Abdel Nuriddin was born in buffalo, New York June 13, 1946. His father was not in the household and his mother was poor. He with 3 brothers and 3 sisters pretty much ate what was put on the table that they were told was fit for consumption. Neither mother nor father had any back ground in health or nutrition. Abdel was raised a Baptist in the Christian Church. He credits his spiritual foundation to those early days in Sunday school and singing in the choir. In those early days while living with his grandmother he and his brother and sister had to go to church each Sunday. Abdel is a veteran of the Viet Nam Era. In 1972 when his life was without guidance he joined the Nation of Islam under the leadership and guidance of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad where he met his wife Connie. He joined because he saw the discipline in the followers of that movement. While practicing the tenants of that movement is where he started to learn about health and developed better eating habits. In his mid-twenties, he developed the desire to be a businessman that wore suits. 1986 he met Ali Yasin in New York City at Malcomb Shabazz Mosque and this shaped his focus toward residual income. In 1986 Abdel and his wife Connie now of 42 years met Bill and Mildred Horosh. Bill was an Iridologist and naturopathic doctor and Mildred a colon therapist and nutritional consultant. From Bill and Millie, he learned about Iridology, tissue cleaning how to use herbs and vitamins minerals to create protocols for clients to build better health in mind and body. Since the early seventies, Abdel has had as his main interest seeing people awake to their ultimate human potential and excellent health. He shares his time with people throughout the globe teaching and coaching on wholistic health and creating protocols for his client base. Abdel believes that America is a great place to live and would love to see more Americans healthy, happy prosperous and rich.
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