Healthy Food for Ramadan

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Summary

Ramadan, the holy month for the Muslim community has begun. It is a 29-30 days of intense fasting period marked by offering prayers, meeting your near and dear ones, and eating sehri at the end of the day.

Press Release

Ramadan, the holy month for the Muslim community has begun. It is a 29-30 days of intense fasting period marked by offering prayers, meeting your near and dear ones, and eating sehri at the end of the day. The Muslim devotees fast for the entire day having one meal before dawn and the other after sunset. Hence, they need to keep themselves all energized and healthy to celebrate the festival which is not possible if they do not keep their body healthy.

Here we have provided you with some tips to help you be healthy during the holy month of Ramadan.

  1. Water– Indeed, our body is majorly made up of water and it is very essential to maintain the level in our bodies. Drink plenty of liquids to keep you rejuvenated and hydrated. The high soaring temperatures will drain your energy levels and make you sweat a lot. Hence, it is very important to have a good water intake.
  2. Fruits– Though, all the fruits are good to take but those which have good water content should be prioritized during Ramadan. It will be like a sweet truth to your mouth and you will be refreshed throughout the day.
  3. Balanced diet– Have a good nutritious meal which includes whole grains, protein foods like chicken, and other carbohydrates apart from consuming fruits and vegetables. Avoid eating processed and fried junk items as much as you can.

So during your Sehri and Iftaar time, do keep a note of the above-mentioned tips and you will surely maintain good health and celebrate the festival with the same spirit.

About Al Safa Halal:

Al Safa Halal is the one-stop destination for all Muslim communities. At this online platform, you can different varieties of delicacies that are made considering the holy month of Ramadan. All the non-veg items are made with halal meat, as suggested in the holy book of Kuran.

For more information about Ramadan Halal Food please visit our website: https://alsafahalal.com/