What does Halal mean?
Halāl (Arabic: حلال ḥalāl, "permissible"), refers to what is permissible or lawful in traditional Islamic law. It is frequently applied to permissible food and drinks. In the Quran, the word halal is contrasted with haram (forbidden). For a meat to be certified "halal," it needs to be slaughtered in a certain way. Some animals that are not considered to be halal consist of pork, donkey, tiger, leopard and fox etc.
Why is eating halal a better option?
Clean and Safe to Consume:
Meat from animals that are halal certified are raised and fed naturally and free from animal byproducts. They cannot be inject with any hormones either and need to raised with natural and healthy food. In other words, it is safer to eat. When the animal is slaughtered in a Halal manner, all the blood is drained out including the blood from the organs. It means that the meat will be free from harmful substances because blood is the source of harmful substances and there is no thing as dangerous as contaminated blood entering your body.
A Positive Impact on Health:
Halal meat is healthy and safe to consume. It has several health benefits that are scientifically proven and some of them are: it leads to having a stronger immune system, its consumption is recommended in order to fight with depression and has a good impact on brain.