With all pakoray, samosay and fried items in aftar and equal ghee filled parathas during sehri one is bound to gain weight in Ramadan how hot the weather may be. Somethinghaute.com got in touch with some of our fittest celebrities and asked them about their routine to stay fit in Ramadan and this is what they had to say:
“The most important thing about staying fit in Ramzan is to eat healthy,” says Mehwish Hayat. “The problem is that in Ramzan we tend to consume high amounts of fried foods and junk that we usually would avoid on regular days. So try to eat healthy stuff like fruit salads, dates, lentil soup etc. I would also recommend you include some sort of physical activity in your day, even if it is just 20 minutes a day, do some jogging, cardio or a light brisk walk to keep yourself feeling better and not stuffed. I personally changed my workout routine from in the morning to the evening after iftaar to stay fit throughout Ramzan.