Muslims around the world are reaping the rewards by fasting Ramadan and worshiping in large numbers. During Ramadan, especially during Iftar, the Dastar Khan is decorated with chit-patta dishes and sweet drinks, including dates, samosas, fritters, plain rice, yolks, biryani, various fruits, vegetables, lentils, fruit licks and drinks.
They are all full of nutrients. If the fasting person eats too much food during Iftar, it will also increase his weight. According to Al Arabiya News, Sarah Abdul Ghani, a nutritionist from Dubai, says that if Ramadan Here are ten simple steps you can take to prevent weight gain.
Eat a good amount of protein and vegetables at the time of Sahar and Iftar and use moderate amounts of starchy foods.The use of baked or fried items in oil should be avoided as much as possible. The use of baked items and pastries in the oven should also be restricted.
- Avoid increasing calories through drinks. These include regular juices, popular Ramadan drinks and soft drinks.
- Avoid eating large amounts of dates and dried fruits. Although these things are healthy, they contain a lot of calories.
- Avoid filling your stomach completely. Always take care of your physical needs and when you are full, skip meals and do not stuff more in the stomach.
- Use light snacks that are at least 70% energizing. Use the least amount of sweets.
- When you are hungry, eat the right foods and avoid spending on sweets or pastries.
- Avoid choosing too much food at the time of Sahar and Iftar on the table. In this case, you will want to eat as much as possible.
- If you have been exercising before Ramadan, then continue this exercise. However, reduce your exercise routine and exercise three to four days a week.
10 Stay active for a whole month and walk 10,000 steps daily. It is not necessary that you walk all these steps at once, but it can be divided into before and after iftar.