[Free Webinar] Sunnah Living is Healthy Living

webinar Sunnah Living

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Sunnah Living is Healthy Living – Powerpoint Presentation

About the speaker

Dr. Shagufta Feroz is an internationally known holistic family physician and nutritionist. She offers individualized nutritional healing programs for all kinds of diseases. She is a frequent speaker at educational institutions, public seminars, health clubs and various television shows. She currently lives in Lahore, Pakistan where she runs her Integrated Holistic Care Centre. She is the Founder of SLP (Shagufta Liver Program) and Holistic Health Awareness Movement. She is the author of a book: Living as Nature Intended.

She holds the following qualifications:

  • M.B.B.S.M.C.P.S (Family Medicine)
  • PhD (Holistic Nutrition) U.S.A.
  • Certified in Nutritional Wellness (American Naturopathic Certification Board)
  • NES Scan Certified (UK)
  • Chapter Leader Pakistan for Weston A. price Foundation (USA)
  • Member American Holistic Medical Association
  • Member British Holistic Medical Association

For more details, visit her LinkedIn profile at http://www.linkedin.com/pub/shagufta-feroz/34/582/76b

Parental Pressure – Tips for Teenaged Boys


  •  Are your parents forcing you to select a particular field in studies?
  • Are they giving you too many responsibilities now that you are growing up?

Listen up
You need to take it to your head that you’re growing up, and anyone would expect a boy to be mature in thinking as well as responsible! It’s not necessary to start arguing, because that’s not manliness!

Explain clearly
Talk to your parents about what you wish to choose and why. Sometimes, they may not even know what your choice is.

Be organized
Being organized can help you a lot with your responsibilities! If you are forgetful, maintain a little notebook where you can write down what you’re supposed to do!

If you are stressed out, always turn to Allah (swt) first!
As a boy, you may be a little hesitant to express your emotions or tell anyone how stressed out you are. But remember, you don’t have to lock yourself up, because Allah (swt) is willing to listen!

“If My servants ask you about Me, I am near. I answer the call of the caller when he calls on Me. They should therefore respond to Me and believe in Me so that hopefully they will be rightly guided. (Al-Baqarah 2:186)

May Allah (swt) make your tasks easy!

Parental Pressure – Tips for Teenaged Girls


  • Are your parents planning to get you married off to someone you DON’T like?
  • Are they planning to stop you from acquiring further education?
  • Are they planning to stop you from working?

Listen up, girls!

It’s not necessary to get into a fight with your family members, or depressed over their decisions. They will always want the best for you!

Speak up
There’s no harm in doing so, but be wise. Use your words carefully. Be gentle, and lay out your reasons on the table clearer than a logarithmic table! (You know it looks ugly when girls start shouting, and getting angry).

Be patient
“Oh you who believe! Seek help with patient perseverance and prayer, for God is with those who patiently persevere.” (Al-Baqarah 2:153)

Keep praying!
Sometimes, no matter how much we speak, it doesn’t work. Always remember only Allah (swt) can change people’s minds! Don’t ever undermine the power of Duas, and pour your heart out to Allah (swt).

May Allah (swt) give us what’s best for us! Ameen!