During the Holy Month of RAMADAN, people mostly kids, teens and young professionals face a lot of health related problems because of the sudden changes in their routine. Individuals suffer from problems such as low blood pressure, headache, constipation, gastritis and other general illness etc. therefore, it is always wise to keep a strict check on your food diet during the month of Ramadan.
Some guidelines from UAE Labours Free Community Blog to our Readers are written below.
1. Consume Low digesting foods such as yams, wheat, oat, barley, lentil etc.
2. Eat fibrous food such as Fresh green vegetables, beetroot, Fresh fruit with skin etc.
3. Avoid fried and high cholesterol food such as sweets, Parathas, read kibbeh, samosa, spring rolls, fritters, pakodas, junk food etc.
4. Eat Normal, avoid overeating and Stop eating when you feel satisfied.
5. Consume almonds, bananas, dates, etc.
6. Increase water intake to stay hydrated during the hot day do not drink on empty stomach.
7. Avoid tea and coffee.
8. Do not eat Spicy foods as it can cause heartburn and gas.
9. Lentils, Beans, salad etc are recommended foods in Iftar.
10. Meat, chicken, fish should be part of a healthy Iftar meal but don’t overeat.
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