agent and its Halal status is allowed. Any ethanolic solution higher than 15% is treated as a toxic solution but still could be used in industries, meanwhile ethanolic solution prepared by dilution from absolute or denatured ethanol is allowed for industrial used but toxic for human consumption. However, any concentration varied from 0.1 to 100% prepared with intention to be used as beverage drink is consider non-Halal.