Eid ul-Fitr: End of Ramadan

Tomorrow, September, 21st 2009 for the Muslims is Eid ul-Fitr or Id-ul-Fitr (in Arabic: عيد الفطر ‘Īdu l-Fiṭr‎), often abbreviated to Eid, is a Muslim holiday that marks the end of the Holy month of Ramadan, and consequentely of the fasting period. We do recommand not to exceed with the food in this period, to let the body accustoms again to the usual feeding.

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The proper diet during Ramadan

During the Holy month of Ramadan, faithful has to fast till the sunset, when they can join relatives and friends for the iftar. Some healthy tips will help faithful in not stressing too much their body; the long period of fasting is a hard proof for the metabolism. Beyond the religious meaning of the fasting, many dieticians agree on the positive aspects of such practice: the internal system is purified, fasting helps to vanquish a series of disturbances related with the feeding (inflammation of the colon, of stomach ache, obesity, hypertension)

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La giusta dieta durante il Ramadan

Durante il sacro mese del Ramadan (mese in cui i fedeli hanno l’obbligo di digiunare fino al tramonto, riunendosi poi al calar del sole l’iftar.), è importante osservare dei consigli alimentari per non sottoporre il fisico ad uno stress eccessivo: il prolungato digiuno durante un mese molto caldo, infatti, mette a dura prova il fisico e il metabolismo.

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