The Holy month of Ramadan is observed by Muslims across the world, and they fast from dawn to sunset each day for 30 days.
Fasting is obligatory for all the healthy muslims, but there are exemptions for those who are ill or fasting could effect there health.
Ramadan is an excellent opportunity to loose weight and to stop bad habits that effect our health and to adopt a regular healthier and nutritious diet.
Fasting has a very positive effect on our brain, increasing mental as well as spiritual focus and it also helps in greater reduction of stress level.
Fasting during Ramadan helps in reduction of cholesterol in the blood, acts as a super detox for our body and strengthen the digestive system.
Ramadan gives us a push to maintain healthy lifestyle and is a perfect stepping stone to a consistent healthy lifestyle.
Doctors have always recommended not to break their fast with lavish feasts rich in a variety of dishes, fried food and sweets which can trigger rise in triglycerides and cholesterol.
More intake of sweets and salty foods can trigger hunger and thirst a few hours after you start your fast.
What is important is a balanced and nutritional diet in terms of quality and quantity.
Few tips for Healthy Ramadan:
Eat Healthy food
Avoid fatty and junk food
Engage in lighter physical activity
Wish you all a very Happy, Healthy and Blessed Ramadan