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With long hours of fasting and a wide spread to choose from, eating healthy at an
elaborate, appetising Iftar can sometimes be a distant dream. But that need not
always be the case, because it is quite easy to eat and keep your weighing scale
happy during this holy month. All you have to do is prepare and eat food made from
fresh ingredients, cooked in a healthy manner for a nutritious Ramadan meal. This
will keep you nourished while setting a good example for your family and friends.
For you to get all the nutrients needed by the body, your meals should contain all
the basic food groups (bread and grains, fruits and vegetables, meat and legumes,
milk and dairy products).
To help you choose the right foods during the holy month, we have prepared a simple
guide, loaded with many healthy food choices to keep you energetic and nurtured
all through Ramadan.
With such an assorted list of food available for you to choose from, this religious
journey will surely be a pleasantly, healthy trip. And with a better view of your
choices this Ramadan, you now hold the key to a nutritious diet.
Just remember, whatever you decide to eat, a balanced food plan containing healthy
ingredients, cooked right will help you enjoy Iftar and Suhour while giving you
good health and more energy.
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