Dates: They are Potassium rich fruits and are excellent to break your fast. They provide rejuvenating energy and hydration.
Fluids: Drink as much water or fruit juices as possible between Iftar and bedtime to avoid dehydration.
Almonds: They contain good fats which are essential, particularly when your body has been craving for fats after the long-hours of fasting.
Hydrating vegetables: They are a great choice to keep you skin healthy and avoid constipation during Ramadan.
Avoid drinking processed beverages and carbonated drinks. Avoid also fried food, oily curries and greasy pastries to reap healthy benefits for your body during Ramadan.