Friday, June 26, 2015

Social Media

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#GOOGLE is my #brain 

Monday, June 22, 2015

Body during fasting

Some interesting information what happens to our Body during fasting!

Detoxification Stage 1 (Day 1 To Day 2) 

On the first day of fasting, the blood sugar level drops. The heart slows and blood pressure is reduced. Glycogen is pulled from the muscle causing some weakness. The first wave of cleansing is usually the worst. Headaches, dizzinessnausea, bad breath, and a heavily coated tongue are signs of the first stage of cleansing. Hunger can be the most intense in this period.

Detoxification Stage 2 (Day 3 To Day 7)

Fats, Composed of transformed fatty acids, are broken down to release glycerol from the gliceride molecules and are converted to glucose. The skin may become oily as rancid oils are purged from the body. People with problem-free skin may have a few days of pimples or even a boil. The body embraces the fast and the digestive system is able to take a much-needed rest, focusing all of its energies on cleansing and healing. White blood cell and immune system activity increases. You may feel pain in your lungs. The cleansing organs and the lungs are in the process of being repaired. The breath is still foul and the tongue coated. Within the intestine, the colon is being repaired and impacted feces on the intestinal wall start to loosen. 

Detoxification Stage 3 (Day 8 to Day 15)

You will experience enhanced energy, clear-mindedness and feel better. On the downside, old injuries may become irritated and painful. This is a result of the body's increased ability to heal during fasting. If you had broken your arm 10 years before, there is scar tissue around the break. At the time of the break, the body's ability to heal was directly related to lifestyle. If you lived on a junk-food diet, the body's natural healing ability was compromised. During fasting, the body's healing process is at optimum efficiency. As the body scours for dead or damaged tissue, the lymphocytes enter the older, damaged tissue secreting substances to dissolve the damaged cells. These substances irritate the nerves in the surrounding region and cause a reoccurrence of aches from previously injured areas that may have disappeared years earlier. The pain is good as the body is completing the healing process. The muscles may become tight and sore due to toxin irritation. The legs can be the worst affected, as toxins accumulate in the legs. Cankers are common in this stage due to the excessive bacteria in the mouth. Daily gargling with salt and water will prevent or heal cankers.

Detoxification Stage 4 (Day 16 to Day 30) 

The body is completely adapted to the fasting process. There is more energy and clarity of mind. Cleansing periods can be short with many days of feeling good in between. There are days when the tongue is pink and the breath is fresh. The healing work of the organs is being completed. After the detoxification mechanisms have removed the causative agent or render it harmless, the body works at maximum capacity in tissue proliferation to replace damaged tissue. After day 20, the mind is affected. Heightened clarity and emotional balance are felt at this time. Memory and concentration improve. 

Subhaan Allah what great health benefits but think of the rewards that will really matter and given by Allah Subhanahu wa Ta'ala in this life and the hereafter InshAllah.

Please forward this msg as people give up fasting in the first couple of days due to these symptoms , because they cant cope. Jazak'Allah

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Non Muslim came to Muslim Aalim and asked

▶ A Non Muslim came to an Aalim and asked: Why is it Not Permissible in Islam for a Women to shake hands with a Men❓

▶The Aalim said: Can you shake hands with the Queen❓

▶The Non Muslim said: Of course not, there are only certain people who can shake hands with the Queen.

▶The Aalim then replied: Our Women are Queens and Queens do not shake hands with strange men.

▶Then the Non Muslim asked another Question: Why do your women cover up their bodies❓

▶The Aalim smiled and got two sweets, he opened the first one and kept the other one closed. He threw them both on the dusty floor and asked the Non Muslim: If I asked you to take one of the sweets from the floor,which one will you take❓

▶The Non Muslim replied: The covered one of course

▶The Aalim said: That's how we treat and see our women,,,,.

▶The Non Muslim then asked: Show me God if he exists.

▶The Aalim Replied: Look straight into the Sun

▶Non muslim Replied: I Can't see, the Rays are hurting my eyes. 
▶The Aalim Said: If you can't look at the Creation of God then how will you be able to Look at the Creator❓❓❓

▶Lastly the Non Muslim invited the Aalim to his house and gave him some Grapes, the Aalim eat them, then the Non Muslim offered him a cup of wine, the Aalim refused, the Non Muslim asked him how come you Muslims are forbidden drink wine and yet you eat grapes, although the wine comes from grapes❓

▶The Aalim Replied: Do you have a daughter❓
He said yes, 
▶The Aalim asked him could you marry her❓
▶The Non Muslim said no, the Aalim said SubhanAllah, you marry her mother and can't marry her although she came from her too
▶A must read please ....
Awsome message!...
feel proud to be a muslim,
treasure it and preserve the great gift of Imaan which Allah s.w.t has blessed you with.

Please share thisl simple yet very informative educational message with All your Muslim and Non Muslim friends

Monday, June 15, 2015

Common mistakes in #Ramadhan

Common mistakes in #Ramadhan:

1. Drinking "rooh afza" on a daily basis🍹

- Why: It contains high amounts of sugar, additives  and colarants

- Solution: If you have to, drink it twice a week maximum

2. Drinking large amounts of water at iftaar time

- Why: Filling the stomach with water is more strenuous to it than with food. 

- Solution: have a few sips at iftaar then a glass after every two hours.

3. Exercising directly after iftaar.

- Why: the body's blood flow is concentrated around the stomach at that time.

- Solution: Exercise after two hours of eating to ease digestion.

4. Chewing and swallowing food fast.

- Why: chewing food slowly can speed up digestion and help maintain your weight

5. Having dessert directly after iftaar

- Why: they make you drowsy and sleepy 😴

- Solution: leave at least a two hour gap between iftaar and dessert to stay fresh and awake for prayers

6. Consuming foods with high amounts of sodium

- Why: Sodium triggers thirst through out the fasting hours of the day

- Solution: instead, eat foods that are high in potassium, they retain water and supress your thirst.

# Bananas are high in potassium. A banana at Suhoor time can control your thirst level through out the day.

# Best sources of potassium for Suhoor time: 

 - bananas 🍌

 - milk 🍼

 - dates

 - avocados 🍏

 - dried peaches 🍐

 - pistachios

 - pumpkin 🍠

 - peas 🌱

 - dark chocolate 🍫

# Worst choices for Suhoor: 

 - biryani 

 - kebab 🍒🍑

 - pizza 

 - fast food in general 🍝

 - cheese πŸ•

 - haleem 🍲

# Best choices for Suhoor: 

 - potato

 - rice🍚

 - dates

 - whole grain bread 🍞

 - banana 🍌

Please do not keep this reminder to yourself, share with your beloved brothers and sisters . Ramzan is coming.  Click and share