Sumiya Khan is a mother of two and a Registered Dietitian and Certified Nutritionist with over 15 years of experience. She approaches diet and health by emphasizing food quality and self-care. Her approach is to find practical ways to enjoy making healthy changes to create wellness, and reconnecting people with their potential to heal using whole foods. As a consultant, Sumiya provides holistic education on all aspects of nutrition, including maternal and child health, school nutrition, weight management, chronic disease management, and cooking. She presents nutrition workshops to various Muslim communities, providing education that is culturally appropriate and in reference to the Quran and Prophetic example. In addition to her passion for food and nutrition, Sumiya enjoys baking, reading, traveling and photography.
Sumiya Khan, MS, RD
Sumiya Khan is a mother of two and a Registered Dietitian and Certified Nutritionist with over 15 years of experience.
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July 9, 2015
As we enter the last days of Ramadan, many of us boost our spiritual practice to reap the immense rewards promised during these blessed days. We have gotten into a routine of waking up for suhur (pre-dawn meal), being vigilant in our daily ibadah (religious practice), breaking fast with our family and friends, and then ending the day with more ibadah . But, as mothers and caregivers, we know that our ibadah can extend beyond prayer and fasting. That our ibadah includes providing nourishing foods at suhur and iftar (breakfast) that will sustain and replenish our families both physically and...