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Things to Eat during Ramadan: Ramadan Diet Plan

What to Eat During Ramadan?

The month of holy Ramadan has come. During the Ramadan, it is more challenging to obtain proper nutrients. Therefore, we are sharing some of the best and foods you can eat during Ramadan to obtain proper nutrients. Fasting in Ramadan can be the best way to break the habit of bad foods. Here’s what should you eat in sehri and iftar during Ramadan.


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What foods should you have in sehri?

Fruits and vegetables

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You must eat fibre rich fruits and vegetables in Ramadan as help prevent constipation and fulfill your hunger too. Fruits and green vegetables contain vitamins and minerals that are essential for the human body.   

Rice and alternatives

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Brown rice is high in carbohydrate and they take more time to digest. Hence, brown rice and wholemeal bread help you sustain energy level longer.

Chicken and alternatives

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Chicken and its alternatives like fish and mutton are great sources of protein. These protein-rich foods are low fat hence they help build and repair body tissue. These foods also improve your immune system.  

What foods should you have in Iftar? 

Dates

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Dates are the great source to rehydrate the body. They restore sugar and salt level in the body and prepare the stomach to receive foods after many hours of fasting. It is recommended to break your fast with dates.

Fruits and Vegetables

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You must eat fibre rich fruits and vegetables in Ramadan as help prevent constipation and fulfill your hunger too. Fruits and green vegetables contain vitamins and minerals that are essential for the human body.   

Meat and Alternatives

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Meat is a great source to fulfill the need for protein in your body without increasing fat. Chicken is protein rich and low fat hence it helps build the body tissue. Meat also builds your immune system.  



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