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HOW TO STAY HYDRATED DURING RAMADAN: DO’S AND DON’TS

HOW TO STAY HYDRATED DURING RAMADAN: DO’S AND DON’TS

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Staying hydrated during Ramadan could be a challenge especially when you are living in Pakistan. The problem of dehydration in being intensified every other year as the country gets hotter and hotter. Nowadays cities except for the northern ones are boiling and people are facing difficulties during their fast. in order to stay hydrated and spend your fast without getting dehydrated below are some important do's and don'ts which you should follow; DO’S: 1) Drink lots of water Fast during working days and in this blazing hot weather is quite difficult and people start getting dehydrated if they don’t consume enough amount of water. So, start drinking water right after your iftar meal and drink at least 6-8 glasses of water in total till suhoor so that your day goes well, and your b
THINGS TO DO IN RAMADAN

THINGS TO DO IN RAMADAN

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The holy month of Ramadan provides us a chance to recharge and refresh our faith (Imaan) for the whole upcoming year. There are countless small deeds including the obligatory ones that you could do in this blissful month of Ramadan and gather blessings of Allah Almighty. Below are described the things that you should do in Ramadan; 1) Don’t leave any Salat Praying 5 times Salat a day is obligatory on every Muslim and no fast is complete without Salat. Make sure you complete your fast by not leaving any of them. 2) Recite the Holy Quran daily There are some people who fail in including recitation of the Quran in their daily routine. The holy month of Ramadan provides a great opportunity to make the recitation of the Quran a part of your daily routine. You can easily complete t
THINGS TO AVOID DURING RAMADAN

THINGS TO AVOID DURING RAMADAN

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The hole month of Ramadan comes along with a list of things that you should do and the things that should be avoided by every Muslim fasting around the globe. In order to spend your Ramadan without committing any sin either intentionally or unintentionally, there are certain things that you need to keep in your mind, so you control yourself from doing them. Things to avoid during Ramadan are; 1) Smoking Smoking is quite injurious to health and is strictly prohibited especially during the month of Ramadan. There have been a number of debates over this issue which has led to a conclusion that smoking should be quitted by everyone from their daily life and especially when they are fasting as it would result in the breaking of the fast. 2) Sleeping too much This is the most comm...
HOW TO SOCIALLY HELP PEOPLE IN RAMADAN?

HOW TO SOCIALLY HELP PEOPLE IN RAMADAN?

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Ramadan is the most awaited holy month by Muslims all around the globe. Every Muslim wants to gather as many blessing as he could by doing good deeds and socially helping others in Ramadan. You can help the needy and the poor by doing small deeds of kindness. If you want to know more about how to socially help people in the holy month of Ramadan, read below to find out more; 1) Provide iftar and suhoor to those who cannot afford it Instead of spending your money on useless things, think carefully and look for such people who are out of food for iftar and suhoor. They could be people who are working day and night to provide shelter and food to their family but stay hungry themselves, people working alone in an unknown city to support their family or these could be people who roam ar...
NUTRIENTS AND DIET FOR HEALTHY RAMADAN

NUTRIENTS AND DIET FOR HEALTHY RAMADAN

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Ramadan is the holy month of forgiveness and mercy. There are several physical as well as mental advantages of fasting. However, in this holy month, you should also pay attention to your diet and nutritional requirements in order to spend a healthy Ramadan. Here is a complete guide for you on the diet and nutrients that are required by our body for a healthy Ramadan; BASIC NUTRIENTS REQUIRED BY OUR BODY EVERYDAY 1) Carbohydrates Carbohydrates provide energy to the body that is required to carry out our daily activities. Moreover, carbohydrates are also responsible for maintaining blood glucose levels of our body. You can consume carbohydrates from brown rice, whole-wheat bread or pasta. Whereas, in Ramadan, you can obtain it from; fresh or dried fruits or dates as they contain n...
Sunday Diet Plan For Ramadan

Sunday Diet Plan For Ramadan

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Sunday is the second day of the holiday when you find time free to pray and to pay attention to your diet more closely. Well, you will have a little free hand on your Sunday diet plan, or you could say it is another day for your favorite but not-so-healthy food to eat a day. So, let's begin with your balanced Sunday diet plan; IFTAR MEAL You exciting and tasteful Sunday diet plan iftar meal is down below; 1. Dates Breaking another fast with the most healthy and powerful item i.e. the dates. Eat 2-3 dates in your iftar meal. 23 calories/date. 2. Fried item The best part of your Sunday diet plan is here. Eat any of your favorite fried items in iftar meal but don't overeat it as you have other items in the list as well to compensate for it. ...
Saturday Diet Plan For Ramadan

Saturday Diet Plan For Ramadan

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Finally, the weekend is here, and you have a day off from your work. On Saturday you can pay attention to your diet more closely and prepare some healthy meals for yourself in order to stay healthy and fit throughout the blissful month and to shine on the day of Eid. Your Saturday diet plan is going to be as scrumptious and full of nutrients as the others are. Read further to find out more about your Saturday diet plan; IFTAR MEAL The healthy iftar meal of Saturday diet plan is; 1. Dates Incredibly healthy item and Sunnah too is dates. It boosts your brain, maintains body weight, reduces blood sugar levels and provides instant and long-lasting energy. Break your fast with 2 dates every day. 277 calories. 2. Cucumber lemon salad Cucumber is a very r...
Ramadan Thursday Diet Plan

Ramadan Thursday Diet Plan

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Thursday diet plan for Ramadan would be much exciting for you. Thursday comes after three tiring working days in which you will eat a lot of healthy items so Thursday diet plan is going to be different and would have some of your favorite deep fried iftar and suhoor special snacks. However, there are going to be healthy items also in order to compensate for the not-so-healthy food that you will eat. IFTAR MEAL Here is your scrumptious Thursday diet plan with iftar special items; 1. Dates Dates are not to be missed in any of your iftar meal because of two reasons; It is Sunnah to break your fast with dates and it provides a lot of nutritional benefits along with instant and long-lasting energy. 23 calories/date. 2. Fried item This would be the bes...
Ramadan Wednesday Diet Plan

Ramadan Wednesday Diet Plan

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Yet another day with another exciting menu of your Ramadan diet. Wednesday's diet plan has different types of food than the previous day, so you don't get bored of eating the same thing every other day. Moreover, a variety of food items would fulfill the different nutritional requirements of your body as a single meal would not have every essential nutrient required by your body. Keep reading further, your Wednesday diet plan is here; IFTAR MEAL Iftar meal of your Wednesday diet plan includes; 1. Dates Dates are to be taken daily as they have amazing nutritional value and is also Sunnah to break your fast with dates. 1 or 2 dates in iftar meal would be good enough daily. 23 calories/date. 2. Vegetable salad Raw and leafy green veggies are a g...
Places to Visit in Pakistan

Places to Visit in Pakistan

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Pakistan is a country that has it all. From the high mountains of the Himalayas to the beautiful beaches of Gawadar. Each and every province of this beautiful nation has an epic story to tell. There are literally a million places to visit in Pakistan and each one more magnificent than the other. Punjab The Badshai Masjid Lahore is the historical capital of Pakistan and is filled with remnants of the glorious Mughal Empire. The Badshai Masjid is one of the stunning structures that the Muslims of the subcontinent left behind. The grand mosque was built in Emperor Aurangzeb’s reign and is one of the most exquisite mosques in the world. It is constructed completely out of red sandstone and marble. Pakistan travel, is incomplete without a visit to Badshai Masjid. Lahore Fort