Secrets to Staying Healthy and Hydrated During Ramadan
- Ramadan Hydration Tips
- Healthy Lifestyle
- The adult body is 60% water and this water is important for digestion, saliva, circulation and transportation of nutrients
- Reports indicate that men should consumer around 2.5 litres or 10 glassed of water, while the water intake for women is recommended as 2 litres or 8 glasses during Ramadan
To Cut it short
The biggest challenge that most of us face during Ramadan is to stay hydrated!
This Ramadan, follow a planned diet to avoid dehydration and gain countless blessings in the holy month. While water is the most important intake, consuming fruits and vegetables that have a rich water content can keep you feeling fresh the whole day. These include cucumbers, radishes, tomatoes, watermelons, oranges and peaches. Dates are sun-fired packages of high energy multivitamins and minerals and recommended by varied health and wellness experts to stay hydrated.
Also consuming nuts like almonds, pistachios, walnuts and cashewnuts are a good source for keeping your body full with water content. Drinking coconut water during iftar is also considered a great way to keep you hydrated. However, it is important to avoid packed cartons which include preservatives and dilute the drink. Stay away from junk and fried foods. These foods are not only toxic, but also increase your thirst during fasting. In addition, white foods as bread and cornflour should also be avoided to stay fit and healthy during Ramadan. So this Ramadan, plan your diet to purify the body and illuminate the soul!
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