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Describes how Muslims celebrate the month of Ramadan, one of Islam's most important celebrations, a time to fast and make amends
The religion of Islam -- The revelations of Muhammad -- The Qur'an -- Praying to Allah -- Ramadan
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Ingesta de nutrientres, estado nutricional y representaciones sociales en las personas que profesan la religión islámica y realizan el ayuno de Ramadán [Nutrientres intake, nutritional status and social representations in people who profess Islam and perform the fast of Ramadan]Iturralde, Camila (Facultad de Ciencias Medicas, 2013)"La practica del ayuno de Ramadán impone a las personas que los practican importantes modificaciones fisiológicas debido a las restricciones y dieteticas a las que se ven sometidos."
Comentario del Shayj Muhammad Sa‟îd Ramadân al-Butî sobre las hikam de Ibn `Atâ' Allâh al-Iskandarî [Review of Shaykh Muhammad Sa 'id Ramadan al-Buti on Ibn hikam `Ata 'Allah al-Iskandarî]SQ (Unión de Comunidades Islámicas de España, 2011)"Esta hikmah en realidad completa la hikmah anterior. Ibn `Atâ' Allâh nos pide que nos adaptemos a la realidad en la que Allâh nos ha puesto. La escala de medir para esta realidad es la noble Sharî’ah" ["This Hikmah actually complete the previous Hikmah. Ibn `Ata 'Allah us asks us to adapt to the reality in which Allah has placed us. Scale measure for this reality is the noble shari'a"]
Change of Diet, Plasma Lipids, Lipoproteins, and Fatty Acids during Ramadan: A Controversial Association of the Considered Ramadan Model with Atherosclerosis RiskAhmed Barkia; Kamel Mohamed; Maha Smaoui; Nouri Zouari; Mohamed Hammami; Moncef Nasri (icddr,b, 2014-05-06)Different Islamic populations have different alimentary habits, notably during Ramadan. The paper reports the change of diet, lipids, and lipoproteins produced during Ramadan in one Tunisian population. During Ramadan, the study subjects consumed more proteins, cholesterol, vitamin E (p<0.01), and polyunsaturated fatty acids (p<0.05). At the same time, they exhibited an increase in total cholesterol, low-density lipoprotein-cholesterol (p<0.01) and apoprotein B (p<0.05) and a decrease in the ratio of apoprotein AI to apoprotein B (p<0.01). All assayed saturated fatty acids were unaffected by Ramadan fasting while three unsaturated fatty acids (C18:1cis9, C18:2n-6, and C30:4n-6) increased significantly. A return to the habitual diet for a four-week period was not sufficient to restore the pre-fasting patterns. For the study subjects, Ramadan was clearly associated with a change of diet and biochemical profile but its effective impact on atherosclerosis risk was unclear, perhaps, because other non-alimentary changes ought to be considered too. Future studies considering the non-alimentary factors, such as sleep and physical activity, would be useful to clarify the contribution of dietary change in the observed modification of biological profile.