Her care some tips on healthy eating during Ramazan

Here are some healthy eating recommendations during Ramazan:


1) It is highly recommended that you incorporate dates in your meal when fasting during Ramadan. The sweet content present in dates provides the body a boost of energy. It is safe to eat dates, milk, and tea for iftar if you are experiencing some dizziness or headaches as a result of low blood sugar levels. Eating dates will also help your tummy to be ready for dinner. Dates are high in iron, antioxidants, and vitamins, as well as being simple to digest.

2) Fasting for long periods of time might leave you dehydrated. So, before you start eating, make sure you drink plenty of water, nutritious juices, and yoghurt. Water makes up 60 to 70 percent of your body, and a drop in its quantity can lead to constipation, headaches, dizziness, and fatigue.


3) Have foods high in nutrition for both sehri as well as iftar. Have fruits, whole grains, and even salads. Salads also keep you fuller for longer.


4) Whenever you break the fast, make sure that your meal includes carbohydrates and proteins. But keep in mind that moderation is important. Don’t be in a rush to eat a large amount of food after staying on an empty stomach for the entire day. Remember one more thing: Though carbohydrates give you a lot of energy, they’re bad for your blood sugar levels, especially if you have diabetes. In such cases, brown rice, full-grain bread, and vegetables with a low glycaemic index could be healthier choices than white rice, non-full grain bread, or potatoes.


5) Avoid eating too much fried food, junk food, or heavy dishes, which can harm your digestive system and overall health.