Ramadan is a time to practice humility, a time for prayer and good deeds. Gathering around the Iftar (post Dusk meal) tables with family and friends while enjoying a meal or special Ramadan desserts is one of the common customs for celebrating Ramadan.
We know that Ramadan will not be typical without satisfying our appetite and enjoying a variety of savouries and desserts with the family. However, it is very important to remain mindful and not overindulge in too much oily savouries and desserts.
It’s natural to want to treat yourself after long hours of fasting, but it’s more important to keep Iftar well balanced.
A well-balanced Iftar will help replenish your nutrition stores and replace fluids that were lost during your day of fasting.