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​Ramadan Fasting how to stay Healthy

​Ramadan Fasting how to stay Healthy

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​Ramadan Fasting how to stay Healthy

1. Don’t miss Suhoor (pre-dawn meal)

As the saying goes, “breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” And it becomes even more relevant during Ramadan!

Although skipping Suhoor to have uninterrupted sleep can sound appealing, you’re not supposed to.

Skipping Suhoor prolongs the fasting time, as your body would need to rely on the previous meal to provide you with all the nutrients and energy before Iftar (breaks quickly). Because of the longer hours of fasting, you are more likely to feel dehydrated and exhausted throughout the day. In addition, skipping Suhoor also promotes over-eating during Iftar, which can lead to an unhealthful weight gain.

 

2. Don’t overeat during Iftar (break quick)

Just like it’s not advisable to miss Suhoor, overeating when it’s time to break the quick may damage your body.

Iftar should be a well-balanced, healthy meal, not a feast! Overeating and excessive consumption of high-fat foods, in particular, can contribute to indigestion and weight gain. Slow down and enjoy every bite of your meal.

3. Stop consuming fried foods, fatty foods, and high-sugar foods

It is not rare for fasting individuals to reward themselves with fat, greasy, fried, and sugary dishes at meal times. Although these foods make you feel good in the short run, they can make it more difficult to fast the next day.

Apart from the low weight gain, the intake of fatty and sugary food often induces sluggishness and exhaustion. In addition, you should restrict your intake of salt, particularly during suhoor (pre-dawn meal), as this increases your thirst.

​Ramadan Fasting how to stay Healthy

4. Drink as much water as possible

Drinking as much water as possible between Iftar (fast break) and Suhoor (pre-dawn meal) decreases the risk of dehydration during fasting.

Make every attempt to drink at least 8 glasses of fluids a day before sunrise and sundown. Fluids include fruits, milk, beverages and soups, but water is the best option. Ideally, you should also minimize the amount of caffeinated beverages, such as coffee, tea and colas, because they have a diuretic effect and encourage fluid loss.

Read Also: What are the foods to never eat during Ramadan?

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