عنوان مقاله [English]
Introduction: Nutrition is one of the primary things human beings need to survive. Therefore, in religious teachings, especially in the Qur'an, more than 300 verses have been stated about nutrition and its etiquette.
Methods: This study tries to explain the eating habits from the perspective of religious teachings that are effective in the study of intuitive knowledge by using verses, narrations and related books. This research has been done by library study method and the necessary information has been collected and analyzed; Therefore, the research method in this article is descriptive-analytical.
Results: The importance of intuitive knowledge and nutrition and observance of its etiquette has been stated in religious texts, especially the Qur'an, and one of the influential factors for studying intuitive knowledge, which is theology, is the observance of nutritional etiquette. In this research, an attempt has been made to present what the author considers to be the main feature in the study of intuitive knowledge related to nutrition. These characteristics, relying on religious teachings, are: halal food, fasting, eating less, having divine intention and motivation in eating, and mentioning Bismillah, all of which have been mentioned as creative factors.
Conclusion: One of the types of human cognition is intuitive cognition, and to reach this stage of cognition, each person must try to remove the veils. One of the underlying factors in achieving intuitive knowledge is nutrition etiquette, which has a special place in the divine teachings, and the preservation and observance of nutrition etiquette in the Qur'an, the narrations of the Infallibles (AS) and the words of religious scholars have been emphasized, including Being halal, fasting, eating less, having divine intention and motivation in nutrition and mentioning Bismillah cause the enlightenment of the heart and the result is the study of intuitive knowledge that is recommended in religious texts.