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Everyone loves to indulge in the delicious taste of sweets especially during the
holy month of Ramadan. It adds to the enjoyment of Iftar and sweetens the holy season.
But it is essential to point out that most of the sweets eaten during this time
are made from flour, sugar, oil, ghee and nuts (baklava, kunafa and katayef). This
brings us to the topic:
Yes you can, as long as it is eaten in moderation.
Yes, but only if they are prepared with minimum fat and less calories.
Eating sweets immediately after Iftar will increase the size of your stomach and
can cause a delay in digestion. It can also lead to fluctuation in the blood sugar
level, which will lead to you craving for more sweets! That’s why, it is recommended
to have it 2-3 hours after Iftar.
Sweets can make this joyous season even more enjoyable, if consumed with discretion.
Instead of 3 or 4, have just one portion of your favourite. This will give you a
taste of what you like while making sure that you don’t overindulge.
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