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Recall that Ramadan is 30 days during which Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset every day. 
Presently, the Ramadan fast commenced on 24 April 2020. During Ramadan, two main meals are served: Suhoor, which is served before dawn, and Iftar, which is served after sunset.
Suhoor should be a hearty, healthy meal to provide needed energy throughout a day of fasting — it ends when the sun rises and the fajr, or morning prayer, begins.
At the end of the day, when the sun sets,
the maghrib prayer starts, and the day’s fast is broken with Iftar. Many Muslims break their fast by eating dates before beginning the iftar meal. Muslims can continue eating and drinking throughout the night until the next day’s suhoor. At the end of the Ramadan month, Muslims celebrate the Festival of Fast-Breaking, called Eid al-Fitr.
Below are foods to eat during Ramadan
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Eat meals that can provide energy to last until the next meal, especially at Suhoor. This meal has to contain complex carbohydrates because they take longer to digest which means you will be filled up for longer and they contain more nutrients. Food like beans, vegetables, whole grains (quinoa, brown rice, whole-wheat pasta), potatoes contains complex carbohydrates. You can eat low-fat dairy products with your meal and some healthy unsaturated fats like avocado, unsalted nuts, salmon
Traditionally, Iftar starts with dates due to its nutritious source of natural sugar they instantly refuel your body with much-needed energy. 
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If you get occasional headaches especially towards the end of the day while fasting, it may be caused by low blood sugar, and one way to balance sugar level is by eating dates, at least two.
Eat hydrating vegetables and fruits like cucumbers, lettuce, mango, pawpaw, and other vegetables are high in fiber and are hydrating. It will help you cool off, rehydrate, help reduce constipation and it’s great for your skin!
Nuts are great during fasting especially almonds because they contain good fats and eating nuts can give you the feeling of satisfaction, which in turn reduces the need to excessively indulge yourself.
There are also some local dishes you can feast on during this period, Danwake, known as the son of beans a northern delicacy, Miyan Kuka, Balboa leaf soup, KununT Asamiya, Tamarind milk; Moimoi, Samosa, bread for Iftar. Also including, Semovita, Egusi soup, Bitter leaf soup, Amala and Ewedu soup, etc most especially for Sahoor.

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