CALORIE RESTRICTION WITH PROPHETIC CONTROL DIET ETIQUETTES BEAR BENEFITS FOR HUMANKIND: A REVIEW

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IMTEYAZ AHMED
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0143-4137

Abstract

Calorie Restriction (CR) is a dietary regimen with no malnutrition. Dieting is significant in maintaining a healthy life. Unfortunately most of our health problems like obesity, cardiovascular diseases, high blood pressure, diabetes etc are linked mainly to unhealthy diet. In various studies on human beings, CR has ensured the realization of various benefits pertaining to health like reduction of abdominal fat mass, increase in insulin sensitivity, lowering in body temperature, decrease in metabolic rate and reduction of the levels of pro-inflammatory cytokines, reactive oxygen species (ROS) and atherosclerotic lipids in blood. The prophetic way of eating i.e the Sunnah way of eating is very comprehensive and has been found to be in perfect agreement with CR. As dramatic worsening in dietary behaviors at global level, over the past few decades, has led to the increased trends in several metabolic risk factors, causing deaths and disability worldwide, and the people are not realizing that the largely preventable factors/behaviors like physical inactivity and overeating can make the difference if unpracticed. Religion can play a very important role in maintaining our health by providing emotional support and motivation. The present review aims at gathering refocus on CR that being a very significant and much needed, health-friendly factor. Also the effort has been made to increase emphasis upon CR by seeking motivation from the prophetic control diet etiquettes for healthy living.

Keywords:
Moderate eating, NCDs, Dietary regimen, Sunnah.

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AHMED, I. (2021). CALORIE RESTRICTION WITH PROPHETIC CONTROL DIET ETIQUETTES BEAR BENEFITS FOR HUMANKIND: A REVIEW. UTTAR PRADESH JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY, 42(6), 26-36. Retrieved from http://mbimph.com/index.php/UPJOZ/article/view/2015
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