Nutritionist suggests healthiest food for Ramadan – GulfToday

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Photo has been used for illustrative purposes. Mariecar Jara-Puyod, Senior Reporter The Holy Month of Ramadan is only a week away and a clinical dietician/consultant nutritionist from Dubai has noted some factors to consider, relative to the ensuing Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, even as fasting has been proved to improve general health, the reason for it having become a lifestyle such as the interval or intermittent fasting. Medeor Hospital’s Juliot Vinolia was asked on whether it is safe to fast at this time when the SARS-CoV2 actively transitions into various forms: “We need to cautiously follow a safe and healthy Ramadan lifestyle for the following concerns-some variants spreading aggressively easily among the young people; the efficacy of the current developed vaccines against the latest variants still under research; the long-term effects of COVID-19 (survivors) might put them at higher risk for chronic diseases and other auto-immune conditions; the more...