Nutrition tips for Iftar

– Preferably break your fasts with dates

– Don’t overeat.

– Don’t consume too much fat and carbohydrates at the same meal.

– Avoid highly processed foods (e.g. biscuits, white bread etc.)

– Consume whole grains as opposed to sugary foods, this shall help maintain and sustain blood glucose levels for longer and help avoid the slump associated with high sugary meals.

– Don’t drink too much with your food, it is better to drink most of your liquids before or after your meal (30 – 60 mins. after is ideal).

Don’t forget that overeating and gorging on lots of food is definitely one way of upsetting your body (aesthetically and definitely from a health perspective).

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  1. LOL. does the last sentence remond you of someone 🙂

  2. thanks so much for the information 😀

  3. Chika, not only someone but many! lol 😀
    Wer3y, you’re welcome and thanks for dropping by 🙂
    eshda3wa 🙂

  4. aslam

    Its advisable to break your fast with something sweets (dates) and a little water. After which wait a while and let the stomach adapt to the intake of food after the long fast. You may offer you Maghrib prayers during this interval and then return and proceed with the rest of your meal.

  5. Aslam, thanks for sharing 🙂




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