During the Holy month of Ramadan, Muslims all over the world practice daily fasting, eating only one meal (“Suhoor”) just before dawn and another meal (“Iftar”) after sunset. While there is evidence to show that fasting may have some health benefits, the challenge for most people still lies in striking a balance between fasting and eating healthily, when there is only a very narrow window of time to nourish their bodies.
It's not too late to keep your eating habits in check! With Hari Raya Aidilfitri just around the corner and a few days left to fast, it is as important as ever to start practicing a balanced and nutritional diet to welcome the festive season.
Babel’s in-house nutrition expert, Delphine, has put together some easy nutrition tips to help you during this time. And if you’re not fasting, read on as well – some of our tips may just up your healthy eating game (you’re welcome in advance)!