Healthy ramadan fasting tips
Go Natural is keen to seek the help of the best experts in the fields of health and beauty around the world, especially from Germany and Egypt, to find out their advice for preserving the freshness of the skin during Ramadan and summer.
Remember that the month of Ramadan is a great opportunity to change your eating habits. Reducing food qualifies the body to perform ritual acts.
Fasting does not only mean abstaining from food and drink for a specific period but rather has many dietary rules and behaviors that must be adhered to so that fasting does not turn into a cause threatening the health of the fasting person.
Ramadan is a natural remedy for many diseases and a great opportunity to stop harmful dietary behaviors, as it is an opportunity to pay attention to the quality of the food we eat.
Healthy ramadan fasting tips you should follow
It is advised to drink adequate quantities of fluids and water daily between suhoor and iftar
which vary between fresh natural juices, milk, yogurt, and soups, and to avoid soft drinks And juices that contain large amounts of sugar.
Beware that you neglect to drink water, as you and your skin will become dehydrated when fasting, and collagen will begin to disappear, causing lines and wrinkles to appear.
Water maintains the hydration of the internal body systems while relying on natural oils to keep the skin dry externally, such as argan oil and shea butter, and make sure
you buy it from a trusted source.
It is necessary on Iftar to contain all the elements and food groups, to give the body
the energy needs for movement.
The month of Ramadan is an opportunity to quit smoking and thus avoid the risks associated with it, both for the skin and for the body.
The month of Ramadan is an opportunity for the pregnant woman to take care of eating a balanced
integrated diet. We advise a pregnant woman to break her fast with dates and milk, or juice and take into account that the meal contains the essential elements in balanced quantities while eating plenty of fluids.
Eat nuts, as the best snacks that you must rely on for the health of your skin during the month of Ramadan are nuts.
Eating nuts such as cashews and almonds contribute to the renewal of skin cells because it contains large proportions of fiber and fatty acids.
Moisturize your skin during fasting hours, so your skin doesn’t lose moisture and become dehydrated easily, so you should start using skin moisturizing products and take care of it.
Dermatologists at Go Natural also advise us that you should not neglect your skincare before and during Ramadan and always rely on natural moisturizers from oils and creams, such as coconut oil,
olive oil, argan oil, and shea butter.
Add skin oils to your routine to add more moisture to your skincare routine.
Avoid the sun’s rays, as they cause dryness of the skin, which negatively affects its youthfulness.
The sun exhausts the skin and strains it, and of course do not forget to apply a natural protection cream from the sun before leaving the house, such as aloe vera gel with honey.