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Foods to Avoid During Ramadan

Take Healthy Food for Best Performance
Recommended Foods to Eat During the Holy Month of Ramadan During the month of Ramadan, please avoid the following foods & take their replacements to ensure healthy & enjoyable life with all blessing of Ramadan.

Foods to avoid         Replacement /         Healthy alternative foods Deep-fried foods, e.g. pakoras, samosas, fried dumplings Whole grains, e.g. chickpeas (plain, or with potato in yogurt with different Indian spices), samosas baked instead of fried, and boiled dumplings High-sugar/high-fat foods, e.g. Indian sweets such as Ghulab Jamun, Rasgulla, Balushahi, Baklawa Milk-based sweets and puddings, e.g. Rasmalai, Barfee High-fat cooked foods, e.g. parathas, oily curries, greasy pastries Alternate with chapattis made without oil, and baked or grilled meat and chicken. Cooking methods to avoid Replacement / Alternative methods

Healthy Diet During Ramadan

Health Tips For Ramadan
Intake of a balanced diet is critical to maintain good health, sustain an active lifestyle and attain the full benefits of Ramadan.
Fasting during the Islamic month of Ramadan can be good for one's health and personal development. Ramadan fasting is not just about disciplining the body to restrain from eating food and drinking water from predawn until sunset. The eyes, the ears, the tongue, and even the private parts are equally obligated to be restrained if a Muslim wants to gain the total rewards of fasting. Ramadan is also about restraining anger, doing good deeds, exercising personal discipline, and preparing oneself to serve as a good Muslim and a good person during and after Ramadan. In Ramadan, the health problems can emerge as a result of excess food intake, foods that make the diet unbalanced and insufficient sleep. Ultimately also, such a lifestyle contradicts the essential requirements and spirit of Ramadan. During Ramadan you need to put extra effor…