A fasting person needs good, nutrient-rich food that provides the energy necessary for the priorities of daily life and no other time of year is that more important than during Ramazan. When we’re fasting for long hours, some of us in very hot climates or in the summer season.
Eat Real Food, Not Processed and Junk Foods
Sure, processed foods can seem convenient in our daily life . But they’re usually filled with unhealthy things like high-fructose corn syrup, MSG (to enhance flavor), lots of sodium and typically all the wrong heart-clogging oils. If you’re in a hurry, there are healthy and halal-convenient options that are particularly good for breaking the fast . So get to know the halal food businesses that make and serve them. Also , there are junk foods like chips, candies, which are basically void of nutrients and should not be used as a side dish.