Ramadan is a month in which you increase your acts of worship in hopes to continue these good habits year round. While many people make resolutions when the New Year comes around, Muslims use Ramadan as an opportunity to develop religious resolutions. In addition to forming positive religious habits, Ramadan is the perfect time to build and create healthy habits to last throughout the year. Since you have limited time to eat, making healthier food choices will provide you with more energy and nourishment throughout the day.
Although there are only 10 days left of Ramadan, it is still not too late to incorporate healthy habits! What healthy habit do you plan on starting this Ramadan? Let me know by tagging me @NutritionbyNaz on Instagram and Twitter.
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