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Drinks that should be consumed after Iftar

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Drinks that should be consumed after Iftar

Many people drink less water while fasting. Due to this, dehydration may occur in the body. The only way to stay hydrated is to drink more water. The amount of water or food we consume during normal times is less during fasting.

Therefore, apart from taking water and drinks from Iftar to Sehri, water-based vegetables should also be kept in the diet. It will keep the body hydrated throughout the day.

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Drinks that are beneficial for the body at Iftar:

Water: Water is the first healthy drink to drink. It is better not to mix sugar, salt or anything else in it. Only white water is the most important and healthy drink at the beginning of Iftar.

Lemon water: Mix a pinch of salt, beet salt or pink salt with water and lemon and drink it. Sugar cannot be given. This lemon water will help balance the body’s electrolytes nicely.

Beler Sherbat: If the body becomes more dehydrated, you can eat Beler Sherbat. If the beel is not sweet then if required sugar substitutes can be made into sharbat with candy, jasmidhu, date powder, molasses etc.

Sugarcane molasses syrup: Sugarcane molasses mixed with water and a little salt to make a syrup acts as a saline solution and helps to balance the electrolytes in the blood.

Canned water: Sweating occurs due to prolonged fasting during fasting. This results in electrolyte imbalance. Bottled water is a naturally mineral rich drink. Drinking a glass of bottled water after iftar will balance the body’s electrolytes.

Fruit juice: Any fresh fruit juice can be prepared and consumed. Fruit juices are rich in antioxidants and packed with vitamins and minerals. If consumed by adding isabgul, tokma, chiasid to the juice of this fruit, then it will be a fiber rich drink. Such drinks help to keep the body hydrated for longer.

Milkshake: Any shake made with milk can be eaten at Iftar. You can mix it with dates, nuts, papaya or any fruit of your choice.

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