Dari Abu Hurairah r.a. bahawa Nabi Muhammad s.a.w. bersabda:
"Apabila seorang manusia mati, putuslah (tulisan pahala) amalan (setakat itu) kecuali tiga perkara (yang akan berlanjutan tulisan pahalanya) iaitu :
1. Sedekah jariah
2. Ilmu yang memberi faedah kepada orang lain
3. Anak-anak soleh yang berdoa untuknya
."

"Wahai Tuhan kami, anugerahkan kepada kami pasangan-pasangan dan zuriat keturunan kami, perkara-perkara yang menyukakan hati melihatnya, dan jadikanlah kami imam / ikutan bagi orang-orang yang bertaqwa. Ya Allah.... Jadikanlah pasangan kami... Pembantu kami dalam melakukan ketaatan kepada-Mu... Kekalkanlah kasih sayang kami hingga ke syurga-Mu... Tunjukilah kami jalan keluar .... Terhadap masalah-masalah yang kami hadapi ....

Hanya kepadaMu tempat kami mengadu ... Engkau Maha Berkuasa membuka hati-hati manusia... Jadikanlah anak-anak kami zuriat yang soleh... Lembutkanlah hati-hati mereka ... Masukkanlah Nuur HidayahMu ke dalam hati mereka... Ya Allah , Ampunilah dosa kami di atas kelalaian kami dalam mendidik mereka mengenali-Mu... Jauhkanlah mereka daripada pengaruh-pengaruh... Yang merosakkan akhlak dan aqidah mereka... Jauhkanlah mereka daripada kawan-kawan yang jahat ... Kurniakanlah kami kekuatan untuk terus menasihati dan mendoakan mereka ... Jadikanlah mereka zuriat yang sentiasa menunaikan solat ... Jadikanlah mereka zuriat yang sentiasa ringan melakukan ketaatan kepada-Mu ... Jadikanlah mereka zuriat yang sentiasa mendoakan kami ketika kami berada di dalam kubur...."

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February 21, 2009

What Should You Eat (Part 1)

The Nutrition Source
Vitamins
1. Eat a healthy diet. A multivitamin provides some insurance against deficiencies but is far less important for health than the healthy food patterns described on this website. Choose a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts and healthy oils, and low in red meat and unhealthy fats—let the Healthy Eating Pyramid be your guide.

2. Choose a daily multivitamin. A daily multivitamin is an inexpensive nutrition insurance policy. Try to take one every day.

3. Think about D. In addition to its bone health benefits, there’s growing evidence that getting some extra vitamin D can help lower the risk of colon and breast cancer. Aim for getting 1,000 to 2,000 IU of vitamin D per day—this likely will require an extra vitamin D pill, in addition to your multivitamin. For more information, see the vitamin D section of The Nutrition Source.

4. Say no to “megas.” In general, avoid mega-dose vitamins and mega-fortified foods. Higher doses of vitamin E may help to prevent heart disease, but in general, the amount in a standard multivitamin is enough to have health benefits. A standard multivitamin also has a day's worth of folic acid, so you should avoid foods that have high amounts of folic acid added to them. Vitamin D is an exception, as many people need more than the RDA.

5. Avoid “super” supplements. Don’t be swayed by the wild health claims of the many health supplements advertised on TV and the Internet. If they sound too good to true, you can be sure they are. Save your money for healthy food and a good vacation.

Nutrition Insurance Policy: Learn why a multivitamin-multimineral supplement can fill in micronutrient gaps in your diet.

Keep the Multi, Skip the Heavily Fortified Foods: Why you should keep taking a daily
multivitamin but skip foods that are heavily fortified with folic acid.

Antioxidants: Beyond the Hype: What's the buzz around antioxidants—and what's the evidence?

Supplement Studies: Sorting Out the Confusion: How to make sense of the media hype around supplements.


Source : Harvard School of Public Health

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