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70.       Faruk
1607 posts
 23 Sep 2008 Tue 05:54 am

 

Quoting CANLI

What would breakfast include?

 

There are cheese, olives, chopped tomatos, omlette, butter, honey, jams, and tea And of course we eat them with bread or pide.

71.       catwoman
8933 posts
 23 Sep 2008 Tue 08:59 am

 

Quoting Faruk

There are cheese, olives, chopped tomatos, omlette, butter, honey, jams, and tea And of course we eat them with bread or pide.

 

Turkish breakfast... ohhh..... {#lang_emotions_cry}

 

How can I say this... Turkish food is as good as freedom of speech in TR is bad... 

72.       zhang ziyi
205 posts
 24 Sep 2008 Wed 09:22 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

I completely agree with you! Esp. when you don´t eat during the day and eat at night. VERY UNHEALTHY!

 

73.       zhang ziyi
205 posts
 24 Sep 2008 Wed 09:25 pm

 

Quoting Trudy

I know for sure that fasting is very harmful for the now 10-year old daughter of a friend of mine here. This Ramazan is her second, she started at 9 because that was Aisha´s age.... Whatever I tell or show with books to my friend, he doesn´t listen. That a CHILD of 10 need everything for just growing, is said but not heard. And what makes me furious is that his son of 13 does not have to fast before he is 15 because, according to my friend, he needs to grow (..)!

 

I feel sorry for those children.

74.       teaschip
3870 posts
 24 Sep 2008 Wed 09:43 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

 

 I have to agree, it doesn´t appear to be very healthy.  Especially, when they say breakfast is the most important meal of the day.

75.       elham
579 posts
 24 Sep 2008 Wed 10:24 pm

Ramadan will end and our health is fine, and  more better

so do not worry about us {#lang_emotions_wink}
God is most mercy  from  mother towards his slaves


your sorry and discussions on this subject is lose for  time and  have no feasibility of it,

because we are convinced that {#lang_emotions_neutral}

76.       teaschip
3870 posts
 24 Sep 2008 Wed 10:27 pm

 

Quoting elham

Ramadan will end and our health is fine, and  more better

so do not worry about us {#lang_emotions_wink}
God is most mercy  from  mother towards his slaves


your sorry and discussions on this subject is lose for  time and  have no feasibility of it,

because we are convinced that {#lang_emotions_neutral}

 

 The only time I think it´s appropriate to fast is when your having a colonoscopy..{#lang_emotions_lol_fast}  By the way who said we were worried about your health, anyhow?{#lang_emotions_wink}  If people choose not to eat and get sick, it´s there own stupidity then.

77.       Trudy
7887 posts
 24 Sep 2008 Wed 10:27 pm

 

Quoting elham


your sorry and discussions on this subject is lose for  time and  have no feasibility of it,

because we are convinced that {#lang_emotions_neutral}

 

 Different people, different opinions.

78.       Elisabeth
5732 posts
 24 Sep 2008 Wed 10:42 pm

 

Quoting Trudy

 Different people, different opinions.

 

 How dare you HAVE an opinion.....and how DARE you express it!  {#lang_emotions_lol_fast} 

79.       Trudy
7887 posts
 24 Sep 2008 Wed 10:45 pm

 

Quoting Elisabeth

 How dare you HAVE an opinion.....and how DARE you express it!  {#lang_emotions_lol_fast} 

 

 Sorry, obstinacy is in the DNA of all Dutch.....

80.       elham
579 posts
 24 Sep 2008 Wed 10:45 pm

 

Quoting teaschip

 The only time I think it´s appropriate to fast is when your having a colonoscopy..  By the way who said we were worried about your health, anyhow?{#lang_emotions_wink}  If people choose not to eat and get sick, it´s there own stupidity then.

 

I thought you and others became doctors  {#lang_emotions_lol_fast} to say Ramdan is harmful, so i said do not worry

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