During the holy month of Ramadan, most Muslims are required to restrict entirely from eating and drinking between sunrise and sunset. It is highly challenging to keep up with the fasting and still obtain the proper nutrients during this time and to avoid health risks. In one of the previous article, we addressed that how fasting can lead to headaches, dehydration, low blood sugar levels, dizziness and fatigue. It is, however, possible to eat healthily during Ramadan and have enough energy to last you throughout the day.