This article was published on May 22nd, 2019
There is so much more to Ramadan than abstaining from food, but there are also a lot of health benefits for fasting during the Holy Month. Read on…
1. The benefits of dates:
Eating dates does have a religious aspect to it, but it also includes a number of health benefits. Dates are a great source of fiber, which will help you with digestion. In addition, they are filled with potassium, magnesium and B vitamins.
2. Get rid of bad habits:
Fasting during the day helps you with getting rid of bad habits. Because you will abstain from them during Ramadan, it makes it easier for you to continue with cutting out bad habits.
3. Lowering your cholesterol:
Fasting has a positive effect on lowering your cholesterol, especially if you stick to a healthy diet during Ramadan.
4. Resetting your metabolism:
Fasting during Ramadan can actually reset your metabolism, since your body will work harder during the hours without food and water, which will use up your fat, and will also rid your body of toxins.
Working wonderfully for both your mind and body, Ramadan is a great time to detox. Not only will your body burn away toxins, but it will also give you a fresh new start after the month is over.
6. Absorbing nutrients:
The amount of nutrients you absorb from food during Ramadan usually includes, due to not eating throughout the day. This also allows muscles to absorb more nutrients, and will lead to better general health.