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Ooooi! Sedaaapnyaaa!  
Boleh kah kita makan begini ketika berpuasa? (Jawapannya di penghujung artikel ini).
Maklumlah trend terkini "jalan2 cari makan" di Bazaar Ramadhan dan di gerai2 makan yang mempromosikan kelainan dengan berbagai makanan jumbo, yang fusion yang beraneka rasa dan rupa, serta menyemarakkan citarasa tekak, terutama sekali bagi mereka yang lapar.

Ramadhan, dengan berpuasanya kita, adalah satu bulan paling mudah untuk kita menjaga kesihatan. 

Namun demikian, banyak pula terjadi kembong perut dan penyakit yang bersangkut paut dengan ketidak- hazaman,  naik nya berat badan dan malahan kencing manis yang tidak terkawal, semua dek pengambilan makanan yg tinggi kandungan gula, garam dan lemak yang berlebihan dan pengambilan air yang berkurangan.

Alangkah ruginya Ramadhan jika hasilnya ialah kesihatan yang terjejas lantas menjejaskan keberkesanan kita untuk melakukan ibadah termasuk sholat terawih dll.

Bersahor adalah "sarapan" anda semasa anda berpuasa. Ia penting untuk kualiti puasa anda. Sahor adalah "fuel" supaya anda dapat bertenaga untuk meneruskan ibadah puasa serta mempunyai "mental alert" dan daya konsentrasi untuk melakukan kegiatan seharian anda.

Amalkan kesederhanaan bila memilih makanan berbuka puasa.

Mesti makan golongan makanan berkhasiat semasa bersahor dan berbuka puasa. Pastikan yang

- Penuh dengan Vitamin C (sayur2an dan buah2an) supaya daya ketahanan anda terhadap penyakit boleh ditingkatkan supaya kita tidak cepat dijangkiti selsema 

- makanan yang kaya dengan zat serat untuk mengelakkan sembelit (roti wholemeal, wholegrain pasta, brown rice)

- protein untuk membina dan memperbaiki sel2 tubuh (ayam-tanpa kulit, daging, ikan)

-mesti minum air untuk hidrasi, 2 litre air sehari, termasuk air putih, teh, jus asli

Selamat Berpuasa Semua..jaga makan dan jaga kesihatan dlm bulan puasa ini..

Semuga kesihatan kita dapat membolehkan kita untuk mengerjakan ibadah dengan lebih sempurna.

Aamiin..


Jadi, boleh tak saya makan makanan ini?

Boleh..tapi amalkan kesederhanaan..
- lebihkan buah2an asli untuk mendapat manisan asli nya
- tukar whip cream kepada yoghurt 
- tepung wholemeal, pakai lebih putih telur, kurangkan butter



Dee Dee Mahmood, multi award winning Celebrity Exercise Physiologist and Nutritionist, is the Academic Adjunct Senior Lecturer at Edith Cowan University Australia. Her PhD research on obesity was chosen for its impact on obesity in Asia and was accepted and presented at the President's Cup Award, American College of Sports Medicine Northwest Annual Meeting in Tacoma, Washington. Ambassadors to brands like Reebok, Norwegian Seafood Council and Celebrity Beaute, this TEDX  Speaker has several signature community programs to her name, Fat2Fit Asia and Walking Football for Health Asia. She conducts  synergy on community and corporate health and research collaborations internationally. Dee Dee has just been appointed the International Scientific Committee and International Ambassador for the World Conference on Exercise Medicine, supported by World Health Organisation (WHO).

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