Everything about overeating and gluttony in The Quran
Gluttony is the over consumption of food to the point of waste. It is not considered an actual sin in the Quran; however, the Prophet Muhammad advised his companions and wives not to overindulge.
Islam sets effectual laws to protect health and body from illness, corruption, and filth. Gluttony and overeating is not permissible as it may lead to illness and is frowned upon in order to ensure good health and wellbeing for the body and for the soul.
The fasting of Ramadan is a meaningful period of reflection over past deeds and self-reformation; a period which also develops discipline, tolerance, the urge to do good, and also to improve one’s health by discontinuing any reliance on rich foods and other forms of gluttony.
“O Children of Adam! Wear your beautiful apparel at every time and place of prayer: eat and drink: But waste not by excess, for Allah loveth not the wasters”. (Quran 7: 31)
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