Fasting cleans our liver, the body fats and toxins and helps us to stay healthy and fit. During the holy month of Ramadan, we also grew some good habits such as, we quit smoking, having a healthy diet, improved stamina through exercise. Now Eid is just around the corner and now, we are about to switch to our regular meals.
By: Anika Tabassum Mohona
Yet, it will need a few days to get back to the usual food habit and sleeping routines.
Because Eid will bring a three-to four-day feast, and we will get a large number of invites from our loved ones, we will typically consume very rich foods such as biryani, korma, mutton, beef, and many other products, but we must maintain a healthy balance in our eating habits. Sudden heavy food consumption might put our stomachs in shock. Hence, the chances of digestion problems, changes in bowel habits, and fatigue will be very high.
In that case, some suggested food habits may include:
- Consuming a healthy amount of fruits like watermelons, berries, apple, pineapple, raw mangoes etc.
- Eating frequently in small amounts rather than having two or three large meals in a day.
- Limiting consumption of tea coffee with a limited amount of sugar and carboned beverages as well.
- Consuming a healthy amount of fibre and proteins and a lighter dinner.
- Avoiding too much oily food as lots of oily food already has been consumed during the whole month of Ramadan according to Bangladeshi food habits.
Aside from that, it is critical to engage in a sufficient amount of physical activity. It is necessary to restore normalcy to sleep schedules as soon as possible.