TRIBUNWOW.COM – Fasting people aim to purify the soul by restraining lust, including suppressing hunger and thirst.
Well, during the 30-day fast, usually the weight tends to go down.
However, if your weight increases, then there is something wrong with your sahur and breaking fast.
So that your weight doesn’t swell during fasting, then consider some of the following tips, quoted from various sources:
1. Reduce foods high in sugar (glucose)
When breaking the fast, consuming sweet foods and drinks such as syrup, fruit ice, sweets, and compote ice is very tempting.
Not that it should not be, but it should not be done every day.
If you are accustomed to consuming foods or drinks that are high in sugar every day, this will make you hungry easily and in turn will look for additional food to consume.
As a solution, replace these sugary foods with sugar sources that are slowly digested by the body such as brown rice, whole wheat bread, oatmeal, muesli, granola, and other high-fiber foods.
We recommend that you eat something sweet like syrup just 1-2 times a week.