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Wednesday, 16 May, 2018 | 07:40 WIB
4 Veggies and Fruits to Consume During Ramadan Fasting

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The holy Ramadan month is just ahead, which means that Muslims all around the world will have to partake in a daily fasting routine for 30-days straight. Fasting, in itself can be quite challenging for some, and here are several foods you can consume to maintain your health throughout Ramadan.

Avocado

Consuming avocados in a daily basis can help you endure your hours-long fasting since it is highly nutritious and contains high fibers. Avocados also contain multiple vitamins that can help you stay fit such as Vitamin K, Folate, Vitamin C, Potassium, Vitamin B, and Vitamin E.

Broccoli

It’s recommended for you to consume this edible green plant in order to strengthen your immune system that can help you fend off diseases. Broccoli itself contains Vitamin C that is known to help fight against flu. You can consume it either boiled, steamed, or raw.

Asparagus

This vegetable that is native to most of Europe, northern Africa, and western Asia is rich with Vitamin K, protein, and iron. The nutrition value of this vegetable can provide you with enough energy for the day if served during Sahur, or pre-dawn meal.

Apple

This classic fruit that originated from Central Asia can help you carry on with your daily routines during fasting since it contains multiple vitamins and minerals that can fend off free radicals, such as Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, and Vitamin K. Meanwhile, the minerals contained in apples such as calcium, iron, and magnesium can bump up your energy throughout your Ramadan fasting.

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