After 30 days of programmed food, all Muslims are ready to sit at the big Eid table and enjoy everything. However, doctors advise that you should be careful with your diet immediately after Ramadan.
Director of Public Health in Samsun, Turkey, Dr. Mustafa Kasapoğlu warned that excessive consumption of food after Ramadan can lead to many health problems related to the stomach and intestines.
" During Ramadan, people reduce the amount of food they give the body and thus slow down the metabolism. The first thing you need to do is help your metabolism slowly return to normal," says Dr. Kasapoglu.
To facilitate this transition, experts advise eating a little, but every three hours. Also, water consumption should be increased, while coffee and tea consumption should be reduced.