This is without any doubt that Ramadan is a month of cleansing for both the body & mind but, with the access to rich, delicious food, coupled with lavish Iftars by the hospitality industry, it can also become a month of over-indulgence.
Unfortunately, without taking any food and drink for the greater part of the day, many people tend to actually gain weight instead of losing during the month of Ramadan – fasting Month. To avoid this practice into the Ramadan weight trap, we need to set our goals and follow very basic guidelines to keep our health and wellbeing in check.
1. How to Control your calories:
Much of the food prepared for Ramadan meals is rich, greasy and filled with calories...Read More