Talbeena is a diet recommended by Prophet Muhammad PBUH for sick persons. Unani physician also recommend it for weakness and during epidemics (period of infection spread). also It is made by blending barley with milk. Honey or Dates may be added in it.
Key Benefits of Talbeena which are must for everyone:
1. Nutrition: Talbeena contains several vitamins and minerals necessary for the body fulfilling daily recommended nutrition.
2. Healthy Heart: It contains potassium, calcium, and magnesium, which present in Talbeena, have been found to decrease blood pressure naturally. Apart from potassium, folate, and vitamin B6 content, Talbeena is an excellent source of fiber, which helps lower the total amount of cholesterol in the blood, thereby decreasing the risk of heart disease.
3. Bone Health: The iron, phosphorous, calcium, magnesium, manganese, and zinc in Talbeena all contribute to building and maintaining bone structure and strength helping in production and maturation of collagen. A careful balance of phosphate and calcium is necessary for proper bone mineralization.
4. Healthy weight: Talbeena may be useful in maintaining a healthy weight. Fiber in the diet helps to increase satiety and reduce appetite, making people feel fuller for longer. This can help lower the overall calorie intake. Talbeena provides a high percentage of an individual’s daily requirement of manganese and selenium.
5. Digestive Health: It’s fiber content helps prevent constipation and promote regularity for a healthy digestive tract.
6. Cancer: Selenium is a mineral that is not present in most foods, but it can be found in Talbeena. It plays a role in liver enzyme function and helps detoxify some cancer-causing compounds in the body.
7. Healthy brain: Talbeena contain several types of antioxidants that may help prevent the development of certain chronic illnesses, such as heart disease, cancer, Alzheimer’s and diabetes. Hence it help improve brain function.
8. Antianxiety and antidepression: Talbeena helps reduce anxiety and depression. It has been cited as a possible food source for increasing tryptophan, and thus serotonin in the body.