Rabat – Ramadan is a month of fasting, spiritual reflection, and connecting with friends, families, and communities. WHO warns that excessive eating at iftar and suhoor can lead to weight gain. By following its recommendations, the month of Ramadan can have health benefits such as weight loss and reduced blood pressure. First, WHO recommends drinking at least 10 cups of water at night, to replace fluids lost during the day. WHO reminds those observing Ramadan that avoiding drinking caffeinated drinks like tea, coffee, and coca-cola, is important because caffeine is a diuretic and can accelerate dehydration.
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