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Fasting during Ramadan can cause weight gain in some people. And if you happen to be one of them, controlling your food intake in the evenings
can help youprevent the undesirable weight gain. Consuming less food, will in turn decrease the calories consumed, allowing you to maintain or even
lose your weight during this holy month.Which means that maintaining your weight and even losing some weight during Ramadan is totally achievable!
Here are some tips that will definitely help you in managing your weight during the fasting month
When cooking, make your favourite Ramdan recipes healthier by avoiding deep frying whenever possible. Instead, reduce the amount of fat in your meals by cooking your food with a little bit of vegetable oil, baking, roasting, steaming or grilling. Keep in mind that reducing fat in your cooking does not necessarily mean reducing its flavour. You can enhance the seasoning of your dishes by using fresh vegetables, fresh herbs and spices, which add taste without adding calories.
And now, with so many tips to help you control what you eat and resist the temptation of over indulgence, you can make sure that this joyous season is happy, healthy and filled with goodness.
Besides, eating moderately, slowly and sensibly is the perfect way to – avoid getting lethargic, stay active and spend time with your family and friends. Whether it is shopping, meeting loved ones or simply watching the TV, a healthy meal will make sure that your Ramadan is filled with loving memories and a better-looking you.
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