Ramadan is here and we now find ourselves in the most incredible and blessed month once again; a month filled with reward, blessing, giving to others and, yes, fasting.
Many people come to dread the iftar part of the fasting. More often than not, during the month of Ramadan, we are inclined to indulge in heavier and richer foods than we normally would which can lead to feeling sluggish and tired.
This bloated, lethargic feeling often goes hand in hand with eating greasy food on an empty stomach – which can make you feel even worse if you opted for a fizzy drink to wash it down with.
So, in order to try and help introduce some balance into our food regimes during Ramadan, here are some healthy eating tips to consider:
Here are some additional Ramadan nutrition tips you may wish to consider, especially if you’re thinking about what to eat in Ramadan to not get hungry:
We have a few more Ramadan tips that should help see you right this Ramadan:
Obviously, there are many hundreds of other ways to keep healthy during Ramadan and we’re sure you will share your tips with us.
While you open and close your fast this year, we urge you not to forget those in need during Ramadan; those who don’t have the option of eating healthy or otherwise. You can donate to Muslim Aid’s Feed the Fasting campaign here.
P.S. There is nothing wrong with indulging a little on Eid after your abstaining efforts during Ramadan!
Ramadan Kareem to all our supporters and wishing you all a blessed Eid.