fasting

Experts share what happens mentally, physically and emotionally when you're following this eating plan.
The ultimate guide on whether it’s worth it.
Ramadan is the 9th month in the Islamic calendar during which healthy Muslims across the globe fast, abstaining from food and fluids, between sunlight hours.
Ramadan is the 9th month in the Islamic calendar during which healthy Muslims across the globe fast, abstaining from food
It's so easy to relieve ourselves of discomfort that it's now considered "not normal" to feel it, regardless of the cause. However, there is one cause of minor discomfort which can actually be good for us and that's hunger.
We're all used to it by now; when the summer arrives, so do the fashionable diets that claim to completely transform our bodies in a few short weeks. They take over our news feeds, magazine racks and even the supermarket aisles. But is there some truth in the latest summer health trends?
Since writing this article with my experience of doing a 5 day fast, I have had many questions about the process and what's required. To help anyone thinking of doing it, here are my recommendations to make sure you are fully prepared and to help guarantee your success.
As you will read in the article above, new research and suggestions about eating habits are always accompanied by very strong, and generally opposing opinions. As the research around the benefits is becoming more and more compelling, I thought I would give it a try. My aim was to see if fasting was difficult and if the pros out-weighed the cons.
During the fasting season, it may be hard to ensure you are getting enough vitamins and minerals your body needs to maintain its bodily function. Thus, taking a multivitamin supplement can help provide you with essential vitamins and minerals that you may be missing from not eating regular whole foods. Furthermore, taking multivitamins may also help to increase your energy levels too.