This Ramadan I have been trying out some healthy eating techniques and Alhamdulilah so far it has been working and so I thought why not share it with my readers as well. Using this routine I managed to lose weight right after the 10th Ramadan and so it was a prove that my current routine is effective for losing weight.
The tips I am providing here are particularly for the time when you will be breaking your fast.
Apart from being the Sunnah, dates are extremely healthy because it provides your body with enough energy that helps to digest the food that you binge at the time of breaking your fast. Also, by eating 3 dates you will be able to satisfy your hunger.
While eating the dates, sip from a big glass of water because your body needs to be hydrated in order for your body’s metabolism to work well.
3) Start with non-fried stuffs
As much as you will feel like getting your hands on all the delicious deep fried food, you need to control yourself. Start with eating the non-fried stuffs by telling yourself, ‘I will eat the fried food but first let me eat this.’ Keep the fried food to be eaten at the last this way you will already be full and won’t be able to eat a lot.
Stock your fridge with your favourite fruits. Keep them at your reach at the time of Magrib. Eat them instead of desserts.
Green tea will help digest the food and will also boost your metabolism in order to burn more calories.
Stay aware of how your body feels. Your body will signal you that it is full and doesn’t needs to be fed with anything more.
You will only succeed with these tricks if you’d practise controlling your urges every day. Each time you will sit to break your fast, you will feel like getting your hands on all the deep fried stuffs. The only way to work on resisting that is to practise it daily.
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Hope these tips help you get into shape this Ramadan. Do comment below with your experiences. Also, do remember that you should lose weight not for anyone but for yourself.