It’s that time of the year when our phones are loaded with Ramadan greetings and good wishes, while the dining tables are filled with a variety of foods, most of which are not healthy foods. Many people think that they will lose weight during Ramadan because they do not eat or drink all day, but according to our traditions, the whole lot goes out in Iftar, which consists of various foods, including fried items, which are good for health.
So let’s know what kind of diet plan or routine you should have in Ramadan which will not affect your health and also lose weight. First decide what to eat in Ramadan:
Schedule Suhoor and Iftar meals at the beginning of the week, try to include nutritious foods in the meals, try to eat protein foods including fruits and vegetables. Tips for Sehri:
* Start your day i.e. when you wake up for Suhoor, drink a glass of water first, then eat something that contains protein, such as an egg, yogurt or something.
* Apart from this, you can add carbohydrate foods like oatmeal, brown rice, dry fruits etc. These foods will keep you feeling fuller for longer.
What should be done in Iftar?
*Try to have a fruit first after eating dates in Iftar, followed by a non-fat meal made from potatoes, or you can make a salad that includes boiled potatoes.
* Try not to be dehydrated in Ramadan, as water is not consumed much, so after breaking the fast, when you get the chance, drink water, avoid cold drinks and prefer juices including coconut water.
* It is very important to do physical exercise during fasting, 30 minutes of exercise every day is mandatory.