Spiritual purity, the strength of faith depend on the food that you eat

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Spiritual purity, the strength of faith depend on the food that you eat

The Strength of our faith or flawed in many respects depends on the food we eat. To maintain a certain tone in our body, we should consume daily food. However, in its consumption has its own rules. Because of the variety of products that are now in abundance, is permitted and prohibited from the point of view of the Shariah. Must take into account the important fact that giving preference to the Halal products, you care about your health and the health of your children - your future. Every believer must remember it. Scientists believe that the period of renewal of cells in the human body does not exceed seven years. So, if one of us, realizing his errors regarding the choice between halal and haram, will refrain from the last, to achieve a positive result must follow this rule for seven years. Per person who performs all, following the will of God and refuses forbidden, is not covered by the wiles of the devil. And those of us who can not resist the forbidden, he turns into a servant of Satan. 


Even if the food is Halal produced a dishonest way, it becomes forbidden. It is important to consume halal foods from childhood. However, there are exceptions, for example, if you did not find halal during the day, it is permissible to eat the forbidden only to the extent to maintain power and not die.


There are also rules for eating. In no case should not be hasty eating, swallow food without chewing. It is not allowed to eat a hot meal, mix hot food with cold. Gluttony is also not approved of. It is Sunnah to eat not much. Permissible overeat only when treating guests during breaking the fast in the period of fasting. The prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) conditionally divided the stomach into three parts: for food, fluid, and the third part for air. Allah Ta'ala says in the Holy Qur'an, "Do not eat a great deal. Do not let it be wasted".

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