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Deep fried foods and traditional desserts always make an appearance at the Iftar
table. It’s okay to enjoy these treats in moderation. However, overindulging day
after day could lead to weight gain.
For the main meal, a good rule of thumb is to fill half of your Ramadan plate with
an assortment of vibrant and colorful vegetables and fruits, one-fourth with
complex carbs and the other fourth with protein rich foods such as chicken, fish,
red meat, lentils or eggs.
Tips:
• Choose one deep fried option rather than trying all of the varieties available to you. If
you are preparing Iftar yourself, have only one fried item at the table.
• Swap your dessert for fresh fruit or practice mindful eating with your favorite dessert.

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