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  • lutonguy
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    I'm seeing a lot of overweight muslims these days, fasting should help but having banquets every night more than cancels it out.

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  • Ibna' F
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    Last edited by Ibna' F; 21-05-14, 08:57 AM.

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  • menk
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    Thank you also for Maghrebia and Muslim help for your help and insight to a healthy Ramadan. I hope you have a blissful month during Ramadan.:up:

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  • menk
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    Originally posted by Al-Mualim View Post
    Thank you brother for the information

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  • menk
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    Originally posted by Fatimah_Bibi View Post
    Thank you for the video sister

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  • Al-Mualim
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    :salams
    Healthy all the way!
    Suhoor Guide:
    http://productivemuslim.com/ramadan-...-suhoor-guide/
    Ramadan Food Guide:
    http://productivemuslim.com/how-to-p...food-schedule/

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  • Maghrebia00
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    Originally posted by muslimhelp View Post
    here is a meal plan for a few days.The meal plan has been written by medical experts in consultation with Islamic scholars.

    Fluids (water and juices) and dates should be added to each Suhoor (pre-dawn meal) and Iftar (dinner – the meal which ends the day's fast). The fast is broken with dates, followed by dinner.

    Suhoor: a bowl of porridge with milk, one slice of toast and a handful of unsalted nuts
    Iftar: pitta bread with chicken, salad and hummus and one or two pieces of baklava
    Suhoor: wheat-based cereal with milk, a plain scone or crumpet and an apple or banana
    Iftar: chicken with boiled rice, vegetable curry and mixed salad, followed by fruit salad with single cream
    Suhoor: a bowl of shredded wheat or muesli and a pear or orange
    Iftar: baked fish with roasted vegetables, or fish curry with rice followed by sweet vermicelli or one piece of jalebi (an Indian sweet)
    Suhoor: cheese, then one teaspoon of jam with crackers or toast, and a handful of dried fruits
    Iftar: pasta cooked with vegetables and chicken or fish, and a slice of plain cake with custard
    Do you know how many calories are in one cube of baklava? can range from 500-1000 calories!
    And fruit salads are tasty on its own without the single cream.

    But pretty good list.

    I must ask though, do you always have a full dessert after meals?... one date before and after is efficient i think.

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  • muslimhelp
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    here is a meal plan for a few days.The meal plan has been written by medical experts in consultation with Islamic scholars.

    Fluids (water and juices) and dates should be added to each Suhoor (pre-dawn meal) and Iftar (dinner – the meal which ends the day's fast). The fast is broken with dates, followed by dinner.

    Suhoor: a bowl of porridge with milk, one slice of toast and a handful of unsalted nuts
    Iftar: pitta bread with chicken, salad and hummus and one or two pieces of baklava
    Suhoor: wheat-based cereal with milk, a plain scone or crumpet and an apple or banana
    Iftar: chicken with boiled rice, vegetable curry and mixed salad, followed by fruit salad with single cream
    Suhoor: a bowl of shredded wheat or muesli and a pear or orange
    Iftar: baked fish with roasted vegetables, or fish curry with rice followed by sweet vermicelli or one piece of jalebi (an Indian sweet)
    Suhoor: cheese, then one teaspoon of jam with crackers or toast, and a handful of dried fruits
    Iftar: pasta cooked with vegetables and chicken or fish, and a slice of plain cake with custard

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  • Maghrebia00
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    :wswrwb:

    during Ramadan i tend to get full quickly... It only takes some dates, a soup, to get me full... i can't consume as much as i would on a normal day... and i don't sleep till late sometimes... but i know some have to sleep early, and sleeping on a full stomach is not comfortable
    However, you could do exercise after you break your fast... or before you wake up for suhur, wake up an hour earlier then you would, to exercise.

    Or wait till Ramadan finishes.

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  • Fatimah_Bibi
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    wa alaikumusalaam,

    How about this?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZRDd...F0266F&index=2

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  • menk
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    healthy ramadan

    Salaam Alaikum brothers and sister may Allah shower you with his blessing and mercy. Ramadan is a special month in the Muslim calendar where we fast for the sake and pleasure of Allah and so many people actually think that during Ramadan we loose weight, but actually we gain more weight because we are eating throughout the night because where less active during those times. so my question is, are anyone planning to have a healthy Ramadan by eating less and working out (how can you workout while fasting, any tips). it be very hard for me as I always love the smell of my mum making samosas, they are very delicious.

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