Raw Food Consumption And Its Effects On Human Health: An Analysis Of Halalan Toyyiban Concept
Keywords:Raw foods, Halalan Toyyiban, haram, Islamic jurists
This study aimed to analyze the status of consuming raw food and health effects on the human body by elaborating views of moslems scholars through the concept of halalan toyyiban, as well as to determine the advantages and disadvantages of consuming raw foods from health and food expert. The method that had been used was through information-gathering method; to explain and analyze the related data. This study found that most of muslim jurists agreed to allow the consumption of raw foods as long as those foods come from halal raw meat, slaughtered in accordance with food guidance in Islam.
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