Ramadan Mubarak to Muslims worldwide and learn how fasting affects your gut!
During Ramadan, Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset. We would like to wish Muslims around the world a blessed month.
May this special period bring you peace, happiness, and spiritual fulfilment. Ramadan Mubarak!
Recent research has shown that fasting during Ramadan could have significant health benefits, particularly when it comes to gut health.
According to a study published in Frontiers in Microbiology, fasting during Ramadan may increase the abundance of beneficial bacteria in the gut, which could lead to improved metabolic functions and immune health.
Fasting can increase the levels of Dorea, Klebsiella, and Faecalibacterium, which are all important for maintaining gut health. Dorea and Faecalibacterium are involved in the production of short-chain fatty acids, which help to maintain the integrity of the gut barrier, while Klebsiella helps to prevent harmful bacteria from taking over.
In addition to the health benefits, Ramadan is also a time for reflection, gratitude, and compassion. It is a time when Muslims around the world come together to fast and pray, and to focus on their faith and their relationships with others.
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