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To make good use of this month, we must create conditions that meet the nutritional needs of the body during fasting while resting the digestive system.
According to the medical journal, Dr. Salam, a gastroenterologist, advised fasting people: To prevent heartburn during the day, eat carbohydrate foods such as bread and rice at breakfast and avoid fats. Also avoid overeating at Iftar and avoid fatty foods, tea and coffee, drinking liquids with food and smoking.
Fasters should eat fruit before going to bed
The last good meal for fasting people is eating fruit, which helps digest food and restores nutrients lost during the day. Dr. Hassan Makrami, Director of Food, Cosmetics and Health of Mazandaran University of Medical Sciences, said: Fasting has a balanced effect on the body and soul of fasting people.
After Iftar, due to the fact that the stomach is empty for hours and is not ready to eat a large volume of food, a large volume of food should not enter the stomach because it can put pressure on the gastrointestinal tract.
He continued: “For proper use of this month, we must create conditions that meet the nutritional needs of the body during fasting while resting in the digestive system.” He stated that food helps maintain order and energy supply in the body, he said: The use of appropriate food compounds in Iftar and Sahar has a good effect on providing energy to the body and resting the digestive system. He stressed: The use of lukewarm liquids such as milk, light tea and dates is the most important point that helps fasting people in the health of the gastrointestinal tract at the beginning of the Iftar meal.
Makrami continued: Fasting people should try to avoid eating bulky food during Iftar and avoid using sugary substances such as Zolbia sweets and artificial sugars. He reminded: in order to provide proper energy during Ramadan, dinner and dawn should be considered and food diversity should be observed in dinner. Makrami emphasized: the use of bread, cereals, milk, dairy products, fruits, vegetables and meat should also be included in the diet of households.
He continued: “The amount of food consumed should be such that it is emptied from the stomach before going to bed and the person feels light.” While advising to reduce the consumption of very cold drinks, Makrami reminded the fasting people: Those who have to work in the sun during Ramadan and their body salt is lost due to sweating, should plan between Iftar and Sahar so that the body needs water. Provide yourself with enough water.
To prevent heartburn during the day, eat carbohydrate foods such as bread and rice at breakfast and avoid fats. It is also not recommended to use sugars at dawn because sugars cause a feeling of hunger due to their rapid absorption. Becomes a person. He continued: “The best food that is recommended for high body resistance during the days of Ramadan at dawn is the use of high-fiber foods such as bread.”
Referring to the popular mistake about using fatty food at dawn, Makrami said: “Fat and heavy food should not be used at dawn.” He mentioned that one of the reasons for bad breath during Ramadan is burning fat in the body and said: due to burning fat in the body, bad breath should not cause concern in a person.