Tuesday, 25 August 2009
BBRAeNEWS No.200 - Ramadan
The Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar but for many Muslims it’s the first and Muslims believe this to be most blessed month of the entire year. The month is holy and spiritually uplifting but if you’re are not careful, the obligation can also lead to some common health problems because of the drastic change in dietary habits.
The long fasting hours may cause digestive problems like gastritis, fatigue and lack of vitality – due to the body not getting the right types of food need to be consumed for a healthy fast and to provide enough energy to sustain the fasting person throughout the day.
The key then to staying alert and not compromising your health is by maximizing your nutrient intake during the sahur meal.
The solution is to eat smart at sahur by taking nutritious food and supplements with a rich concentration of essential nutrients, nutrients which is a natural powerhouse of essential amino acids (protein), vitamins and minerals that provides energy for the body’s daily needs to keep you energetic all day long.