Read about the tips for Ramadan Fasting. This year, the holy month of Ramadan falls towards the summer time, which means that fasting hours end up longer. Summer is definitely a very warm season. Fasting means we can not eat & drink from the dawn to nightfall. In summer, season days consist of more hours & night has fewer hours. In this Ramadan, if you desire to be healthy then have healthy, nutritious fasting & stay fit.
With the beginning of the fasting of the Holy Month of Ramadan, It is your opportunity to establish a healthful lifestyle to avoid diseases and strengthening the immune system. It will only happen if you avoid certain things from your life. Here are some pointers regarding Ramzan fasting:
Select from a variety you choose foods to eat, so as to include first meals groups in Iftar (breakfast after Maghreb prayer) and Suhoor (the meal before the dawn prayer) foods,
Add and broaden your everyday intake from nutrient-dense foods, such as green veggies. They will keep you healthy and fit.
Increase your daily dietary fiber intake, to slow down the digestion, feeling full, and no longer feeling hungry.
Scale down as possible from the nutrient-poor meals, similar to sweets in general, Ramadan sweets, candy, French Fries, deep-fried meals, and sweetened drinks and juices commonly.
So you should begin you Iftar with three Dates or fresh dates (Rutab), following the Prophetic traditions and Sunnah. Eating three dates after lengthy hours of fasting will aid you a large number.
You need to drink a minimum 2 liters of water and fluids between Iftar and Suhoor. When you do not meet your fluid body want, your chance of dehydration is increased.
During the lunch hour, find a quiet space, set the alarm for your watch/cell mobile phone and nap. This will help your body a lot to adjust to the daily Ramadan schedule that involves early waking for Suhur.
Carbohydrates are tricky– complex carbohydrates as to lentils, beans, quinoa, brown rice, and whole-wheat pasta are absorbed slowly, making you think satiated for an extended interval of time.
DO NOT Forget to eat protein.
Instead of tea, coffee and carbonated drinks go for fresh refreshing juices. They will help you a lot in keeping hydrated as well as provide sufficient amounts of carbohydrates which is source of the energy we use to live and do work.
Avoid Meat/Mutton if you want to lose weight this Ramadan. Moreover, these will increase your thirstiness during Ramadan fasting.