Everything in balance is the main formula for healthy eating during Ramadan.
You must consume food in moderation during Iftar and have well-balanced fluid-rich meals for Suhour. This keeps your body hydrated and nourished.
At night, avoid spicy food, as it increases thirst on the following day.
Prevent eating fried foods or those that have high-fat content. Such meals cause heaviness and bloating the next day.
Overeating, in general, results in indigestion and weight gain.
When gastric discomforts like indigestion, constipation, or heartburns trouble you, seek advice from our telehealth consultants.
If your symptoms are severe like chest pain, visit our hospital for physical examination.