Ramadan and intermittenting fasting

Islam works on guilt. It know each Abdul and Aisha will sin and then you are on a treadmill, running constantly to clean yourself. However you pray, fast, or do good, you know it is not enough. So, in desperation, they hope few insults and defending Islam, Allah will forgive them for their “few slips”  which scientifically we know are normal human needs. Ramadan is back, and they are back. But is Ramadan good?

All the intermittent fad diets we see do not resemble Ramadan. We have three MASSIVE differences between intermittent diets and Ramadan fasting:

1. You are encouraged to drink water. Ramadan, you are not!
2. They are continual as needed, not fixed for one month.
3. They are intended for people who have weight problems, not everyone!

Ramadan requires to fast daytime and eat as you want when sunset has been proven SCIENTIFICALLY to be bad for you.

Here are the key problems:


Studies found that incidences of dehydration increase during the month of Ramadan is bad for you:

Evidence of hemoconcentration and dehydration has been found during Ramadan (Kayikcioglu et al., 1999; Ramadan et al., 1999; Schmahl & Metzler, 1991;). Restricted fluid intake, leading to disturbance in the fluid balance, is likely to cause these conditions. In the initial stages of dehydration, the clinical signs are tachycardia, tiredness and malaise, headaches and nausea (Schmahl & Metzler).

Weight Fluctuation:

The following study takes a look at the significant fluctuations in the weight of individuals that occurs during the month of Ramadan, primarily as a result of the metabolic changes that occur in the body.

Numerous studies have reported significant weight loss during Ramadan (Adlouni et al, 1997; Adlouni et al., 1998; Kayikcioglu, 1999). The declines may result from water loss early in Ramadan and loss of body fat during the later period (Sweileh et al., 1992). In fact, we did find evidence of dehydration.

Other studies show weight gain is pandemic in many Gulf countries, during Ramadan, and has significant negative impact on Diabetic patients making their conditions worse

Read more here: https://wikiislam.net/wiki/Islamic_Fasting_and_Health

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