3 Habits Cause Weight Gain Up During Ramadhan | Ramadhan is a fitting moment to improve faith and piety, such as not leaving mandatory worship and reproduce worship sunnah. However, not a few people who complained of weight gain during fasting this month.
Quoted from various sources, actually gain weight during fasting influenced one's lifestyle in Ramadhan itself. If you are still doing this lifestyle, then gaining weight at the end of Ramadhan can be inevitable.
1. Too much carbohydrate consumption
No doubt, fried food becomes the favorite food of almost everyone when breaking the fast. In fact, gorengan very much contain fat and carbohydrates are quickly stored as fat in the body.
Instead, you should eat foods high in protein or complex carbohydrates, such as brown rice and potatoes with skin. This will help your digestion digest more slowly so that the food is not directly stored as fat during Ramadhan.
2. Too much sugar
Admittedly, when fasting the body loses a lot of sugar. That's why the body feels limp when fasting. However, that does not mean that the lost sugar was immediately replaced in large quantities at once during breaking. Your body will only store it as fat. Not to mention the risk of a rapid rise in blood sugar after going down, this will actually harm the body.
3. Lack of drinking
When fasting, the body loses a lot of fluids. While the fluid is used the body to help digestion works more. In other words, water is part of a healthy diet during fasting. So while not fasting, suffice your drinking needs during Ramadhan.
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