5 tips to burn belly fat during Ramadan

2024-02-21 2024-02-21T20:27:13Z
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Weather of Arabia - The period of the holy month of Ramadan is an ideal opportunity to get rid of excess weight and burn belly fat, but some guidelines must be followed to make the most of fasting. We will review effective ways to get rid of belly fat during the month of Ramadan, according to the “Medicinenet” website.

Tips to burn belly fat in Ramadan

  • Proper nutrition

Iftar and Suhoor meals during the month of Ramadan should contain foods rich in fiber and protein, while taking care to reduce the consumption of saturated fats and sugars.

  • Drinking water

It is necessary to make sure to drink plenty of water in the period between Iftar and Suhoor, because water helps suppress appetite. In addition, the body becomes more able to burn accumulated fat, especially in the abdominal area, when it is well hydrated.

  • Avoid fried and processed foods

Fried and processed foods are often criticized for their high calorie, saturated fat and salt content. Therefore, it is highly recommended to avoid these foods completely during the month of Ramadan, whether to maintain weight or get rid of belly fat.

  • Playing sports

Proper nutrition without physical activity will not be enough to lose weight effectively. Therefore, it is highly recommended to exercise daily during the month of Ramadan, after breakfast, for at least 30 minutes. This helps raise the body's fat burning rate and achieve weight loss more effectively.

  • Good sleep

It is necessary to get a sufficient amount of sleep every night during the month of Ramadan, usually between 7 and 8 hours, because lack of sleep can contribute to weight gain, and thus the appearance of belly fat, due to its effect on appetite hormones and the feeling of hunger and fullness. Therefore, it is important to pay attention to good and regular sleep to ensure maintaining a healthy body and ideal weight during the month of Ramadan.


Source: elconsolto

This article was written originally in Arabic and is translated using a 3rd party automated service. ArabiaWeather is not responsible for any grammatical errors whatsoever.
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