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Wednesday, 20 July 2016

The month of prayers, fasting, forgiveness, blessings and generosity has arrived; Ramadan is the
most pious month for Muslims in which they show their complete devotion to Allah. Along with
prayers and fasting it is the month full of opportunities for Iftar parties and delicious Sehri and

Brotherhood and togetherness is reflected in Ramadan, it is the time to invite family, friends and
yes, food. Iftars are incomplete without pakoras, samosas and other oily items resulting in acidity
issues during the month. Blood cholesterol rises leading to acidity and digestion problems.

During the day the stomach is empty but immediately at Iftar intake of spicy and fried food starts
which can lead to digestive issues including constipation and stomach ache. Intake of healthy
food is necessary during Ramadan with good amount of water and fibre rich food at Sehri time.
Even tea should be taken in a moderate amount at Sehri time to avoid excess loss of minerals in
the body.

Tayyebi Herbal Healthcare has Kasirin for indigestion which can tackle your digestive issues.
After intake of a huge meal when you feel something wrong in the stomach or after an oily Iftar
have Kasirin. It is an herbal product prepared with natural herbs to provide instant relief. Experts
at Tayyebi Herbal Healthcare have combined various compositions to come up with a perfect

Kasirin for indigestion by Tayyebi also improves stomach, intestine, liver and kidney functions.
It is completely herbal and does not harm your body. This Ramadan Kasirin can protect your
stomach from indigestion, acid reflux, heartburn, diarrhoea, constipation and stomach ache. To
stay active and healthy it is necessary to include all types of food in diet and in case of cravings
treat them in moderation.

Iftar does not mean an uncontrolled attack on food; start with dates and energized juices or fruits
then move on to heavier meals. Develop self control. Little suggestion which could help in

 take care of the calories in your intake and decide smartly what you have to eat
 regularly do exercise, not too strenuous ones during fasting
 Eat carefully and controllably during Sehri and Iftar
 Choose healthy alternatives to fatty food
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