Ramadan is here, and it is time to streamline diets and cut down on oily foods. As we settle into the second ashrah of fasting, it is time that we organize our diet routine and focus on fitness. When it comes to Ramadan diet tips, there is no better example than that of celebrities.
Fortunately enough, our celebrities are pretty public about their Ramadan weight maintenance and diet routine. We have tracked your favorite celebrities and have gathered all the insights on the Ramadan diet tips they have for you, and how you can follow them.
Pretty much the most glammed fitness icon of Pakistan, Ayesha Omar does not compromise on her diet objectives. In Ramadan, Ayesha Omar puts in special effort to incorporate coconut water into her fasting.
Coconut water has prominent nutritional benefits, and can help you store nutrients for the entire fasting period. Ayesha Omar likes sipping on a glass or two of coconut water for sehri, which keeps her energetic for the day. Also, she likes taking out for gym before or after iftar.
Juggun Kazim is refusing to age, and we blame that on her strict diet and fitness routine. In Ramadan, Juggun shuts down all sources of cold water and prefers lukewarm water instead. This has personally worked wonders for her and helps improve her metabolism.
Another diva who is refusing to age, Anoushey Ashraf is an inspiration for many. During Ramadan, Anoushey Ashraf limits her carb intake to sehri only and focuses on healthy proteins for iftar. She also drinks a lot of water, and schedules her workout session immediately after iftar. Her unwavering commitment does seem to have worked wonders for her.
Famous actor and television show host, Faysal Quraishi, likes increasing fruit intake and decreasing carb intake during Ramadan. He usually eats a bowl of fresh, red watermelon for iftar followed by some dry fruits and a slice of homemade pizza.
For sehri, Faysal Quraishi likes taking oats in milk as they keep him energetic and save him from feeling thirsty during the fast.
Mehwish Hayat recommends taking a brisk 20-minute walk after iftar for a faster metabolism and healthier diet during Ramadan. For Ramadan diet tips, she also recommends and adds healthy edibles like dates, lentils, and fruits to her diet for better nutrition.
At the end of the day, Ramadan should be about fasting, not feasting. Understand how your body works and follow these tips from proven celebrities. It’s always good to maintain, or even better, lose some weight while you’re fasting.