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Oct 28, 2014 0
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Join the United Arab Emirates in getting to know their beauty, get their beauty tips about the Arabian Beauty. Thier home remedies to having a beautiful healthy looking you. From Abu Dhabi to Dubai, the main attraction. the experts will help you get to know the herbal science of Arabians. This is your chance to get to know the Arabian Beauty secrets, pure from the land and in the Beautiful land of Arabia itself. Although Dubai is Full of Artificial Nature that it has created, but the Beauties in Dubai, the Arabic are to be complimented and they are coming to their homeland to tip you with some of their unrevealed secrets, be relieved now! instead be excited but be patient till the coming 2015. Dubai’s Arabian party nights are to turn into Beauty ones from 28th till 31st January 2015, make sure you dont miss out, whats under those Hijabs, Beauty..yes!

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Stay healthy during Ramadan – tips from the experts

Jun 26, 2014 0

Dr Elisabeth Makk, medical director at Talise Spa And Wellness, explains how to stay happy and healthy during the Holy Month.

Stay hydrated. Drink at least eight glasses of water every day. Eat fresh fruits and vegetables because they are rich in water and fibre. They stay in the intestines for a long time and reduce thirst. Try not to drink large quantities of water all at once or a lot during a meal.

If fasting, don’t skip breakfast. Even though the thought of sleep may be far more appealing than waking up to force down some food, don’t skip breakfast. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and during Ramadan, it’s the meal that will sustain you for the next few hours until sundown. Make sure you add enough protein to your diet as protein slows down the absorption of carbohydrates and this will keep your sugar level more balanced during the day.

If fasting, eat foods that are labelled Low GI. Foods that slowly release energy during the long hours of fasting are essential for staying healthy during Ramadan. Foods include grains and seeds like barley, wheat, oats, millets, semolina, beans, lentils, whole meal flour and basmati rice. Fibre-rich foods include bran, cereals, whole wheat, grains and seeds, potatoes with skin, and almost all fruits are digested slowly and really important for nutrition.

Avoid heavily processed and fast-burning foods. It’s also worth avoiding caffeinated drinks such as tea, coffee and cola since caffeine is a diuretic and stimulates increased water loss through urination. Dark chocolate is really ’good mood’ food. It is rich in antioxidants and serotonin, which is the hormone of happiness. Dark chocolate is your ‘healthy sweet’.

Eat slowly. It may seem impossible, but aim for a small iftar with the view to a larger main meal later. You will also feel far more energetic and alert in the evening following iftar. If iftar is your main meal, eat very slowly or eat in two parts. Eat a small plate before waiting 10 minutes and continuing with the meal.

Partake in gentle exercise. If you are fasting, consider something like yoga, which will place less stress on your body and also allows you to relax and meditate during your exercise. If you do need to work out or train at the gym, consider exercising after you have broken the fast.

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