Dermatologists and Herbalists Agree: Pearl Powder is a Superfood with Scientific Evidence to Prove it!by Wan Qhadija Ahmad Nizam
Pearl powder is a food-based ingredient which has been gaining in popularity in the food industry. It is a natural product that is derived from the pearl oyster and is used as a supplement to enhance the nutritional value and health benefits of food products.
Unlock the Nutritional Benefits of Organic Moroccan Argan Oil: A Nutritionist & Herbalist Explain the Scientific Evidenceby Wan Qhadija Ahmad Nizam
Organic Moroccan Argan Oil has been rapidly gaining popularity in the food industry due to its numerous health benefits. Argan oil is a natural, plant-based oil, which is extracted from the kernels of the Argan tree, native to Morocco.
Nutritionists & Herbalists Unite: Scientific Evidence Supports Unrefined Cold-Pressed Red Palm Oil in Sunnah Diet Protocolsby Wan Qhadija Ahmad Nizam
Red palm oil is one of the most nutritious oil available and is gaining increased popularity in the food industry. It is unrefined, cold-pressed, and extracted from the fruit of the Elaeis guineensis palm tree.
Unlocking the Nutrition Power of Moringa Oleifera: The Sunnah Diet Protocol Backed by Scientific Evidenceby Wan Qhadija Ahmad Nizam
Moringa oleifera is a nutrient-rich plant native to India, Africa and the Middle East. It has been used for centuries in traditional medicinal practices and is now gaining attention in the food industry.
Herbalist Reveals Scientific Evidence for Using Virgin Coconut Oil Fermented in the Sunnah Diet Protocol for Optimal Nutritionby Wan Qhadija Ahmad Nizam
Virgin coconut oil is a type of oil that is derived from the meat of mature coconuts and is used extensively in the food industry. It has a number of nutritional benefits, including high levels of lauric acid, which has anti-viral, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties.
The baobab tree, also known as the African Tree of Life, is a species of tree native to Africa, Madagascar, and Australia. It has been used for centuries as a source of food and medicine, and has recently become popular in the food industry.