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Observing the end of the holy month of Ramadan, we celebrate Eid, a glorious occasion that is followed by rejoicing, giving of alms and a feast of various and delicious foods.
During the holy month of Ramadan your body is slowly getting used to a certain routine of receiving foods at specific times during the day. And while for many this may be considered unusual and rather difficult to follow at the beginning, in time, you can get used to it and enjoy it.
Returning to pre-Ramadan food habits may cause a shock to your body's system and may trigger undesirable side effects such as indigestion, heart burn and the dreaded weight gain. You should also remember that overeating during Eid is very common and in addition to the previous side effects this can also lead to fatigue and the tendency to sleep for longer periods of time.
With these useful tips you can now enjoy an Eid that’s nutritious and healthy, while ensuring that you gently go back to your regular 3 meals and incorporating regular exercise in your life.
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