Fat Burning Drinks for Ramadan

  • Publish date: Friday، 16 April 2021
Fat Burning Drinks for Ramadan
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In the holy month of Ramadan, specifically after a heavy Iftar, we wonder about effective ways to burn body fat and lose weight. Perhaps the most important one is consuming healthy drinks. Liquids, especially water, help with digestion, maintain body moisture, and properly perform its vital functions, which would dissolve fats and increase the rate of burning.

The best of these calorie burning drinks are:

Water:

Fat Burning Drinks for Ramadan

Water is the best fluid that must be consumed throughout the day in both fasting and non-fasting periods, and a person must drink at least 5 to 6 cups of water per day in all cases, and it is preferable to drink up to 8 cups of water, and 10 cups in the summer specifically.

And water helps the movement of blood circulation and access to the density of blood and his wife to the correct amount, which prevents headaches or dizziness, and helps the kidneys and liver in their work, prevents the formation of stones, gets rid of toxins, prevents the deposition of excess salts, and helps to burn fat and lose weight.

In Ramadan, water intake should be divided over the whole night period, and it is not necessary to drink a lot of water immediately after breakfast so as not to tire the stomach, or immediately after eating, but it is preferable to eat one cup at breakfast time with a cup of sour milk and a date to 3 dates, then eat a large cup Every hour until dawn.

Ginger:

Fat Burning Drinks for Ramadan

The second essential drink in the ability to burn fat is ginger, and it is great if taken immediately after a meal, as it is digestive and removes the feeling of satiety or fullness.

And ginger can be eaten alone or with lemon or with cinnamon, or sweetened with honey or without sweetening. It can be taken with milk as well, but not after food, but it is preferable to take it with milk in the morning at normal times.

Cinnamon:

Fat Burning Drinks for Ramadan

Cinnamon, like ginger, is one of the most digestive and fat burning drinks. It can also be eaten mixed with ginger or alone or with milk sweetened or unsweetened. In any case, if our goal is to burn fat, we should not eat it with milk too much, and it is preferable that milk be skimmed.

Green tea:

Fat Burning Drinks for Ramadan

Green tea is a beverage with many benefits in burning fats, losing excess weight, and in getting rid of oxidants and toxins. One of the disadvantages of green tea is that it is a stimulant, so you should not drink it too much.

Lemon:

Fat Burning Drinks for Ramadan

Lemon juice is one of the most fat burning drinks, and you can drink it in the form of a warm or cold drink, alone or with mint, or even added to ginger and cinnamon, or added to various salads.

Parsley juice:

Fat Burning Drinks for Ramadan

Drink parsley juice after boiling it and filtering it or beating it with its leaves in a blender after boiling it.

Fennel:

Fat Burning Drinks for Ramadan

Eat decoction of fennel with lemon or alone warm from fat-burning drinks as well, and it has no unpleasant taste or smell.

Cumin:

Fat Burning Drinks for Ramadan

Eating boiled or ground cumin is perhaps one of the most difficult experiments, but it has great results. Some people eat cumin with lemon, cinnamon and ginger together. Take it one time or more, as desired, to be sure that it is able to burn fat.

Vegetable juice:

Fat Burning Drinks for Ramadan

 Eat a vegetable smoothie or a vegetable soup dish before breakfast, as this reduces the calories by 135 calories.

Skimmed Milk:

Fat Burning Drinks for Ramadan

Skimmed milk contains calcium, which promotes intense fat burning.

Kiwi and Pineapple juice:

Fat Burning Drinks for Ramadan

Drinking kiwi and pineapple juice daily for 15 days helps the body to lose about 10 kilograms, while adhering to exercise and a healthy diet.

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