While you are on a roller coaster ride to enjoy the fantastic feasts and yummy delights that arrive with this month, we would like to let you know that Ramadan is surely a month to pray and enjoy delicious cuisines. But, don’t make ”food” a priority as you may have to face the repercussion that comes with it. Enough of lecture I guess let’s come back to the point. We genuinely believe that the charm of food increases during Ramadan and people, without considering the fact that they might come across some health issues, eat lots of unhealthy things which affect the health later. Here are a list of things for you to jot down that what to eat and what not to eat during Ramadan. Yes you can thank us later!
What to Eat/Drink
Fruits are a healthy option all-round the year but during Ramadan, when our metabolism is already dealing with our eating disorders, fruits are the best option to choose. Eating fruits in sehri or iftar keeps your fresh for the whole day and you will not feel low during the day time. Also, fruits keep your body hydrated and healthy.
Dates are a perfect source of all the vitamins and minerals you need especially during Ramadan. And it’s the best time to eat them as plenty of fresh dates are available in the market in honor of Ramadan.
Kuch bhi kehlo, but ghar ka khaana is ghar ka khana at the end of the day. No matter how many pakoras and dahi bade you opt for, the taste of desi khanay remains tasty. Sometimes it’s good to order food online but most of the days, ghar ka khana comes out to be the winner in order to maintain the health.
How many of you are aware of this totally Pakistani drink, doodh soda? I am sure people from any other planet would consider it odd but believe me, THIS IS THE MOST REFRESHING DRINK EVER! Mixing doodh with any white fizzy drink turns out to be not only refreshing but super energetic. [Try it once]
What Not to Eat/Drink
- Too much fry item. Pakoray, samosay, roll etc
Eating too many fry items will make you fat [for the obvious reasons]. You will be less energetic and will feel dizzy most of the time. And I am sure, Ramadan is not only about eating, so try to take balanced diet so that you can do proper ibadat and enjoy the month as well.
Sharbats and all the mashroobaat are good till you choose the right one. Too much of sugar consumption is injurious to health. Choose wisey, water is the best solution for that but if your thirsty tummy wants anything else, go for natural juices and drinks which are not harmful and are beneficial also.
There is no worst choice than to opt for cold drinks during Ramadan. These fizzy drinks are not good in daily routine too, but during Ramadan they can be the worst nightmare ever. We fast the whole day and having fizzy drinks right after breaking the fast will end up making you feel worst about you and are also harmful to health.
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