“Tips to staying hydrated during the day in ramadan “

“Staying hydrated during Ramadan is essential, especially because you are not allowed to drink water or other fluids during daylight hours. Here are some tips to help you stay hydrated during the day in Ramadan:
1. Drink plenty of hydrating water during non-fasting hours. Make sure to drink enough water during Suhoor (pre-dawn meal) and Iftar (evening meal) to help keep you hydrated throughout the day. When I say hydrating water you can check the app for waters and electrolyte tonics as well as adding mineral drops to your water. They are all in the Ramadan food program.
2. Avoid dehydrating beverages. During non-fasting hours, avoid beverages that can cause dehydration, such as coffee and tea. These drinks are diuretics and can increase fluid loss in the body.
3. Consume hydrating foods: Eat foods that are high in water content, such as fruits and vegetables. Some good options include watermelon, cucumber, oranges, and strawberries. Let’s not forget salads and soups.
4. Monitor your urine color. Check the color of your urine throughout the day. If it’s dark yellow, it means you are dehydrated and need to drink more fluids during your breaking fast times.
5. Take sips of water and have a special 2l bottle that you must finish during non-fasting hours, to keep your body hydrated. Jazz up your water with the tonics in the Ramadan food Program. You can also add your collagen mixes to your water that are fresh in flavour.
6. Avoid salty and spicy foods. Salty and spicy foods can make you feel thirsty and dehydrated. Try to avoid these types of foods.
7. Use a humidifier. If you live in a dry climate, consider using a humidifier to add moisture to the air and prevent dehydration.
8. Try to limit exercise until after futour unless it’s an hour before futour. Check the supplements section for the mineral drops and other interesting electrolyte ready made pre mixes that you can add to your water.”