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Healthier Ways To Break Fast This Ramadan

Updated: Apr 8




The holy month of Ramadan is a special month of the year for Muslims worldwide. This is a time when Muslims connect more deeply with their religion, reflect on themselves, and give back to their community. The month often begins with an optimistic energy, and practitioners may set many spiritual goals. However, it can be easy to falter as you try to maintain your health while fasting and balancing your regular day-to-day responsibilities. At All Kurma, our commitment extends to supporting practising Muslims in finding healthier ways to break their fasts during this holy month. Here are some practical tips to support a healthier, successful fast during Ramadan.


Tip 1: Do Not Delay in Breaking Your Fast

During the holy month of Ramadan, fasting from dawn to dusk is considered an important obligation for Muslims worldwide. However, it's equally important to ensure that our bodies receive the necessary nutrients to perform high-quality worship during the blessed nights of Ramadan. For those commuting home from work or school and are concerned about breaking the fast in time, All Kurma's snack packs offer a convenient solution. Easy to carry on the go, our snack packs such as the Springdale Cottage Pitted Dates guarantee you can break your fast promptly, ensuring a nourished and fulfilling Ramadan experience!


Tip 2: Stay hydrated with the right fluids

During Ramadan, it is crucial to stay hydrated, especially when fasting. To ensure that you remain hydrated, it is important to choose the right fluids that do not dehydrate you, such as sugary drinks and caffeine. Instead, stick to drinking a cup or two of water at least every hour, even if you don’t feel thirsty. Thirst is a signal that your body is already dehydrated. 


Additionally, it can be helpful to pay attention to the foods you're eating. While sweets during Ramadan can be tempting, try to choose foods with high water content instead.


Tip 3: Eat Moderately During Iftar

Overeating when breaking the fast can harm your body. It takes the body approximately 20 minutes to register the food you have eaten, so avoid overeating during Iftar, which should be a well-balanced and nutritious meal, not a feast. Consuming too much high-fat food may result in indigestion and weight gain.


If you’re concerned about feeling hungry after dinner, you can consider having some healthy snacks to munch on. All Kurma offers a wide variety of healthy and delicious snacks such as dates, dried fruits and baked nuts that will keep you full and satisfied. 


All Kurma is dedicated to helping the Muslim community live healthier and happier with high-quality snacks and superfoods at affordable prices. Shop our products now!




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