Dos to stay healthy in Ramadan, Dos to stay healthy in summer, What to eat in Sehri to stay healthy in Ramadan, What not to eat in Sehri to stay healthy in Ramadan, Dos and Don'ts in Ramadan


You cannot perform the desired worship if you are not physically fit.

Even good health can turn to bad if not conscious in living from the beginning of Ramadan. An important part of living is what we eat. Eating such food at Sehri carries the risk of side effects, which can negatively affect daily activities as well as worship. So be aware of the dos and don'ts of Sehri.

* In Sehri it is necessary to take fiber like food as much as possible (red rice, red flour, vegetables, beetches like beans, beans, etc.). Ashy foods are digested slowly, resulting in less hunger and more energy.

* The mentality of eating more at Sehri should be avoided. The amount of rice should be reduced and vegetables and fish and other curries should be eaten.

* It is necessary to eat small and large fish, meat, eggs, pulses, milk and milk-like food to meet the daily non-vegetarian needs and to replenish the body's loss.

* To prevent dehydration during fasting, you can give preference to easily digestible vegetables such as gourd, ringey, potal, chichinga, pumpkin etc.

* It is better not to drink tea and coffee during Sehri. The caffeine they contain causes thirst, produces acidity and inhibits the absorption of nutrients from food.

* Avoid excess oil, spices and fatty foods in Sehri.

* It is better not to eat Tehari, Khichuri, Biryani etc. in Sehri. A lot of water is absorbed in the body to digest these foods, which increases thirst.

* Very salty food should be avoided in Sehri. According to experts, high salt intake increases thirst.

* 2.5 - 3 liters or 6 to 18 glasses of safe water should be consumed between Iftar and Sehri to meet the body's water needs. Drinking enough water during fasting will also help in curing headache, indigestion, constipation.

Source: Bartan

Post a Comment

Previous Post Next Post