Ways to Stay Healthy During Ramadan

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During the month of Ramadan, it is important to maintain your health while fasting. To do this, the first thing you need to do is have a healthy eating routine. Eating healthy means consuming a variety of foods that provide the nutrients (protein, fat, vitamins, carbohydrates and minerals) you need to stay healthy, good and energetic. Below are some ways or suggestions that can help you stay healthy during the holy month of Ramadan.

• Similar to breakfast, sahari is the first meal of the day in the month of Ramadan. Sehri will assist you in hydrating your body until iftar time. Keep in mind veryi meals should contain carbohydrates, fiber and protein.

• It’s a good option to stay away from processed foods (like sugar and white flour) as these types of foods can be higher in calories due to the high amount of added sugar and fat. In addition, it contains comparatively few nutrients.

• A diet rich in fresh fruits and vegetables can help protect you from many diseases and can be a substitute for the junk foods we eat regularly. They are an excellent source of essential vitamins and minerals and are high in fiber. It is recommended to choose fruits and vegetables that are full of water, such as melons, cucumbers, squashes and squashes, etc.

• Eating a lot at Iftar time is not good for your health. However, you may wish to eat a lot at Iftar time. So it is better if you are not in a hurry when eating. You can start with few dates and then drink water. Everyone knows that dates are a good source of energy and are also beneficial in the digestive system.

• During the holy month of Ramadan, due to the long fasting period, it is important to drink plenty of fluids, mainly water. Sources of fluid for the body are water, juices and soups. So remember that during Ramadan you need to drink at least 7-8 cups of water regularly.

1. To stay hydrated you need to avoid caffeine because it’s the worst thing. If you generally consume caffeinated drinks such as tea, coffee and cola during the day, the lack of caffeine during fasting can initially lead to headaches and tiredness.

2. Second, avoid fried foods as well. Because this type of food is high in fat, calories and salt. According to a study, fried foods are often linked to serious health problems like diabetes and heart disease.

In my opinion you should consult a specialist before Ramadan if you are elderly or suffer from diseases like diabetes and the same advice must be followed for pregnant women. Therefore, follow the above suggestions or ways to keep yourself fit and healthy during Ramadan.

Thanks to Hakeem Hashmi Amroha-Hashmi Dawakhana

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