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Faith-Based Wellness for Sisters

Maintaining our health is an act of worship & gratitude to Allah. Wellness Muslimah strives to promote a healthy lifestyle based on the Qur'an & Sunnah, in order to earn the barakah and nearness of Allah through our wellness journey's, in shaa Allah.

Healthy Body & Mind

A healthy body and mind are crucial to worshiping Allah in the best and most complete way possible.

Feed Your Deen

Just as our bodies need food to survive, so too do our souls need to be nourished and cultivated to thrive and grow closer to Allah.

Whole-Foods Nutrition

Eating fresh, natural, halal, and tayyib food is the best fuel for our bodies, minds, and spirits.

Natural Life

In today's world we are exposed to harmful chemicals and toxins. Let's take it back to Prophetic times and practice natural healing.

Meal Planning Made Easy

Stress-free, time-saving, budget-friendly meals customized for you and your family. Now that's what I'm talking about!

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Simple Recipes

I believe in the power of simplicity. That's why all of my recipes are easy, time-saving, budget-friendly & super healthy. Don't worry, they taste delicious too!

Tips & Tricks for A Healthier You

Healthy Restaurant Eating

Do you enjoy grabbing a bite to eat with your spouse or your friends? Perhaps you eat out to save time in the kitchen. Make your restaurant experience a healthy one with these simple tips.

Check out the menu ahead of time.

Order a salad or soup starter (and skip the bread)!

Split a meal with a friend.

Choose a meal that includes protein and veggies.

Take half to go.

Skip dessert, or split one dessert with a large crowd.

Simple Ways to Stay Active

In today’s world, we are sitting down way too much. Even if you get in a daily workout, sitting all day can wreak havoc on your health and your heart.

Take the stairs instead of the elevator.

When running errands, park far away from the entrance and walk.

If you sit all day, get up every 45 minutes and move.

Take a walk on your lunch break.

Try some simple stretching in the morning and evening.

Walk or bike instead of driving.

Your Rest is Important

Sleep. Most of us don’t get enough. And while it doesn’t seem to be a huge problem, it takes a huge toll on your health. Here is how to get enough sleep, even with a busy schedule.

Avoid artificial light (yes, computers and phones!) 1-2 hours before bed.

Go to sleep and wake up around the same time everyday.

Set aside 30-60 minutes to relax before bed.

Get in your daily exercise.

Spend time in the sunlight during the day.

Avoid taking naps or drinking caffeine late in the day.

Eat Good. Feel Good.

We truly underestimate the power of food. When you're eating nourishing food, you’re likely to experience more mental clarity, higher energy, better sleep, and a host of other benefits.

Eat lots of veggies with each meal.

Choose whole grains over refined carbohydrates.

Limit sugar (this includes artificial sugar).

Avoid processed foods as much as possible.

Drink lots of water everyday.

Don’t be afraid to eat fat; it’s good for your brain!

Keep Your Motivation High

It’s not easy to stay motivated day by day. But the good news is, it’s not impossible. Keep your motivation high with these simple tips.

Add variety to your routine so you don’t get bored.

Keep track of your progress so you can see your changes.

Stay in the company of others on a similar journey.

Don’t overwhelm yourself; make small, doable changes.

Reward yourself when you reach your goals.

Remember why you started in the first place.

Snacking Made Simple

Healthy eating doesn’t have to be overwhelming or time-consuming. Here are some super easy, no-cook ideas for wholesome snacks.

Apples and peanut butter.

Dates and pistachios.

Raw veggies and hummus.

Yogurt with fruit and granola.

Whole-grain toast with avocado and strawberries.

Fruit smoothie topped with chia seeds and coconut flakes.