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Follow these diet plans in Ramadan, stay fit and active

In every religion, certain days, months and teej-festivals have special significance. As Ramadan, Navratri begins in the month of Chaitra in Hinduism, it is considered sacred. Similarly, in Muslim religion, Ramadan is considered to be the holy month of worship of God. It is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar. In this month, Muslims fast from the sun rising to the sunset. Ramadan is called the month of Barakat in The Muslim religion. Muslims earn reward by fasting, praying and doing good deeds during Ramadan. There is a gap of about 14-15 hours between Sahari and Iftar in Ramadan. In the meantime, nothing is eaten or drunk.

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In such a situation, it is very important to plan sahari, iftar and late night diet properly. So that you remain active throughout the day, you do not feel weakness and there is no lack of nutrition in the body. Celebrity nutritionist Munmun Ganeriwal has shared a diet plan for Ramadan on his Instagram account. Let’s know about this.

Sahari’s diet plan


  • You can eat poha or millet porridge.


  • Jowar bread, pickles and vegetables or yeast bread can be eaten.


  • You can eat poha milk or upma or curd bread.

Iftar Diet Plan


How to open the fast – fresh fruits / fruits Homemade Sherbet/Smoothie

Main Meal – Dal Soup, Biryani and Curry/Curry Dal-Rice and Vegetables Jowar bread, lentils and vegetables

You can take roasted makhana late at night.


How to open fast – fresh fruits and nuts Homemade Sherbet/Smoothie with Sabja Seeds

Main Meal- Chicken Broth, Biryani and Raita/Raita Kebabs, millets bread and korma

You can take buttermilk late at night.

Phase 3

How to open fast – fresh fruits and nuts Homemade Sherbet/Smoothie with Sabja Seeds

Main Meal: Mutton Paya Soup, Masala Pulao and Yogurt/Yogurt Nan with Halim

You can take masala milk late at night.

Keep these things in mind too

  • Include eggs, chicken and fish 2-3 times in the Iftar meal every week. Eat red meat once a week.
  • Do not eat things like fried things, chaat, kulfi, faluda and sweets at iftar every day. It’s okay to eat once a week.
  • Do not drink too much water during Iftar. Sip and drink water after miles until you’re awake.
  • Do not make ultra-processed foods such as sauces, jam jellies and packaged juices a part of your diet.
  • If you exercise during Ramadan, do it two hours after Iftar. You can drink protein smoothies after exercise.


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