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Stay healthy during ramadan

During the month of Ramadan, Muslims worldwide observe the fasting tradition. This month is devoted to fostering love and peace around the world. They fast for the whole month of Ramadan, which lasts for 30 days and begins at sunrise and ends at dusk. Generally, it takes fourteen hours; however, the night duration varies from country to country due to the different times at sunset and sunrise. 


Fasting for 30 days can be challenging, but Muslims celebrate the holy month yearly. Fasting is not suggested for pregnant or menstruating women, children under puberty, individuals with health problems (such as diabetes), or those who are generally too weak to participate in this exercise.


They continue to fast while going about their daily lives as usual. Regular nourishing meals is recommended to maintain enough hydration and satiety throughout the day. 


While one's body may feel hydrated, it is still essential to drink water throughout the night to be adequately hydrated. Drinking water regularly is a great way to keep your body hydrated. In addition, one of the best ways to keep the body refreshed is to consume freshly squeezed juice from vegetables. 


Increasing the number of whole grains and healthy fats in your diet is another fantastic way to elevate your energy levels. Consuming meals of this kind at night, in particular, is advantageous since it enables one to feel full for an extended period. 


Also, avoiding meals high in salt and sugar is best since they may lead to acid reflux and other problems throughout the day. 


To maintain your energy level, ensure that your diet consists of plenty of fruits and vegetables and meals high in protein and complete grains. 


Being a devout Muslim, I began the practice of fasting when I was very young. One of the goals of fasting is to instill in one a sense of patience and perseverance. While many people think that fasting is a challenging endeavor, the food I eat has never made me feel miserable. 


I avoid sweets as much as possible since they make me feel lethargic. If I consume something sweet before starting my fast the next day, I have less energy than usual. I like to begin my fast with fresh homemade juice since it is not heavy and refreshes me. I also want to have smoothies for dinner since, like oatmeal, they can keep you feeling full for an extended time. 


The goal is to provide one's body with benefits by consuming fresh meals. Taking care of one's health is a fantastic way to keep one's spirits up and maintain one's drive throughout the day.


Some foods to add to one’s diet.

Probiotics: yogurt with active cultures, tempeh, miso, sauerkraut, kefir, kimchi, kombucha, and certain cheeses

Omega-3 fatty acids: fish, especially fatty fish like salmon, mackerel, tuna, herring, and sardines.

Low-GI carbohydrates: brown rice, quinoa, steel-cut oatmeal and chia seeds


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