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Intermittent fasting twice weekly post Ramadan will help the body to adjust back to normal eating patterns

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Intermittent fasting twice weekly post Ramadan will help the body to adjust back to normal eating patterns with more comfort.Ms. Ruba Elhourani, Senior Dietician - RAK Hospital الصيام المتقطع مرتيين أسبوعيا بعد رمضان يساعد في [...]

Be aware of overeating, eat until you are 80% full

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Be aware of overeating, eat until you are 80% full. A good way to do this is to eat slowly, so you are aware of your satiation level.Ms. Ruba Elhourani, Senior Dietician - RAK Hospital [...]

Water remains the best beverage at all times | Eat Right … Eat Light

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Avoid sugary drinks and carbonated beverages. Many people claim that consuming fizzy drinks is a way to digest food easily but in-fact drinking soft drink and other sugary drinks leads to dilating the stomach which [...]

The best times to exercise while fasting are one hour before Iftar or 3 hours after Iftar

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The best times to exercise while fasting are one hour before Iftar or 3 hours after Iftar. Ms. Ruba Elhourani, Senior Dietician - RAK Hospital أفضل وقتين لممارسة التمارين الرياضية أثناء الصيام، قبل الإفطار بساعة [...]

Acidity is known to be increased while fasting for long hours

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Acidity is known to be increased while fasting for long hours. This can be avoided by enriching the diet with food such as banana, coconut water, buttermilk and or, cold milk. Ms. Ruba Elhourani, Senior [...]

Salt and salt substitutes or salty food should be avoided at Suhoor time to prevent feeling thirsty during fasting

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Salt and salt substitutes or salty food should be avoided at Suhoor time to prevent feeling thirsty during fasting, Protein is one of the food groups that needs to be added to Suhoor to energize [...]

Eat slowly and chew food properly | Eat Right … Eat Light

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Eat slowly and chew food properly. Eating food fast without taking good time to chew, especially during Iftar can lead to a feeling of bloatedness and stomach aches. Chewing slowly and properly will help in [...]

Eating all kind if dates is beneficial to the body as they contains high percent of water, minerals, and fiber.

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Eating all kind if dates is beneficial to the body as they contains high percent of water, minerals, and fiber. They are well known for prevention of constipation, headache etc. Dates differ from rotab or [...]

People who have kidney, heart or blood pressure problems should limit exercise before Iftar, whilst fasting

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People who have kidney, heart or blood pressure problems should limit exercise before Iftar, whilst fasting. Exercise a few hours after Iftar instead. Exercising while fasting may lead to dehydration that in turn may lead [...]

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