Welcome to Your Guide to a Healthy Ramadan 2017:
I am a registered dietitian, located in Greater Toronto Area, Canada – and I am dedicated to helping Muslims eat better and live healthy, disease free lives. I am also a Muslim, who has lived in countries like Kuwait, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Dubai, India, USA and Canada; this cultural diversity has taught me many different aspects of food and its ethnic significance in Ramadan.
- Have you experienced headaches, dizziness or heartburn during your fasts in Ramadan?
- Did – low energy levels, tea/coffee withdrawals or smoking withdrawals – ever stop you from having a productive month of Ramadan?
- Do you try to drink as much water as your bladder can hold before Fajr or before bedtime?
- Do you feel you tend to spend most of your time preparing meals instead of spending time in Ibaadah?
- Do you need help planning your meals for Ramadan?
- Would you like to manage your body weight and health during this Ramadan?
- Are you at risk of high cholesterol or diabetes and want to learn how to eat healthy in Ramadan?
If you have answered yes to any of these questions, you will find this guide helpful.
This guide is designed to help you and your family find healthful and ready-to-use strategies to apply daily in preparation for the long fasts in Ramadan.
I have compiled the answers to your questions and all other relevant information you need for this Ramadan in an e-book. This e-book has –
- Ramadan Meal Planning Guide;
- Portion Control Guidelines with ideas & suggestions for your Iftaar, dinner and Sahoor!
- Recipes Makeovers for common Ramadan food items (like Falooda, Samosa, Kabsa, etc),
- Grocery Shopping Guide, and
- Fridge and Pantry arrangement shortcuts,
and much more – all in one place. You can download and refer back to it as often as you like while you plan this Ramadan and all your future Ramadans’ menus.
E-BOOK Outline – what you will learn:
Chapter 1: What You Will Need to Get Started!
Chapter 2-3: Improving Sleep, Sunlight, Sitting and overall Wellbeing
Chapter 4: Ways to Prevent Headaches & Heartburn
Chapter 5: Choose the Right Protein to Nourish your Fasts
Chapter 6: Dairy Products And Lactose Intolerance
Chapter 7: Rice, bread, Noodles, Pasta – choose “whole” types of each grain.
Chapter 8: Choose the Right Fruits, Juices and Desserts
Chapter 9: Complete your plate with these ingredients
Chapter 10: Help your fasts, weight and cholesterol by fats
Chapter 11: Meal Planning for Iftaar, Sahoor and Dinner
Chapter 12: Let’s makeover your traditional Iftaar dishes: Pakoda, Samosa, Falooda, Sherbets, Chaats
Chapter 13: Drink Enough Water – Aim for 8 – 12 cups within a 7 hour time frame (or the length of your night till dawn)
Chapter 14: Foods to Eat at Sahoor
Chapter 15: Modify ingredients to make dishes healthy: Biryani, Harees, Haleem, Mansaf etc.
Chapter 16: Let’s go shopping now
Chapter 17: Makeover you fridge, freezer and pantry
Here is what people are saying about this guide…
“This ebook has a wealth of resources that I have used with my family, what’s really great about this is that this comes in a pdf format, and I could refer back to it over and over again while preparing meals in iftar for my family. Thank you for this book, keep up the good work” – Amnah S.
“Comes with meal plan table with portion control, exactly what I needed to reduce my bely fat, I hope there was more for after Ramdan to keep the weight in check. But over all great guide, Thanks.” – Zeeshan R.
And your voice too and let us know how this guide has benefited you? here I’d love to hear back from you since this is designed JUST for YOU!
Feel free to also share this page with your family and friends and also help them get ready for this and the next Ramadan.
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