This looks and sounds good. A bit pricey but can you confirm where the money will be utilised?
Is it going to be used for Dawah, Education, Islamic purposes or personal gain?
I see lots of chances like these where I'm asked to spend lots of money, then I just tell myself that I might as well just donate that amount to a charity.
Then the thought comes to mind, "Can I even afford to give that much in charity"
So should I spend for the sake of Allah and invest in my hereafter or should I spend on myself to look good.
If I was training for other purposes, like keeping fit in case the time comes where I need to join Prophet Jesus (Pbuh) then I probably would sign up, but first I'd need to know where the money goes.
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As-Samani / kitab al-ansab.
Cut out all processed foods.
Cut out all sugar.
Eat very less carbs.
Eat more meats and veg.
Gradually eat less and eat measured amounts.
Drink plenty of water.
Get plenty of sleep.
Set a routine for eating and don't eat outside of it.
Intermittent fasting is very good. Only eat within an 8 hour window.
Daily intensive cardio exercise. 20 mins a day is ok. More is better. Use a punching bag for cardio so it can also up your fight game at the same time. Wrestle with someone if you can. Wrestling is great for cardio and strength.
Exercise with friends/family so you can encourage each other.
Do the above and you WILL lose weight and save yourselves £100.
You should post British desi muslim food guide for weight loss. I can't find anything good online that's for our palette. Western ones are too gorafied and indian ones are designed for prajeet than abdullah.
Since getting married and getting older my weight started creeping up. My eating habits were terrible and I stopped having free time for training/exercising. I became quite overweight.
Then for the last 2 years I completely changed my eating habits as above and the weight just fell off. No training. Just changed my eating habits.
I just eat normal.foods in accordance with the above. Only thing differen are sugar free desserts that we have developed in our home. The only sweetner we use is pure organic honey. And we can't tell the difference. For example, custard - eggs, milk, real vanilla, and honey for sweetness. There is nothing bad or over fattening in those ingredients, but it tastes just as good as the processed stuff.
In my opinion processed foods are the main culprit. A tin of baked beans contains a huge amount of sugar. They need to add the sugar to counter the taste of the colouring, preservatives, packaging process, etc. But you could make better, healthier baked beans at home by using fresh ingredients and cutting out the need for sugar. They tell us beans are a great low fat source of fibre and protein, but forget to tell us that the processing and preservation methods completely destroys the benefits.
This cannot be undone and I am sure it will be greatly appreciated.
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