Starting in a few days, millions of Muslims around the world will observe the month of Ramadan. Ramadan is a time for self-reflection, religious observance and communities and families to come together. For a full month, many Muslims will dedicate themselves to fasting from sunrise to sunset, during which they refrain from having any food or drink.
In this video, Registered dietitian Shahzadi Devje shares 5 tips to eat healthy, to stay full, what should you eat for Suhoor and Iftar, how to prevent dehydration and what foods to minimize and avoid – to help prevent unpleasant symptoms during Ramadan 2020.
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