Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Kenapa Kita Tidak Boleh Makan Ikan Tidak Bersisik???

Memeranjatkan? Bagaimana pun, di bawah ini adalah penemuan berpadukan kajian oleh pakar pemakanan.

Menurut satu temubual di Radio 24 semalam, sorang `caller' tu rujuk kpd satu research di Jepun mengesahkan bahawa jenis ikan yang tak bersisik membawa risiko yang tinggi kepada kesihatan. Samada ikan jenis dari laut atau sungai seperti Ikan sungai seperti patin dan keli atau ikan laut seperti parang dan kembong(sekadar menyebut). Risiko ikan jenis tidak bersisik adalah kerana ia mengandungi kandungan RAKSA (MERCURY) yang tinggi dari ikan bersisik. Kesan raksa kepada seorang wanita mengandung yang kerap makan ikan tidak bersisik , insya ALLAH bakal melahir bayi `down syndrome' . Kesan raksa yang lain adalah kandungan toksid yang tinggi dalam darah yg menjurus kepada penyakit kronik. Read More

"O People, eat from the land what is permitted & good & do not follow in the footsteps of Shaitan, for he is an open enemy to you." (Al Baqarah, 2:168)

Since food and drink are essential for the survival of humanity, Allah has given clear guidelines on what can and cannot be consumed. In addition we have also been instructed in manners and behavior of eating. Thus eating and drinking becomes a way by which a Muslim remembers the bounties of Allah and by observing the rules of Shariah, he also shows his commitment to his religion. Furthermore, Allah has made the habit of eating an important factor in establishing social unity...

We are allowed to eat any fish as long as it has scales. All other sea creatures such as whales, sharks, turtles, lobsters and crabs are Haraam. The only exception is for prawns and shrimps, which can be eaten.

In order for the fish to be Halaal, it must be removed alive from the water. It does not matter who has done the fishing or what method has been used to catch the fish.

No Scales, No Fins, No Good

Scientific research has moved more and more doctors and nutritionists to recommend adding fish and fish oils to our diet. Studies indicate that eating fish once or twice each week may also help reduce blood cholesterol levels, a leading cause of atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), a major factor in the development of coronary heart disease.

Fish is not only a fast, easy meal to prepare, but it's also easy on the digestive system, high in protein, low in sodium and low in calories. Understandably, health-conscious consumers are beginning to include fish as a regular part of their weekly diet and a healthy alternative to red meats.

Beware of Fish without Scales and Fins

Interestingly kosher dietary laws prohibit the eating of fish without both scales and fins. That eliminates a number of delicious sea foods, including shellfish, shrimp, catfish, lobster, mussels, eels, sharks, sturgeons, and swordfish, just to name a few.

Clearly their law-giver knew something that has taken scientists years to discover. Now we know that fish with scales AND fins are equipped with a digestive system that prevents the absorption of poisons and toxins into their flesh from the waters they call home. Flounder, cod, haddock, and salmon are a few examples of fish with scales and fins.

Catfish have fins, but do not have scales. These scavengers are primarily bottom feeders and have digestive systems designed to absorb toxins from the water. Clams, lobster, shrimp, crabs, mussels and squid do not have scales or fins and are believed to be highly toxic. They naturally absorb all the toxins in the water they live in. Interestingly, lobster and crabs are crustaceans and are a part of the arthropod family, which include caterpillars, cockroaches, and spiders!

Fish with Scales and Fins

Albacore, Bass, Carp, Flounder, Grouper, Haddock, Halibut, Herring, Mackerel, Mahi Mahi, Orange Roughy, Perch, Pike, Pollock, Salmon, Sardines, Snapper, Sole, Tilapia, Trout, Tuna, Walleye, Whitefish, and Whiting are just some of the most popular fish with both fins and scales. Read More

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  1. uhhh...

    kebiasaannya benda yg merbahaya & memudaratkn tu yg selalu jd pilihan.. org jepun tetap makn ikan buntal wlpun tahu itu mngkin menu terakhir meraka.

  2. Thanks for your useful info~!!!

  3. Nice to tknow the fact. Semua orang kena tahu pasal ni..jangan main makan je..

  4. Setiap sesuatu larangan di dalam Islam ada sebabnya...cuma kita sahaja yang tidak mengetahuinya..

  5. baru arini tau info ikan x bersisek ni..selame ni main belasah jew makan...tapi tetap halal kan!!

  6. tapi knp org kata kalau low BP elok makan kerang? cane ni.. i love squids n crabs too. isk, risau plak saya


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