Fasting and exercise These two are the right times
People, who lose weight often ask, “When do we exercise during Ramadan?”
The holy month of Ramadan is a golden opportunity for those who want to lose weight or blood fats (cholesterol or triglycerides). With a strong commitment (healthy food, plenty of fluids, exercise, and adequate sleep) they can improve their health in addition to being rewarded.
People who want to lose weight can set aside time for exercise.
- Exercise 30 to 45 minutes before bedtime which is the best time. But for some, it can be a daunting task.
- Exercise before breaking the fast. But because of hunger and thirst, most people feel less energized over time. But with the breaking of the fast and the beginning of the exercise, this feeling disappears.
At this time the amount of glucose in the blood is relatively low. Not only does glucose not accumulate in the liver or liver but the liver’s glucose stores are also broken down and hence glucose is consumed. In addition, the body tries to provide energy from the fat in the body. And body fat is consumed.
When the evening call to prayer is made, the fast should be broken with dates, fruits, or water. Rather, the goal is simply to break the fast and eliminate the need. After breaking the fast, he should pray, then he should exercise, and after the exercise, he should break his fast.
Video Source: Dr. Eric Berg DC