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Abdel J. Nuriddin, N.D., Ph.D

By Abdel J. Nuriddin, N.D., Ph.D.

            The natural food chain appears to be parasitic on the surface, however it’s not. The main difference in parasitic activity and the natural feeding process is that the parasite does not contribute to the survival of the host.

One thing in nature is feeding off something else for maintenance and survival purposes. Plants feed on minerals; animals feed on plants and minerals; man feeds on minerals, plants and animals. And it appears that the earth feeds on man.

This chain is a part of the natural cosmological order and must remain as such to keep its natural form. Should one form of life ceased to feed upon another, then this present order would cease to exist.

So in the survival sense, this behavior is very natural and necessary to preserve the earth’s ecological order. Over population of plants, animals and man would disturb this order.

At first glance, one could suppose that anything that is feeding on something else is a pest. Hyenas would be seen as pests for lions, and lions would be seen as pests for the wilder beasts; whales would be seen as pests for sea lions, etc.

Yet this is natural behavior of organic life. However, when man is being fed upon by a parasite the organism is disruptive to his entire life and does not contribute to his survival.

Man has his internal parasites that will reside in his body. If he is not conscious of this possibility, they could nest and form colonies in the gastro intestinal tract. Colon cancer always carries parasites with it.

Man’s body can become a reservoir for parasites. An internal parasite could be a protozoa, amoeba or worm that lives within the body of a host. It can occupy space in the gastro intestinal tract or digestive tract or any body cavity, organ, blood, tissue or cell.

Parasites, whether round worms, pin worms, tape worms, hook worms, protozoa or intestinal flukes, all have the ability to reside and reproduce while in a human host.

These parasites can be transferred from animals, such as pets, and also through hand shakes, through food consumption, drinking water, while using bathrooms, restaurants, etc.

Americans use to think that parasitic infection or infestation was a so-called third world problem. However, today, most Americans have parasites of some type.  Many disorders, from anemia to auto immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS), can be traced to parasites.

Parasites will nest in the lower part of the small intestine. This is where 70 to 80 percent of the digestion takes place. These organisms are intelligent enough to eat the good nutrition and leave the host the remains, thereby creating nutritional deficiencies in the host.

These nutritional deficiencies can lead to lowered immune response or extreme fatigue syndrome.  We must also recognize that these animals must excrete waste after consumption, and this waste is very toxic to the human host.

Many people who are suffering from anemia have hookworms on the colon walls feeding on their iron. Children have a tendency to have pin worms in their stool. Sometimes these parasites can be seen at night with a flashlight outside the child’s anal cavity where they have come to lay eggs or die.

The old putrid matter that builds on the walls of the large intestine is a breeding ground for parasites and must be kept clean to preserve one’s health. Parasites can often be seen in the stool of a host during and after colonics, enemas or after taking herbs that are antagonistic to them.

Today, parasites are being seen as more contributory to sickness than they were seen in the past. The need to fight parasites on a regular basis is indispensable to good health.

Herbs such as wormwood, black walnut and cloves are known to rid the body of parasites. Call today for our parasite formula to rid your body of these unwanted causes of disease.

Remember, it is time to cleanse the Kidneys in preparation for the winter weather. For consultation, call 336-852-3040.

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Abdel J. Nuriddin, N.D., Ph.D

By Abdel J. Nuriddin, N.D., Ph.D.

Millions of Americans and other people throughout the world are affected by depression, and sometimes it goes unrecognized.

While it can be a very distressing disorder, there is hope outside the use of drugs for those who may be affected. Depression can be treated with non-toxic substances. In addition are prayer, rest and meditation for those who can still focus.

If you think you are depressed, or know some one who may be, suggest that they see a health practitioner or counselor for help.

What is depression?

Clinical depression is more than “the blues” and is not actually the fault of the person. It affects approximately 20 million people in the USA alone.

In most cases, it is persistent and inhibits proper daily function in human activity. The symptoms you may see in one person may be different in someone else undergoing depression. Some are bothered by fatigue or change in appetite, chronic sleeping or perhaps lose of interest in normal activities.

What are the signs of depression?

Some people suffering from clinical depression usually feel sad or have feelings of guilt and worthlessness. In other words, self-esteem is seriously diminished.

Other symptoms are:

• One may feel agitated or restless.

• One may not get enough sleep or too much sleep.

• Weight gain or weight loss.

• Losing interest in relatives, friends, the work one performs and other activities that were once enjoyed.

• Some even contemplate suicide.

These symptoms and others have been present in people suffering with depression. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms with consistency you may be suffering clinical depression.

A Checklist:

I feel unhappy.

The things that once gave me pleasure, I don’t enjoy anymore (hobbies, sports, friends, sex, job or profession).

My patterns of sleep have changed; I sleep too much or not enough.

I’m indecisive, can’t focus or concentrate; I have a hard time remembering things.

My appetite has changed; my weight has changed.

My friends are noticing various changes in my behavior.

I am tired most of the time and have no energy.

I have low self-esteem, feel guilty and hopeless.

I have tried to commit suicide, or I think about death often.

If you are feeling sad and experiencing at least five of these symptoms above over a two- week period, you could possibly be clinically depressed and should seek consultation.  

What causes depression?

Situational stress, such as unable to pay bills, the lost of a loved one, losing a position or job, separation or divorce are known to trigger depression. Accidents, diagnosis of chronic illness such as AIDS, diabetes, cancer and blood pressure problems are also known to trigger depression.

It is also possible that a chemical imbalance in the brain of serotonin may cause a disruption of neurotransmission, which could lead to clinical depression. However, conventional medicine is not exactly sure. And yet, sometimes there may not be any apparent reason for the depression.

How is depression treated? 

In most cases, antidepressant medications are prescribed such as prozac, which is very toxic. The principle behind an antidepressant is that it will increase the availability of the brain’s own supply of a chemical messenger or neurotransmitter.

However, herbs properly administered have been used for centuries without side effects. Nervines, such as Lady’s Slipper, Valerian Root, Hops, Blue Vervain and Scullcap, have helped people cope with and been instrumental in pulling suffers out of depression time and time again.

Prayer and meditation are the most effective methods of releasing one from depression with the greatest sustained results. Counseling is used in the form of psychotherapy sessions  and also there is discussing concerns with an Imam, Priest or Pastor.

For those who cannot concentrate, I believe herbs and consultation together work best.

Who can become depressed?

Anyone…, regardless of sex, religion, race or age can be affected by clinical depression. Depression does not discriminate, although inherent weakness can be a factor in the matter.

Family history of depression could indicate low levels of chemicals in the body that could lead to the disorder in the next generation. In cases such as this, I suggest the utilization of herbs that will nurture the body in this area to offset the problem.

Statistics reveal that people in their 20s, 30s and 40s are most often affected by this disorder.

If you are depressed, there is no reason to be embarrassed. And there is no reason for you to continue to suffer.

Seek help because it is available. For consultation, call 336-852-3040.

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Abdel J. Nuriddin, N.D., Ph.D

By Abdel J. Nuriddin, N.D., Ph.D.

After 25 years of particularized habits, I am convinced that one must have a consciousness for health in order to attain it.

When I say “consciousness for health,” I mean a dominant method of thinking about personal habits, from what one eats to how much rest you will permit yourself to get, to how much exercise you are willing to do to maintain or regain your health.

As I understand the theme of the Holy Qur’an, to me it is suggesting that we be aware of balance in all our affairs. And if we are to make an error or mistake, then let it be in usefulness instead of harm.

This would apply to you first and then move away to others or the environment in general next. The Qur’an has many referenced points alluding to this, such as “don’t cheat the balance,”  “don’t let your own hands contribute to your destruction,” “appetites should be checked by knowledge,” etc.

Additionally, the Qur’an states that Al-Islam is the “midway religion,” suggesting that those of us who practice it should be balanced in our personal habits.

How does one develop this health consciousness? Answer: By first being aware that Allah wants you to have it.

Health consciousness is connected to regardfulness for Allah. Instinctively, some how we know as humans that our bodies are to be coordinated with our minds, and they shouldn’t be in conflict with each other.

For example, how many pounds should one be over weight at age 50? Is this possible all the time? Answer: Nothing is possible for humans all the time. But with health consciousness, it’s possible most of the time.

If you don’t develop the state of mind, you will be ill more often than necessary, with colds and other aches and pains. In addition to first being aware of Allah’s Intention for you, the reading of health conscious material, attending and making available workshops and seminars on health will help in developing this health consciousness.

Should I eat out of the fast food chains? Answer: With today’s lifestyle, for most people it’s almost impossible for them not to.

You might say, their food is not halal, and this is true. So in that vein, you must make a conscious religious decision. However, we should be mindful of the fact that the food of the people of the Book is lawful for Muslims.

Relevant to the content and the preparation of fast foods (saturated fat, heavy salt and sugar; plus deep fried), I would not recommend frequent consumption if possible.

For us, the cooking from our wives, mothers or home cooking should in most cases be better for us than eating out.

We should love and cherish our women for cooking for us. The Muslim woman who is health conscious is a blessing to society.

Today’s world requires us to be more vigilant about our health. We must always question: Will I be over doing it with this?

Monitor your consumption of foods that you know are not in your best interest, because we all at times fall victim to our taste buds.

Some of your greatest dangers in terms of food today are too much sugar, white flour products, caffeine, salt, hormones and steroids in meat products, pasteurized and homogenized dairy products, fillers, dyes, preservatives, saturated fat, alcohol and drugs whether legal or illegal.

We must believe, as Muslims, that the first way of Allah is prevention – not cure. And having a strong regard for Allah relevant to your health will give you a health consciousness.

Visit us at AM360.com or call in at 646-716-4478 each Monday morning at 9 a.m. EST.

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Abdel J. Nuriddin, N.D., Ph.D

By Abdel J. Nuriddin, N.D., Ph.D.

December marks the beginning of winter, the coldest season of the year. It’s a time when water freezes, expands, becomes hard and loses its liquid form. Externally, this is seen in the form of ice and snow.

While the natural temperature of the human body is normally 98.6F, the cold temperature has an effect on natural body solutions such as urine, blood, lymph and their functions.

Externally, winter is a time when pipes rupture, things contract and many times because of the cold normal function is shut down. To our dismay, these same things can happen internally if we are not health conscious.

The kidneys are paired organs located at the back of the abdominal cavity, one on each side of the spinal column. Their function is to excrete urine and to help regulate the water, electrolyte, and acid-base content of the blood.

Each kidney is covered by fatty tissue and by the renal fascia (muscle) or fibrous tissue needed to hold the kidneys in place. The ureter is the tube that carries the urine from the kidneys to the bladder.

The kidney is a complex organ consisting of arteries, veins, convoluted tubules, glomerular capsules, nerves, lymphatics and a host of other aspects.

The urine consist of 95 percent water and 5 percent solids, and these solids are in solution. The solids include organic constituents (urea, hippuric acid, uric acid, creatinine) and inorganic constituents, principally salts of sodium and potassium.

The kidneys remove these substances from the blood, thereby acting to maintain homeostasis (balance) of the blood and body fluids. Urine is formed by the process of filtration and reabsorption.

Blood cells and colloidal substances such as proteins are retained within the capillaries, as the blood passes through the glomerulus. After the filtration process the urine passes through the ureter into the bladder, where it is periodically removed from the body through the uretha; this is called micturition or urination.

When these processes are working properly, the kidneys are the strength of the body. However, when not working properly, the person is often fatigued and in many cases in pain and blood poisoned.

Symptoms of kidney disorders range from back pain, renal colic (kidney spasms accompanied by pain), fever, disturbances in urination, presence of blood or pus in the urine, tenderness or swelling in the joints related to the ribs, enlargement or diminution in the size of the kidney, lethargic ness, and edema to name some.

If one is experiencing any of these symptoms they should see a health practitioner now.

The knowledge of internal organ cleansing must be studied and utilized by the intelligent among us to preserve our health today and the health of our children tomorrow.

In the spring, clean your liver, in the summer, clean your heart, in the fall, clean your lungs, and in the winter clean your kidneys and once per quarter clean your colon. As we enter the seasons or approach them, we will continue to suggest what formulas to use.

For consultation on our kidney cleansing formula, order your copy of Five Principals Of Balanced Health today by calling 336-852-3040.

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Abdel J. Nuriddin, N.D., Ph.D

By Abdel J. Nuriddin, N.D., Ph.D.

After 25 years of particularized habits, I am convinced that one must have a consciousness for health in order to attain it.

When I say “consciousness for health,” I mean a dominant method of thinking about personal habits, from what one eats to how much rest you will permit yourself to get, to how much exercise you are willing to do to maintain or regain your health.

As I understand the theme of the Holy Qur’an, to me it is suggesting that we be aware of balance in all our affairs. And if we are to make an error or mistake, then let it be in usefulness instead of harm.

This would apply to you first and then move away to others or the environment in general next. The Qur’an has many referenced points alluding to this, such as “don’t cheat the balance,”  “don’t let your own hands contribute to your destruction,” “appetites should be checked by knowledge,” etc.

Additionally, the Qur’an states that Al-Islam is the “midway religion,” suggesting that those of us who practice it should be balanced in our personal habits.

How does one develop this health consciousness? Answer: By first being aware that Allah wants you to have it.

Health consciousness is connected to regardfulness for Allah. Instinctively, some how we know as humans that our bodies are to be coordinated with our minds, and they shouldn’t be in conflict with each other.

For example, how many pounds should one be over weight at age 50? Is this possible all the time? Answer: Nothing is possible for humans all the time. But with health consciousness, it’s possible most of the time.

If you don’t develop the state of mind, you will be ill more often than necessary, with colds and other aches and pains. In addition to first being aware of Allah’s Intention for you, the reading of health conscious material, attending and making available workshops and seminars on health will help in developing this health consciousness.

Should I eat out of the fast food chains? Answer: With today’s lifestyle, for most people it’s almost impossible for them not to.

You might say, their food is not halal, and this is true. So in that vein, you must make a conscious religious decision. However, we should be mindful of the fact that the food of the people of the Book is lawful for Muslims.

Relevant to the content and the preparation of fast foods (saturated fat, heavy salt and sugar; plus deep fried), I would not recommend frequent consumption if possible.

For us, the cooking from our wives, mothers or home cooking should in most cases be better for us than eating out.

We should love and cherish our women for cooking for us. The Muslim woman who is health conscious is a blessing to society.

Today’s world requires us to be more vigilant about our health. We must always question: Will I be over doing it with this?

Monitor your consumption of foods that you know are not in your best interest, because we all at times fall victim to our taste buds.

Some of your greatest dangers in terms of food today are too much sugar, white flour products, caffeine, salt, hormones and steroids in meat products, pasteurized and homogenized dairy products, fillers, dyes, preservatives, saturated fat, alcohol and drugs whether legal or illegal.

We must believe, as Muslims, that the first way of Allah is prevention – not cure. And having a strong regard for Allah relevant to your health will give you a health consciousness.

Visit us at AM360.com or call in at 646-716-4478 each Monday morning at 9 a.m. EST.

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Abdel J. Nuriddin, N.D., Ph.D

By Abdel J. Nuriddin, N.D., Ph.D.

While I know the people of the world today are being taught that the immune system is our saving grace in terms of health and it is indispensable to overall health, however it is not first in the line of prevention.

Its actual job is to clean up the toxic waste that leads to disease.

The need for a healthy immune response is necessary to fight infection among other things. But if you fail to keep the terrain balanced, the immune response will become compromised or over whelmed and lose its power to keep infection and disease away.

The first line of prevention is the balance of the terrain.

In order to prevent the mycrozyma from changing into bad bacteria, yeast, fungus or mold, which leads to disease, we must keep the terrain clean by keeping all the avenues of elimination open, digestion proper, the blood balanced (acid/alkaline levels balanced), nutritional intake adequate, circulation proper and our thoughts and emotions in healthy expression.

There are many things to consider relevant to this, such as proper food combining, the need for adequate amounts of water, mineral and vitamin intake, plenty fiber in the diet.

The great challenge is to keep the acids in check. When the heart stops beating and the brain stops performing (death), the excretions from bacteria in the cells will lead to the acids breaking down the remains of our body.

If there is too much acid in the tissue while these organs are functioning, the process will commence while you are still alive. This contributes to an accelerated aging process.

As an example, anthrax is a common form of bacteria that must have a culture to express it self in. It can be fatal if the terrain in the body is culturally rich (acidic) for its expression.

If contacted, it needs to be treated. However, the severity of the contact will have to do with the present condition of the body. The utilization of immune boosting agents and antibiotics may help check its expression, however the best prevention is in detoxification of the body tissue.

The need to cleanse and balance the terrain cannot be overstated in these troubling times. Order my body cleansing system today. Call 336-852 3040.

 

 

 

 

 

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Abdel J. Nuriddin, N.D., Ph.D

By Abdel J. Nuriddin, N.D., Ph.D.

So often we as human beings think we have time to wait. None of us know when the Death Angel will approach our door, and yet we know at some time it will come for our souls.

Because death is inevitable and we all know it, we have a tendency to put off what sometimes we know to be the proper behavior to preserve our health. How easy it is to say at times, “We all have to go at sometime and from something, so why care?”

While death is inevitable, it should not be our objective. Life is meant to be healthy, happy, robust and abundant. The object of life is industry, growth, development and prosperity.

As humans, we should strive for wealth, joy, humor and tranquillity. We should look for challenges to stimulate our minds to press on toward the goal. The meaning of life is enterprise, and advancement is its stabilizing force.

Too many Americans have taken a ho hum attitude toward life and now death is a way out. As believers in G-d, we should never have to take this attitude, which is a disease that leads to chronic physiological and social problems.

The Qur’an tells us after we finish with one task, find another to give our energies to. We must always have goals that compel us to do something now!

Keep the pressure for improvement and advancement on yourself at all times. Stop to rest but not too long, or the bugs will destroy your garden. However, we must make sleep a necessity, not an objective or the roof may fall through.

I believe not getting out of ourselves what we know we should, somehow interferes with our attitudes and causes all types of problems in our lives.

The quest for progress should be in the life of the housewife as well as in the life of the businessman. This makes for a healthy society and a progressive future generation.

Values were meant to be costly. Labor, effort, price and promise should become bywords in our lives to stimulate greater growth. We should all be willing to pay the price to receive the promise, and victory in every area of your life is the promise.

Praise Allah, for this day and your ability to see the sun rise and set. Thank Allah, that you can breath, eat and sleep. Thank Him for the blessing of comprehension and judgment.

Thank Him that you still have time to see your children walk, play and grow. It is Allah, Who has blessed you with this day, and He wants you to make something out of it.

Today is the day to make that difficult decision. Today is the day to start eating better. Today is the day to become more organized. Today is the day to finish your assignment. Today is the day to start your exercise program. Today is the day to say I’m sorry and ask for forgiveness, not tomorrow today is the day.

Listen to Dr. Nuriddin each Monday morning on Americanmuslim360.com at 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. est.  Call in number is 646-716-4478.

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Abdel J. Nuriddin, N.D., Ph.D

By Abdel J. Nuriddin, N.D., Ph.D.

The fall can be a great time of year, barring no unforeseen catastrophes. The foliage is falling from the trees, and the temperatures are normally tolerable.

If we planted in the spring and protected the crop in the summer, then we should expect to collect the harvest in the fall.

Because we know that winter is coming, then fall is a good time to plan how to get through the winter. I have noticed the squirrels carrying nuts probably to their winter home; it’s a time to conserve and store energy.

So if man has adequately protected through the summer, the fall will be a time of celebration (harvest). The fall should be a time of jubilation and joy because we should all be able to eat at harvest time.

However, if we go to sleep in the celebrating spirit and eat the seed corn along with the rest of the crop, we won’t have anything to plant next spring. If we fail to plan for the future and the change of weather, we will fall victim to the seasons.

While the weather in the fall isn’t extremely cold, it can be erratic. It’s a time of year when the weather can deceive man, and it will affect the body in various ways. The temperature of the body will begin to adjust and adapt to the new climatic conditions.

The muscles and joints will be affected by the change, and the respiratory tract and its mucus lining will adjust accordingly.

The earth won’t enjoy as much sunlight as it did in the summer, and some lower species in the creation will hibernate and migrate until after the cold weather passes.

These are signs of the up coming challenge for man.

Winter is a time of difficulty, so we must plan in the fall. The earth won’t bear fruit in the winter, so we must store food in the fall.

We must think summer in springtime. We must think fall in the summer. We must think winter in fall. And think spring in winter. No matter how difficult the winter will get, we know the relief will come in the spring.

Springtime is a time of opportunity. All life upon the earth is waiting for the spring when trees will blossom, flowers will blossom and man can plant again.

However, if man doesn’t take advantage of the time when it is ripe, he loses the opportunity in the cycle. If he doesn’t plant in the spring he won’t have a chance to have a harvest in the fall.

Summertime is the time to protect the crop (opportunity) that was planted in the spring. If you don’t give attention to the crop, the bugs and pest will eat it. If you don’t protect your opportunity, life will forbid its manifestation.

And we must remember that on this planet, every garden will be attacked. It doesn’t make a difference how well you prune it or how clean it is, or how true it is, it will be attacked.

Ants think winter in summer; you see them taking food for storage underground. And although they know they will be underground for a while, they know it won’t last long.

First warm day and the ants surface again. Opportunity always follows difficulty, expansion always follows recession, ease comes after difficulty – just like spring follows winter.

Allah (G-d) has given us these Signs in nature to teach us about ourselves. And although we can’t control the seasons, we can control ourselves. We can get stronger, become wiser and get better.

There’s still time to cleanse your respiratory track this season. For consultation, visit genesishealthcenter.com or call 336-852-3040.

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Abdel J. Nuriddin, N.D., Ph.D

By Ayesha K. Mustafaa

 

Praise be to Allah, we have come full circle in another year to present one of Muslim Journal’s most beloved honors – The Monte I. Fateen Sr. Award. Bro. Monte was one of the most reliable Muslims in the history of the Muslim Journal. He represents hard work, dependability and un-flinching support for this historical newspaper.

This year the Monte I. Fateen Sr. Award will be presented to awardee Dr. Abdel J. Nuriddin, N.D., Ph.D. and Muslim Journal columnist for the past 25 years. Not only does he write in the Muslim Journal, but he supports the newspaper in spirit and in preserving its good name.

The accomplished 68-year-old Imam Nuriddin is married with three children. He established his faith in the religion of “Al-Islam” as a result of studying the Holy Qur’an, the Bible, and the life of Prophet Muhammed under the adeptness of Imam W. Deen Mohammed.

Preceding that research was his initial practice of “Islam” in 1972 under the leadership of the Hon. Elijah Muhammad.  Imam Nuriddin’s religious training led him to the completion of Hajj (pilgrimage) to Mecca, Saudi Arabia in 1981.

In 1983, he was a guest of the Saudi Arabian government, who invited him once again to perform Hajj.

Imam Nuriddin also served as the Resident Imam of Masjid Nu’man Buffalo, N. Y. from 1980 to 1988. He served as an Associate Imam to Imam Ezekiel Pasha of the world renowned Masjid Malcolm Shabazz in Harlem, N.Y., from 1992 to 1995.

He also served as the Resident Imam of Ummil Ummat Islamic Center in Greensboro, N.C., from 2008 to 2012. Dr. Nuriddin served as the chairperson of the Muslim American Society Monitoring Team under the leadership of Imam W Deen Mohammed from 1999 to 2005

In 1999, Imam Nuriddin, accompanying Imam W. Deen Mohammed and a delegation of 90 participants from the United States, attended a global interfaith conference at The Vatican in Rome, Italy, hosted by Pope Paul II.

In 2005, he traveled to Israel on an interfaith Mission with Christians and Jews. He served on the Greensboro Human Relations Commission from 2006 to 2012 and became the first Muslim to serve as its chairperson in 2010.

Today, Imam Nuriddin serves a 3-year term on the War Memorial Commission in Greensboro. He is also a member of the Steering Committee of the Greensboro Religious Leaders Forum.

Imam Nuriddin is a regional board member of the National Conference of Community and Justice (Emeritus Status). He currently serves as the Chief of Staff of Chapter 20 of Disabled American Veterans of Guilford County, N. C. He is the elected president of the Gillespie Community Development Corporation in Greensboro.

He received his BA and MA in Nutrition from the American Holistic College of Nutrition in Birmingham, Alabama. In addition Dr. Nuriddin holds a PhD in Holistic Nutrition from the American Holistic College of Nutrition.  His Doctorate Degree in Naturopathy is from the Clayton School of Natural Healing also in Birmingham.

Dr Nuriddin has studied with Dr. Bill Horosh, Dr. E. C. Watkins, Mr. Michael Coyle, and Mr. John Andrews MH, Ir, of the United Kingdom. He is a Diplomat of Holistic Iridology awarded by The International Institute of Iridology class of 2008.

Combining his business skills with his practice as a student of Micro Biology, a Master Herbalist, and Nutritional Consultant has afforded Dr. Nuriddin a diverse clientele throughout the United States to whom he provides health services, nutritional products, and wellness advice.

In the past, he offered such services from his Genesis Health and Nutrition Center in Buffalo.

Today Dr. Nuriddin lives in Greensboro, where he owns and operates Genesis Health and Nutrition Center LLC with his wife Connie. Dr. Nuriddin is the author of two books, “Causes, Symptoms and Solutions” and “The Five Essentials of Balanced Health.” 

Dr. Nuriddin is a sought after speaker in mosques, churches, on college and university campuses throughout the United States of America and Caribbean. He holds a number of awards and citations for community work.

For 14 years, Imam Nuriddin has been  the Executive Producer and Host of a live call-in weekly TV program. This program is produced on cable 8 TV, and viewed each Wednesday at 7 p.m., in the city of Greensboro.

He also hosts a program titled “Wholistic Health” each Monday morning from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. EST on AM360 blog talk radio.

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Water an Essential For Life

By Haleem Abdul-Rahman                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

The title of this article is not an over statement: Water is an essential for life. If I wanted to over dramatize, I would say it is the very essence of life. Of course, that would be “breath.”

Water is so vital that Almighty G-d says that all life comes from water. This revelation is consistent with science, which theorizes that life evolves out of water. Seventy-five percent of the earth is made of water. The human anatomy has a similar makeup.                                                                                                                                  Since water has such an important position in the creation, it is only logical that an adequate consumption of quality alkaline water is a must for those who choose a healthy life style, those seeking to prevent and to overcome serious maladies.

Most maladies or blockages are the condition of dehydration or the inability of nutrients to deposit in vital organs. That is why any approach to health should begin and end with drinking quality alkaline water.                                                                        Alkaline water is the natural state that water is in, as it runs down mountains, over rocks and along the rivers or lakes. In the natural environment, the minerals in the rocks purify and give its properties to the water.

Drinking quality alkaline water hydrates at the cellular level. Because the water has a high ph level, antioxidant, micro-clustered and is oxygenated, it has the capacity to carry nutrients deeper into the cells. This is the source of good health.

Quality alkaline water is nature’s gift to mankind. However, most of our drinking water has become contaminated with industrial waste. Thus, the natural purification process of the water has been interrupted.

Most of the water today has pollutants, pharmaceuticals and other toxins. The current filtration systems filter most toxins but, in doing so, remove most of the nutrients as well.

Drinking quality alkaline will not fix every problem. However, problems caused by dehydration cannot be solved without addressing the dehydration. Keeping this in mind, restoring and maintaining adequate hydration can increase the effectiveness of any approach to health.

The human body is 25 percent solid or solute 75 percent water, which is solvent. The solute refers to the enzymes, minerals, proteins, hormones, etc.

Over the years, medicine has attempted to manipulate the solute in the body to achieve health benefits. Nevertheless, if the solvent (quality water) is depleted, the electromagnetic fields of the solute will not work at its capacity.

In order to obtain optimal health, proper hydration is essential. Every function of the body is assisted by the flow of quality alkaline water.

When people think “thirst,” coffee, tea, soda, a cold beer come to mind for far too many. These fluids can never substitute for the body’s need for true alkalized water as nature provides.

In fact, these substances can actually increase dehydration because the body must further dilute them due to their concentrated composition. This overworks and causes harm to the kidneys over time because the kidneys need quality alkaline water to do its job effectively.

There are many ways to get good alkaline water. One can be to merely put some lemon in the water. This turns the water alkaline.

But it is not quality alkaline, because it doesn’t have the negative mineral ions that work aggressively to pull toxins out of the body. Nor does this provide the necessary antioxidant protection your cells need to maintain health.

Of course, one can purchase a hi-tech water ionizer which could cost from $4,000 to $7,000. Also cases of alkaline water can be purchased. They cost about $2.50 per bottle. This is about a $450 monthly expense.                                                         The economical way to get quality alkaline water is to purchase a Quality Alkaline Water Stick by Quality Heart Beets for only $24.95. This water stick lasts for three months of continuous use.

The quality alkaline water stick by Quality Heart Beets works as it simulates what happens in nature. As water flows down mountains and across rivers and lakes, the energy and properties from the rock helps to purify the water and transfer its mineral ions and healthy antioxidant properties to the water.

Likewise, after placing your quality alkaline water stick into your water container, give it a vigorous 7 to 10 second shake. This works to transfer the properties of the healing stones to the water.

There are different alkaline water sticks on the market. Do your research and see if the company lists the stones that make their water alkaline. If not, you can assume that the stick is cheap.

A quality stick will list the stones that turns your water alkaline. If you are going to invest in your health, why not go for quality at an affordable price.                              The Quality Alkaline Water Stick by Quality Heart Beets is made of eight precious mineral crystals and stones.

TOURMALINE: This is a highly valued electric stone that generates negative ions, reduces water clusters and decreases the size of water molecules. This allows hydration at the cellular level, promoting growth and healing to every cell.

Also hydrating the mitochondria or the energy source of the cell promotes better cell-to-cell communication.

ZEOLITES: They work like a micro-sponge to absorb free radicals, carcinogens and viral particles. Zeolites then carry these harmful substances safely out of the body through normal elimination.

MAIFANSHI: This is a mineral stone that absorbs and eliminate trace toxic substances, such as mercury, lead and harmful bacteria.

FAR-INFRARED: This stone works to increase the body’s resistance to infectious diseases. It adds antioxidant protection, increases oxygen capacity in the blood and improves stress tolerance.

MUYO JADE: This crystal is rich in high-grade minerals and turns your water into a high quality mineral water.

CLAY: It works to attract and neutralize poisons in the intestinal tract. It helps to eliminate food allergies, food poisoning, viral infections and parasites. There is virtually no digestive disorder that clay will not help to treat.

KAOLIN EARTH: This helps to give your skin a radiant glow. It compliments your skin with natural essences and enhances the benefits of the stick’s mineral ingredients.

NANO SILVER POWDER: This crystal has a strong inhibitory effect on pathogens and other destructive micro-organisms. Nano silver powder also helps to repair damaged cells.

There you have the properties that are the make up of the Quality Alkaline Water Stick by Quality Heart Beets. We encourage each of you to invest in your health. The consumption of quality water is one of the best investments you will ever make.

For more information, call 410-499-5982; visit the website qualitywaterstick.com.

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