The Holy month of Ramadan, when Muslims abstain from food and drink, is here again! When observing your fast it is essential to maintain a healthy body and diet in order to avoid health challenges such as dehydration, fatigue, headaches. It is best for you to feed on fruits and light meals which contain all classes of food thereby supplying energy needed throughout the day (between dawn and dusk. Your fruits could be in form of fruit salad or as juice. Here are some foods you can eat in the morning and evening.

Essential foods to break your fast

The major food groups are:

Fruits and vegetables such as oranges, pineapple, pawpaw, bananas. Avoid cashew because of its acidic contents, its not good on empty stomach . 

Bread, cereals, and potatoes

Meat, fish and chicken

Dairy products such as milk and cheese

Pre-dawn meal

The food you should take at this time of the day must be meals that will supply long-lasting energy throughout the day. Foods that provide long-lasting energy are complex carbohydrates and high-fibre foods. Examples are rice, beans, whole wheat, oats, vegetables, raw and unpeeled fruits.

Water and fresh fruit juices should be taken instead of caffeinated drinks such as cold canned drinks, tea and coffee. . The fruits will give you vitamins.


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