Ramadan is a chance for Muslims to “cleanse” their diet from bad eating habits and and begin a journey toward health. This Ramadan many health-conscious people are turning to the hottest diet on trend – the ketogenic diet, or keto for short – to lose weight and manage their health conditions.
What is keto all about?
During #ramadan, those who are fasting need to eat a filling meal before they start their fast. If you are following the keto diet while #fasting for Ramadan, here are some keto-friendly #sehri meal options!#ketodiet #ketoindia #ketomeal #ketofriendly pic.twitter.com/eYazYypbXv— Keto India (@ketoindiafit) May 1, 2020
Ramadan fasting and Keto: Should you combine the two?
Day 2 of Ramadan - today's iftar! I had some unused spinach and onions left from yesterday, so I made a baked gnocchi with spinach and green pesto. Some fresh melon for fruit. Same milk/dates/cashews mix, and same cheese-onion bread for bread. The other drink is pineapple juice. pic.twitter.com/r798my5Ibm— Rami Ismail (@tha_rami) April 25, 2020