Here are few health tips to help - those fasting - stay healthy during the holy month.
To ease it for your kids, we bring you tips from experts
As the holy month of Ramadan approaches, we speak to a health expert on diet guidelines to be followed during the period.
With spirituality in focus, anyone fasting during the month of Ramadan should also be taking special care of their health by exercising and eating the right types of food that will help fight hunger and keep you replenished throughout the day.
The free health checks and Wellness Hub vouchers can be accessed in the 'Gift of care' section on www.du.ae/wellnesshub throughout Ramadan. Unique codes will be issued on Wellness Hub for health checks to be redeemed at the Aster Medical Hospital, or one of their 38 clinics Medical Centres throughout UAE.
Dates are an integral part of meals during Ramadan and with good reason: they offer a host of nutrients such as fibre, vitamin B6, potassium, manganese, magnesium and copper.
Feasting after the fasting may cause health issues, so here are some guidelines
People suffering from headaches or migraine before Ramadan are at greater risk of having headache while fasting but it can happen to anyone.