Health Benefits of Fasting in Ramadan

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Published on 17 May 2018 7:50 AM GMT

Health Benefits of Fasting in Ramadan
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Ramadan is the most blessed month for Muslims in the year. While they fast during this period, even Scientists finds the Roza is beneficial for the health.

After fast within the entire month of the Ramadan, we’ve achieved the higher ranks of the spirituality through cleansing our sins and leaving our unhealthy habits by following the basic rules of this holy month. Ramadan teaches us the way to lead a life according to the prophetic rule. excluding restricting the intake of fluid and food, all Muslims around the world also leave their bad habits to create our Nama- e- amaal clean and clear.

In spite of no matter we do in the entire year, however, we become nearer to our religious customs and traditions within the Ramadan due to the spiritual benefits of this month. If we do one good deed, we get the double reward of it, that’s why Ramadan is termed because of the Month of the Blessings. excluding the spiritual benefits, do you know why quick is important for the maintenance of our health?

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Most of the Muslims have a fear that they get weak if they'd not eat or drink for a longer amount of your time, however, this concept is wrong. Scientists also find the Roza full of benefits and profits for our health as well. So, what scientists have revealed regarding the health benefits of Ramadan, find the answer below.

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It Helps in Detoxification

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When we eat the processed or fast food, it contains lots of toxins. The excessive fat works because the poison for us and it gets stored in our abdomen, thighs, and arms. Meanwhile, fat storing in the totally different places of the body also promotes the production of the advanced glycation end products (AGEs). Thus, AGEs encourages fat storage in a greater amount.

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These toxins are burnt and released from the body in the Ramadan when we don't eat and drink for a prolonged time. and also the entire method of the detoxification occurs in the Liver and Kidney. Hence, fasting also acts as the fat burner of our body, if we don’t eat the oily and sugary food in the Iftar.

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Relaxes Digestive System

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We become couch potatoes due to the increased cravings for unhealthy food. That’s why our digestive system has to work harder to metabolise every bite of your eaten hamburger within a fraction of seconds. when we eat, the digestive system stimulates completely different secretions in eth body to facilitate the digestion process. but when we’re fasting, the acidic secretions of the digestive system won't release and our vitals stay intact. Hence, fasting is also good for the maintenance of our digestive system. We become couch potatoes due to the increased cravings for unhealthy food. That’s why our digestive system has to work harder to metabolise every bite of your eaten hamburger within a fraction of seconds. when we eat, the digestive system stimulates completely different secretions in eth body to facilitate the digestion process. but when we’re fasting, the acidic secretions of the digestive system won't release and our vitals stay intact. Hence, fasting is also good for the maintenance of our digestive system.

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Resolves Inflammatory Responses

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