By ASA T. MADALE
May 4, 2019
A Nobel Peace Prize winner Japanese scientist has suggested that fasting during Ramadan can make the body fight cancer.
Japanese Scientist Yoshinori was working on the discovery on how cells recycle its content. This process is known as Autophagy, also known as self eating in greek.
He further described it as a crucial process when cells broke down the proteins and all non essential complements and reuse all these for energy.
The process of Autophagy helps a body fight different kinds of bacteria and viruses including cancer viruses as well as recycle bacterias and all kinds of viruses from the body instantly.
While Yoshinori Ohsumi was presenting his discovery to top Japanese scientists and people around him, someone asked, “What is the ideal time for Autophagy to fight cancer bacteria?”
He answered, “It needs 8 to 14 hours of starvation for approx 25 to 28 days a month every year to completely wipe out Cancer viruses from the body.”
In Biology the consumption of the body’s own tissues as a metabolic process occurring in starvation and certain diseases or ‘the process of starvation induced–autophagy was recently the process of the extensive research.’
Muslims all around the world fast 29 to 30 days a month every year. That comes with starvation and its stretches from 8 hours to 14 or more hours depending on longest and shortest fast around the world.
Fasting during the Ramadan is ideal for Autophagy’s process to happen, which helps fighting in cancer viruses.
“Isn’t it amazing how beautiful religion of islam is? That even in the state of worship your Allah is protecting you from deadly disease such as cancer and many other things which are still undiscovered,” Ohsumi stressed.
Japanese Scientist Yoshinori Ohsumi told that Muslim’s way of fasting is an ideal things which will help this process to happen.
This is indeed inspiring to see how miraculous the month of Ramadan is that doubles all the rewards as well as secure us from all kinds of Evil and its incurable diseases. (ATM/RSP).