Why “Halal” products are useful and safe for health?

Selected for the slaughter of an animal or bird must be healthy. They are slaughtered in compliance with a certain ritual: over the animal or bird to read the prayer, after which he must be killed quickly and less painfully, by instant cutting the carotid arteries is very sharp knife, in the agony of the heart of the animal still works and drives the blood through the vessels and neck vessels have been cut ; thus, more cordial working engine helps to expel the majority of the blood from the meat, the animal is still alive.

Moreover, in contrast to the meat prepared in the usual way, under the terms of “Halal” is not allowed to soak and Ambassador carcasses. To animal ingredients such as emulsifiers, fat and enzymes were considered “halal,” they must be obtained from animals slaughtered according to Islamic law.

A completely different situation is in the modern “is not halal” downhole, where just before slaughter, in the animal’s blood, whose heart is still working, added preservative such as formalin – ie tissue preservative – clean for the body poison, from which it would have died without slaughter. Also no secret that is typically hammered into meat hormones, antibiotics, etc.

What is the meaning of the blood of exile?

The point is that the blood – this is the most perishable element of the body, which, emerging from the animal, contain dangerous bacteria and toxins, so the blood from the carcass should be lowered as quickly as possible, all the more so that this method of slaughter saves an animal or bird by torment unnecessary to provide, as a result, a better meat quality. As for the fact that it is forbidden to eat, as well as all the forbidden, Allah Almighty has explained to us the reason for the prohibitions, saying: “He commands endorse or prohibit reprehensible makes lawful good and forbid bad.”

“Halal” products are in demand, volumes of consumption are growing, and it is natural to try to take advantage of by unscrupulous manufacturers. If for buyers – non-Muslims under the standard products “Halal” – a quality issue, then for believers is a complex of primarily religious and ethical, and only then – the gastronomic requirements. To solve this problem, the Muslim community has developed clear criteria for “halal” products, and the institutions that carry out product certification and monitoring of its compliance with this standard.