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3 Islamic Foods I Wish I Hadn’t Ignored In My 20s

These superfoods mentioned in the Qur’an and Sunnah are now being proven by science for their powerful health benefits

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Meet Adnan, a

Muslim on a mission to improve his health

Assalamu-alaikum! I’m Adnan, founder of Crescent Days. I’ve been trying to find a solution to improve my own physical and mental wellness for years after suffering with burnout.

As I dug deeper, I realised that Islam had the answers I was looking for. It turns out the foods we’ve been hearing about for years, mentioned in the Qur’an and Sunnah, are now being verified by science. Subhanallah.

Hundreds of years later, these foods are proven to help with better sleep, more energy, daily wellness, and more. I’m excited to have you on this journey with me, insha’allah.

Holistic health with holy ingredients

Olive Leaf

Potent source of antioxidants that support your immune. “Consume olive oil and anoint yourselves with it, for it comes from a blessed tree.” - Prophet Muhammad ﷺ

Ibn Majah 3319

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Rich in antioxidants like ellagic acid and Vitamin C. “In both (Gardens of Paradise) are fruit and palm trees and pomegranates”

Qur’an [55:68]

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Black Seed

Antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial. “In black seed there is healing for every disease, except death” - Prophet Muhammad ﷺ

Ibn Majah 3447

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Contains gingerol, a powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant. “And they will be given a drink there, in Paradise, flavoured with ginger.”

Qur’an [76:17]

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Rich in nutrients and antioxidants. “From their bellies (bees) comes out a drink of various colours in which there is a cure for people.”

Qur’an [16:69]

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