Ramadan health benefits – The benefits of fasting to the human body

Ramadan health benefits - The benefits of fasting to the human body 1

Ramadan health benefits – The benefits of fasting to the human body

Fasting has many benefits for the body. It is an annual prevention that protects the health of the body and cures from some diseases. Thirty days of prevention of geriatric diseases, and treatment of some diseases. Geriatric disease which is always shown-up when someone is going older and aged, but its root cause is that it fell from a young age due to such things. For example overeating, enjoying, working, fatigue, and paying, and I have been consuming it over time. Fasting allows the body organs to rest and repair the damage every year.

During Ramadan, blood lipids are reduced to the lowest, and uric acid is also removed. The intestinal scale is cleared. It is washed away by hunger, cleansing the digestive system, reducing the burden on the heart, helping blood circulation, lowering blood fat, lowering uric acid, once a year. In fact, fasting is closer to prevention than cure. Once, one asked a doctor: If a person has no malignant disease, no cerebral thrombosis, no heart disease, no kidney failure, and no liver cirrhosis, how can he die? There are also infectious diseases. If a person does not get these diseases, what will he die from? He said: Arteriosclerosis.

The life span of a person is based on life of his artery

Fasting can delay arteriosclerosis, which has a preventive effect, because it can rest for a month, but it must be fasted. Nowadays people fast, and change the three meals to the night, the “Iftar” meal is very rich, and there is another meal after 12 o’clock in the morning, and then there is another fast meal, which changes three meals a day to three meals a night, which does not meet the requirements.

Fasting can cure some diseases and prevent all diseases: fasting can reduce the burden on the circulatory system, rest the blood vessels and heart, and reduce the fat and uric acid in the blood.

Fasting also eases the kidneys because metabolites are reduced

Metabolism is very complicated, nutrition is converted into body tissue or energy, and metabolism can be minimized during Ramadan. Fasting can also drive hepatic sugar. The liver is a sugar storage room. When not fasting, a cup of tea, a cup of coffee, a glass of juice constantly absorbs sugar, and the sugar stored in the liver will be driven when fasting, thereby increasing the vitality of the liver .

People do not live for three hours without liver. Even if the heart has problems, they can still live for 20 years. No liver can live for less than three hours. The drive of glycogen can activate the liver. When the glycogen moves, the subcutaneous fat will move. The sugar moves first, and the subcutaneous fat moves again. The protein and liver cells move accordingly. Fasting, as some scholars say, replacing body tissues and cleaning them is like annual maintenance of body organs.

It can also cure some diseases, acute gastritis, morning sickness, hypertension, diabetes, chronic renal failure, and some skin diseases. It is a comprehensive prevention, reducing fat, driving glycogen, reducing the burden on blood vessels, heart and circulatory system, which is the physical benefits of fasting.

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About the Author: Wayne Probert

Wayne Probert is a senior reporter at Zobuz, covering state and national politics, and he is a grantee with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. Before joining Zobuz, he worked as a freelance journalist in Kentucky, having been published by dozens of outlets including NPR, the Center for Media.