Basha, Hassan Shamsí
Damascus, Syria: Dar al-Qalam, 2002: 186 p.
The book consists of forty short chapters on various medical and general health-related issues. Chapter titles include: twentieth-century food, advantages and disadvantages; eat a few dates every morning; begin your day with a spoonful of honey; black seed activates the body immunity system; use olive oil; a cup of milk in health and sickness; a clove of garlic lowers blood cholesterol; eat fish instead of meat; don?t drink tea or coffee heavily; eat more fiber; new horizons for some vitamins; one apple before breakfast; eat one or two carrots every day; don?t eat until you feel hungry and when you eat don?t get full; get rid of obesity; stay away from fats; practice one type of sports; never smoke; avoid iron deficiency; magnesium is the undervalued mineral; Zamzam water is full of nutrients; sleep and wake up early; insomnia therapy between medicine and religion; twenty recommendations to avoid worry; fight psychological pressures by Prophetic guidance.
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