Your Health in Ramadan

Are you ready for Ramadan? Do you find it a good time to follow a healthy lifestyle? Well, you are right, and here are some important tips to keep healthy throughout this holy month:​​

Drink at least eight cups of water every day in intervals.

Make sure your iftar meal contains carbohydrates, a source of protein and most importantly salad.

Don’t miss your Sohur meal

You don’t have to deprive yourself completely of dessert, but be reasonable.

Start your iftar with soup to prepare your body for the main course

If you have a special health condition, consult your physician to know if you should follow a certain diet.

Avoid foods that contain a lot of salt and spices.

Eat less of the fried food.

Go for a walk two hours after iftar, and you’ll feel fresh and energetic

Download one of the health and fitness mobile apps to keep track of your activity.