During the non-fasting hours, try to eat a balanced diet with a variety of foods, including fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean protein, and healthy fats. This will help provide sustained energy throughout the day.
Don’t skip suhoor
Eating a nutritious meal before sunrise can help keep energy levels up throughout the day and prevent overeating during iftar.
Pace yourself during iftar
It’s easy to overeat during iftar, but this can cause discomfort and digestive issues. Instead, try to eat slowly and mindfully, and stop eating when you feel full.
Avoid processed and fried foods
It’s tempting to indulge in fried and processed foods during Ramadan, but these foods can cause bloating, indigestion, and other health problems. Instead, opt for healthy, whole food options.