You are invited to our family night with Dr. Zaki who will speak about “Principles of Islam and Human Physiology: Comparative Concepts”
Dr. Zakiya Bomani Moyenda (fka – Byron Christopher Williams) was born in London, England and raised in Rockford, IL. He has traveled extensively across the US and the Caribbean over the past 20 years in pursuit of advanced education. Dr. Moyenda has been writing independently for over 25 years. His intellectual interests are diverse and his ability to connect with various people across all levels of the cultural and economic spectrum has been vividly illustrated in his first publication entitled – “Eternal Soul – Spoken Words from an Intelligent Warrior on a Journey.” This eloquent and thought-provoking work of poetry is a MUST READ for anyone remotely interested in the joyful & spiritual struggle of life.
Dr. Moyenda is a board certified physician who currently practices hospital medicine throughout southern Florida. He is also the Founder, President & Chief Medical Officer of The Tazkiyah Health Institute, Inc. – a unique and upcoming private, concierge medical practice that will focus on high-quality patient care, disease prevention, health promotion and proper nutrition.
Dr. Moyenda reverted to – and embraced – Islam in 1997 while attending graduate school in Philadelphia. He is married for 8 years with 2 kids – ages 6 and 3 – girl and boy.
Today artificial sweeteners and other sugar substitutes are found in a variety of food and beverages; they’re marketed as “sugar-free” or “diet,” including soft drinks, chewing gum, jellies, baked goods, candy, fruit juice, and ice cream and yogurt.
Just what are all these sweeteners? And what’s their role in your diet?
Dinner will be served compliments of Muslim Youth club (MYC)