Ramadan Diet Plan: Get into the Best Shape of your Life!

Traditionally, the Ramadan diet focuses on nutritious, light, and hydrating foods that provide energy and sustenance throughout the day. Some common good foods eaten during Ramadan include: Dates, banana, whey protein, water, honey, collagen, colostrum, and milk 
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It's also important to stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water and avoiding caffeine and sugary drinks. The Ramadan diet is not just about abstaining from food and drink, but also about cultivating self-discipline, empathy for those in need, and a stronger connection to one's faith.
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Get in the best shape of your life by eating lots of protein, drinking water, and not over eating, avoiding sugar and fried foods.