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10.       seyit
547 posts
 16 Sep 2008 Tue 03:47 pm

 

Quoting CANLI

İm still wondering about the Turkish traditional Sahur,or common dish ?

 

 

I can give you an idea about Turkish Sahur:

 

http://www.turkishcookbook.com/2007/09/rose-sherbet.php

11.       CANLI
5084 posts
 16 Sep 2008 Tue 03:52 pm

 

Quoting seyit

I can give you an idea about Turkish Sahur:

 

http://www.turkishcookbook.com/2007/09/rose-sherbet.php

 

 Seyit

 

You just have şerbet in Sahur ?

We have şerbet only at weddings/engagements,and we call it şerbat

12.       seyit
547 posts
 16 Sep 2008 Tue 04:00 pm

 

Quoting CANLI

 Seyit

 

You just have şerbet in Sahur ?

We have şerbet only at weddings/engagements,and we call it şerbat

 

 I generally have breakfast in Sahur.  I gave the link for a part of the page has meal ideas belowed: "Tarhana çorbası, eggplant with veggie filling and Turkish baklava"

 

13.       CANLI
5084 posts
 16 Sep 2008 Tue 04:06 pm

Ok what do you have for breakfast then ?

Cheese,zeytin,eggs,Pide..ect ?

We also have breakfast in Sahur,its not a meal with special dishes,Ful we also have it for breakfast,but not every day. 

14.       seyit
547 posts
 16 Sep 2008 Tue 04:13 pm

As you said above zeytin,peynir...

"börek" or "kızarmış ekmek" and tea

 

And I drink a lot of water

 

 

15.       Roswitha
4132 posts
 16 Sep 2008 Tue 05:00 pm

For Canli and Peacetrain: The Secret of Sahur

Why is it that some people is more energetic during Ramadhan, while another is weaker? The answer to this very question will help us to not only become fitter but we may be able to lose weight in the process, insyaAllah.

The answer is “Sahur”. People from Kedah call it “Soq” . There’s a reason why “sahur” is very recommended to people who fast. In fact, that’s the only difference from our fast and the non-muslim’s fast.

Let me try to explain it.. We all know breakfast is the most important meals of the day. Yes it provides us more energy to start our day, but there is another secret to it. Breakfast actually gives signal to our body that we are not in starvation.

You see, our body is very clever. When we are starving, the body does not react by burning more fat. It actually react by lowering down its metabolism and burn less fat to preserve them. That is why we are often weaker when we are hungry for a long time.

So Sahur, will indirectly signal the body that we are not starving ourself. And thus the body’s metabolism will switch to normal mode. Which means it burns more fat and giving us more energy to start the day. Thus we will be fitter and stronger the whole day. And since the metabolism rate is not slowed down, more fat will be burn and eventually the weight loss (Of course other factors must be taken into consideration, such as exercise, type of food etc)

 

http://lessoninlife.com/2007/09/30/ramadhan-tribute-5-the-secret-of-sahur/

 

16.       doudi94
845 posts
 16 Sep 2008 Tue 05:04 pm

 

Quoting Roswitha

For Canli and Peacetrain:

Why is it that some people is more energetic during Ramadhan, while another is weaker? The answer to this very question will help us to not only become fitter but we may be able to lose weight in the process, insyaAllah.

The answer is “Sahur”. People from Kedah call it “Soq” . There’s a reason why “sahur” is very recommended to people who fast. In fact, that’s the only difference from our fast and the non-muslim’s fast.

Let me try to explain it.. We all know breakfast is the most important meals of the day. Yes it provides us more energy to start our day, but there is another secret to it. Breakfast actually gives signal to our body that we are not in starvation.

You see, our body is very clever. When we are starving, the body does not react by burning more fat. It actually react by lowering down its metabolism and burn less fat to preserve them. That is why we are often weaker when we are hungry for a long time.

So Sahur, will indirectly signal the body that we are not starving ourself. And thus the body’s metabolism will switch to normal mode. Which means it burns more fat and giving us more energy to start the day. Thus we will be fitter and stronger the whole day. And since the metabolism rate is not slowed down, more fat will be burn and eventually the weight loss (Of course other factors must be taken into consideration, such as exercise, type of food etc)

oh wow, cool, i never have suhoor, ill start now, ,

i always gain so much weight in ramadan (at least 3 or 4 kilos :S) even though i never get hungry but i feel like i should reward my sself, lol. And the food is always so good!!!!

But its the deserts that ruin me!!!

heheh

thx roswitha thats a really useful piece of information, ill probably go off and say it to my family ( ill wait till theres a like huge family "gathering" or something)

and theyll all think im so smart!!!!

lol

 

17.       Roswitha
4132 posts
 17 Sep 2008 Wed 05:17 pm

Doudi, I know, especially eating too much Baklava, ha, ha.

18.       thehandsom
7403 posts
 17 Sep 2008 Wed 05:39 pm

Fasting during ramazan is BAD for health !!!

Fasting can exacerbate conditions, including Refsum´s disease and Reye´s syndrome, he said. Neurologic problems can result.

 

"The longer the fast, the greater the risk of gall bladder disease," Callaway says. "The risk goes up to about 67 percent. And if you´ve lost at least 22 pounds, the risk doubles."

 

When you fast, your blood pressure, blood sugar and blood fats decrease, but these are transient effects, Callaway says. "They go up as soon as you eat."

 

Ditto for weight. Sure, a long period of fasting can make you lose about half a pound a day -- and lessen your appetite, but you gain them back once you eat, Daughaday says. Worse, you also lose bone and muscle.

 

http://www.geocities.com/hammihanirani/articles/fasting.html

19.       Queent
183 posts
 17 Sep 2008 Wed 06:07 pm

 

Quoting thehandsom

Fasting during ramazan is BAD for health !!!

Fasting can exacerbate conditions, including Refsum´s disease and Reye´s syndrome, he said. Neurologic problems can result.

 

"The longer the fast, the greater the risk of gall bladder disease," Callaway says. "The risk goes up to about 67 percent. And if you´ve lost at least 22 pounds, the risk doubles."

 

When you fast, your blood pressure, blood sugar and blood fats decrease, but these are transient effects, Callaway says. "They go up as soon as you eat."

 

Ditto for weight. Sure, a long period of fasting can make you lose about half a pound a day -- and lessen your appetite, but you gain them back once you eat, Daughaday says. Worse, you also lose bone and muscle.

 

http://www.geocities.com/hammihanirani/articles/fasting.html

No way {#lang_emotions_you_crazy}

 

20.       CANLI
5084 posts
 17 Sep 2008 Wed 06:16 pm

İts logical from THAT site tho!

The whole title is

fasting during ramazan is BAD for health !!!
"allah" has no idea about medicine !!!

They are fighting  the criminal islamic regime occupying Iran !!!

 

But handsom,do you feel it its bad  when you fast ?

Anyway,just googling and you can have many others too

 

Fasting has been found to be an effective treatment for psychological and emotional disorders. It helps a person to firm up his will, cultivate and refine his taste and manners, strengthen his conviction of doing good, avoid controversy, petulance and rashness, which all contribute towards a sane and healthy personality. Besides nurturing resistance and ability to face hardships and endurance, fasting reflects on outward physical appearance by cutting out gluttony and getting rid of excess fat. The benefits of fasting on health do not stop there but are instrumental in alleviating a number of physical diseases, including those of the digestive systems, such as chronic stomachache, inflammation of the colon, liver diseases, indigestion, and conditions such as obesity, arteriosclerosis, high blood pressure, asthma, diphtheria and many other maladies.

A Swiss physician Dr. Barsilus noted that: The advantages of hunger as a remedy exceed those ingesting medicine several times.

 

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