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E-mail: ni. Abstract Nutrition and other bioactive natural products present in specific foods within a balanced diet play an indispensable role in maintaining and promoting human health.

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Plants are rich sources of a balanced nutrition because of high content of bioactive products; hence, most of them recently have acquired the status of superfoods. It has been used since ancient times for the treatment of various ailments, and these traditional medicines still remain as one of the most affordable and easily accessible sources of treatment in the primary health-care system.

The scientifically based use of these superfoods date back to the era of Prophet Muhammad along with other historical uses of plant products. Prescription of a large number of herbal foods such as dates, pomegranate, olives, figs, grapes, and black seeds was successfully proposed by him.

These recently have become superfoods with their powerful healing properties and act as favorable dietary interventions for disease prevention as well as for the good maintenance of health. The use of these foods as ingredients of natural origin with fewer side effects seems to be more favorable than the chemical treatment, which is often complicated.

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The present review is an attempt to provide a brief survey of the literature on scientifically based significance of these superfoods carried out by various researchers and exploration of a wide spectrum of their pharmacological actions which include antidiabetic, anticancer, immune modulator, analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and hepatoprotective properties. Keywords: Ailments, anticancer, bioactive, dietary, nutrition, pharmacological Introduction There is a myriad of diverse flora available on our earth, having powerful medicinal values to prevent or cure several human diseases.

Many of them are considered as superfoods due to their high and varied contents of large number of natural bioactive products, which have immense health benefits. Superfoods include a class of most potent, super concentrated, and nutrient-rich foods having an abundance of synergetic elements in their natural state, which work together in the human body.

There has been a long history of the use of plant-based foods against human ailments. He had prescribed the use of foods rich in nutrients which can counter the effects of substances that have been proved to be harmful.

He had recommended certain foods such as dates, olives, fig, pomegranate, black seeds, grapes, and many others for alleviating several ailments.

Prophetic recommendations of food are remarkable for their prescience, as they came centuries before research was conducted on healthy diet and their benefits to the body. Sunnah prophetic tradition advocates the pre-date use of food as medicines by many centuries, serving as precursors to the principles of modern treatment.

These are being practised even today; however, still our knowledge regarding the active ingredients of these plants and their products, which have powerful phytochemical and pharmaceutical actions, are poorly understood. There are no proper scientific validations, and despite a treasure of phytomedicines, our ailments such as cancer, obesity-related hypertension, diabetes, and many incurable diseases are on the rise.

There is an urgent need to review the historically prescribed superfood-derived drugs for their state-of-the-art development and use. She keeps on telling the readers what she thought was going through Mohammad's PBUH mind at specific periods in his life.

She even provides us insights on what Abu-Sufyan and other opponents of Mohammad were thinking. Personally for me, this was very frustrating, I would rather read the facts and what the historians have recorded, rather than reading a Freudian style analysis of everything.

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Life in the 7th century was very different than the lives we live in the 21st century and I can't imagine how Lesley with such certainty can tell us what these people were thinking. Then there is this issue where she is very biased towards Mohammad and the Muslims in Medina when they are dealing with the Medinan jews.

She indirectly portrays Mohammad as the villain from his dealings with the Jews. This is easily understandable as her background is Jewish.


In the book, she praises Abd-Allah ibn Ubayy for confronting Muhammad and criticizing Muhammad's decisions publicly.

She fails to address that he was a coward who marched out of battle of Uhud with his men.

Mohammed, The Prophet of Islam by H. E. E. Hayes

Living in a society where a man's words were stronger than a written contract; this was a cowardice act from Abd-Allah ibn Ubayy. But bacuase Abd-Allah ibn Ubayy was a former Jew, his cowardice is ignored. Similarly when the subject of Banu Qurayza comes up, she is sympathetic and bias towards them and indirectly portrays Muslims as barbaric for beheading men of Bany Qurayza.Instead, a ridicule of these gods was offered.

Prescription of a large number of herbal foods such as dates, pomegranate, olives, figs, grapes, and black seeds was successfully proposed by him. Some patients also develop incisional hernias, gallstones, dumping syndrome, and subsequent weight loss failure.

Recite, and your Lord is the most Generous—Who taught by the pen—Taught man that which he knew not. Its objective is to nurture faith, purify characters and fan the struggle to embrace the truth and be faithful to it. Many of them are considered as superfoods due to their high and varied contents of large number of natural bioactive products, which have immense health benefits. He refused both of these offers. At the age of six, Muhammad lost his biological mother Amina to illness and became an orphan.

Muhammad then visited Ta'if , another important city in Arabia, and tried to find a protector, but his effort failed and further brought him into physical danger.