Ramadan Tips. The most common bad eating habits in Ramadan that must be avoided:
Eating in large quantities at once, which leads to the failure to prepare the digestive system to receive these quantities and secrete its digestive juices, which leads to confusion in the digestive process.
Eating pickles and spices, which necessitates drinking large quantities of water.
Too much salt in food, which leads to high blood pressure.
Eating fatty foods, pies, kunafa and qatayef in large quantities, which leads to the fasting person feeling full of stomach and indigestion with an increase in weight.
Drinking ice-cold drinks in abundance will reduce digestive juices.