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Ramadan is the Holy Month of fasting and blessings. It brings with it a host of special customs, of which food habits and eating play a big part. Eating during Ramadan is also about following the right habits for a balanced Iftar which contributes to maintaining good health during this holy month.
As the sun sets, the ceremonious sounds of the traditional cannon roar is an eagerly welcomed invitation to the joyous meal of Iftar – a time when family and friends celebrate the special season of Ramadan together as one. And being the daily event of such paramount spiritual and physical significance makes it even more important to enjoy the meal and maintain a healthy balance.
But with such an elaborate spread, overindulging can lead to physical discomfort. This can however be easily remedied by making sure you intake small portions at a time, giving you ample opportunity to taste the sumptuous fare while ensuring that there is enough at this precious gathering to give everyone a taste of the assorted dishes. Remember, Iftar is a time to enjoy the presence of those around you, while nourishing yourself with food lovingly prepared. Keeping a limit on what and how much you eat will ensure that your joy is complete.
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