Ramadan 2021:During Ramadan, Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset for a full month, taking pleasure in Allah Almighty and giving alms to the poor. Considered the holiest month of the year in the global Muslim community, this year is a hot summer.
During Ramadan, Muslims fast from dawn to dusk throughout the month and are obsessed with repentance. Allah Almighty, alms the poor.
Fasting in the summer is a difficult task. Too high a temperature can cause a kind of dehydration and fatigue. But don’t worry, during Ramadan, certain foods and eating habits should be avoided for a better fasting experience.
Tea and Coffee
These two drinks are very popular with people and both contain caffeine, which can cause dehydration. If you can’t completely stop drinking tea and coffee, try cutting back.
Although salty foods like Samosa and Pacolas are an important part of Iftaar, they are not healthy foods. Salty food will also make you thirsty because salt promotes water loss. Instead, choose fruits and vegetables that are high in moisture, such as watermelon, cantaloupe, cucumber, tomato, etc.
Foods high in sugar:
Foods high in refined sugars (like Harris) can make you gain weight. Sugary foods will immediately cause your energy level to spike and then drop suddenly, which can also make you hungry.
Instead, choose low-glycemic foods like oatmeal, millet, and eggs (these types of foods take a while to break down, so you can stay full for a long time). If you like sweets, eat some dates and fruits, because they are rich in nutrients and not as harmful to your health as refined sugar.
Avoid drinking too much water at once –
Many people end up drinking too much water quickly after fasting. Avoid this because it will dilute the digestive juices in your stomach and eventually make you feel full due to high water intake, preventing you from eating nutritious food. Instead, drink water at small intervals.