What Does Islam Say About Dieting?

  title={What Does Islam Say About Dieting?},
  author={Mohammad Zakir Hossain},
  journal={Journal of Religion and Health},
Dieting is very important to maintain a healthy and peaceful life. Today, most of the health problems are related with dieting. Thus, the modern health science recommends a number of suggestions regarding dieting for better health such as learning the five basic food groups (grains, vegetables, fruits, dairy, and meat); eating three times a day; decreasing the amount of fat; increasing the amount of fruits, vegetables and grains; including an adequate amount of iron; and avoiding excessive rich… CONTINUE READING
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