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Ramadan  101 Episode no. 20
Essam El-Shami  aka/ Sam Shamir  Proudly Presents Ramadan  101
Episode no. 20
Effat Saleh Episode prepared by:
AS mentioned in the Hadith literature: "The Messenger of Allah (SAW) would break his fast with ripe dates before he w...
One of the many physical benefits of breaking the fast with dates is that our body benefits from the date’s high level of ...
Eating large quantities of food immediately after fasting is not healthy for the body, which is in a weakened condition. E...
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Ramadan 101 Episode No. 20

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Episode No. 20
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  1. 1. Ramadan 101 Episode no. 20
  2. 2. Essam El-Shami aka/ Sam Shamir Proudly Presents Ramadan 101
  3. 3. Episode no. 20
  4. 4. Effat Saleh Episode prepared by:
  5. 5. AS mentioned in the Hadith literature: "The Messenger of Allah (SAW) would break his fast with ripe dates before he would pray. If those were not available, he would eat dried dates. If those were not available, he would drink some water.”
  6. 6. One of the many physical benefits of breaking the fast with dates is that our body benefits from the date’s high level of natural sugars. Sugars travel most quickly to the liver, where they are converted into energy more quickly than any other nutrient. Muslims have an immediate need for this energy when they break their fast
  7. 7. Eating large quantities of food immediately after fasting is not healthy for the body, which is in a weakened condition. Eating a date first helps the body start its digestive process and gives it the energy to deal with the secondary, more complex foods, eaten during iftar . Our prophet new this 1400 years ago before science now it.
  8. 8. See you tomorrow
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