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عادات الأكل الصحية في رمضان

Eating Healthy During Ramadan

 
 
     
 
 

 
 
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Keywords

Eating healthy, Ramadan, healthy living, fasting, balanced diet, food pyramid

Overview *

Healthy eating during Ramadan is similar to healthy eating in any other month:
- Eat a variety of foods
- Eat only the amount of food your body needs
- Ensure that you eat plenty of grain products, vegetables and fruit
- Eat a diet low in fat and cholesterol
- Limit sweets and sugary foods

Some tips for eating healthy during Ramadan include:
- Eat slowly digesting foods, especially at the breakfast before dawn (Suhur)
- Eat food with lots of fiber
- Avoid fried and fatty foods
- Drink a lot of water at the breakfast before dawn as well as between the Iftar dinner and bedtime
- Avoid caffeine Suhur, as it acts as a diuretic that can cause the loss of water

 
 

In-Depth

Introduction | Healthy Eating
Tips for Ramadan | Healthy Living
Exemptions | Common Questions
Conclusion | What is?

 
 

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This health education program explains to fasting Muslims how to eat healthy during the month of Ramadan. It reviews general healthy eating habits, gives tips for healthy fasting and eating during Ramadan, and reviews general healthy living habits. The program also includes a section about tips for avoiding common medical issues related to bad eating habits during Ramadan. The program ends with a section for people who are not familiar with the month of Ramadan.

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Last reviewed: 9/3/2008

 
     
 

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