هدف مجله غذا ترویج فرهنگ صحیح تغذیه و ارتقا سلامت جامعه است.
Ramadan gives people who follow the Islamic faith an opportunity to fulfill their duty to Allah, cleanse their bodies and souls and practice self-restraint and usually includes fasting.
Ramadan isn’t always thought of as being an opportunity to lose weight because the spiritual aspect is emphasized more generally than the health aspect. However, it’s a great chance to get the physical benefits as well. Fasting during the month of Ramadan can be good for your health if it’s done correctly. These healthy meal ideas will give you a varied and balanced diet during Ramadan. They include ingredients from the five major food groups.
Food intake should be simple and not differ too much from your normal diet. It should contain foods from all the major food groups:
Fruit and vegetables, Bread, cereals and potatoes, Meat, fish or alternatives, Milk and dairy foods and Foods containing fat and sugar.Here are some tips on healthy fasting: Don't skip Suhoor (pre-dawn meal), don’t overeat during Iftar (dinner), Avoid eating fried foods, salty foods and high-sugar foods and Drink as much water as possible.
Suhoor, the pre-dawn meal, should be a wholesome, moderate meal that is filling and provides enough energy for many hours. A well-balanced diet is a key to healthy fasting during Ramadan. Read on for tips on what to eat during Iftar and Suhoor.
Health Benefits of Ramadan: Weight Loss, Learning Healthy Habits and Help Lower Blood Sugar and cholesterol.