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Fast 2 Fit: Your Ultimate Guide to Losing Weight This Ramadan

Losing Weight in Ramadan

Losing weight this Ramadan? Are you out of your mind? I gain 20 lbs after a month of excruciating fasting!! Well at least this is what I hear and witness year after year in the Muslim households. Ramadan is a food fest. People fast from Dawn to Dusk. As the time for Iftar nears, mostly women start preparing delicious meals fried carbohydrates, sweets, sugars, and all kinds of delicacies. And when the time for breaking the fast arrives at the sunset, everyone eats whatever is in sight. Essentially nullifying all of the health benefits of Ramadan.

And the other view I hear from people that do not know much or anything about Ramadan Fasting is.

Whattt??!! Not even Water?

Yes. Not even Water.

And No. It is not dangerous or harmful for you.

How do I know? Its only because Muslims have been observing the fasting in the month of Ramadan from Dawn to Dusk. For Over 1400 years, and no one has ever died from Fasting. Fasting during Ramadan is prescribed in Islam and is one of the Five Pillars of Islam. For a period of 29 (or 30 days), People do not eat, or drink from Sunrise until the Sunset. They are supposed to spend time in the prayers (Ibadah), to raise consciousness (Taqwa) and mindfulness.

I am seeing that modern science is finally catching up to all of the benefits of fasting. And Health and Wellness Gurus are re-inventing all sorts and modes of Fasting. So far. So good.


But Are there any Health Benefits of Ramadan Fasting?

Ramadan Meal Plans

Numerous scientific studies have been conducted during the Ramadan fasts and it was found that there are multiple health benefits including, but not limited to losing weight in Ramadan, managing diabetes, cholesterol, and blood pressure. Sleeping Better.

Among the proven health benefits of Ramadan and other time-restricted forms of Eating include Weight Loss, Reduction in BMI and Body Fat, Improved Sleep, and Mental Clarity.

Fasting has been found to reduce depression and anxiety, as well as prevention of neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer’s and dementia. Ramadan fasting has been proven in multiple scientific studies, that it successfully prevents chronic health problems such as high cholesterol, heart disease, and obesity, as well as improves mental health and wellbeing.

You can download the Free Report below to learn more details of the studies here.


Do you feel guilty of spending your Ramadan in the Kitchen instead of inner reflection and purifying your soul?

Is this you? As the month of fasting begins, Do you feel the dread of low energy, fatigue, hunger, and thirst?
Do you feel tired all day? Scared of extreme hunger pangs multiple times a day? As the day passes by the feelings of weakness and lethargy that come from fasting. 

And then instead of self-reflection, and reading and understanding the Quran and Salah, you rush through your prayers and spend all the time in the kitchen making a feast. You meal prep your Samosas, Pakoras, dahi bhallas (or whatever the food of your region is), and Sweet delicacies to indulge in. And the time of Iftar and Dinner becomes a Big Night Time Food Fest with a variety of foods. So instead of Losing Weight this Ramadan, you are well on your way to put on some more.

What if you could actually get all of the health benefits of Ramadan this year?

It is no easy task when the physical restraints of fasting are so laborious on your body. A constant reminder of hunger various times a day teaches you the importance of food and water and the various bounties that Allah has created for us.

But I can tell you, there is a way. Rise to the challenges that Allah (SWT) set for us during this time, and develop a healthier outlook, all while losing weight, living our best lives, and remaining balanced as we progress through this holy month. The Fast 2 Fit Guide has Ramadan Meal Plans and Easy Recipes to multiply the Health Benefits of Ramadan for you multifold. And if Losing weight This Ramadan is your main goal, it comes with a promise of up to 22 lbs or 10 kg of weight loss this month – if you follow the program exactly as is.

“Allah is with those who restrain themselves.”

Quran 16: 128.

Some Ramadan Meal Plans

Here are some Ramadan Recipes. Meal Plan ideas, that are super simple and healthy such that you will enjoy the delicious food and not have to

Health Benefits of Watermelon, Summer Superfood #4,

Easy Meatballs Recipe with Spices and Herbs, Quinoa Recipe with Almond and Pistachio,

Curry Roasted Chickpeas – No one can eat just once.

Some ideas for Suhur – Chia Pudding, Suhur Chai, Slimming Morning Drink

What is in the Fast 2 Fit Guide?

In the Fast 2 Fit Guide, You will find proven Ramadan Recipes, Sunnah, and  Islamic ways to Weight Loss and lose up to 22lbs or 10 kgs this Ramadan. This book is an easy-to-follow guide for anyone that wants to lose weight for the holy month of Ramadan. The book contains delicious recipes using the foods mentioned in the Noble Quran. These recipes help you shed weight, burn belly fat, and build muscle. We also discuss ways of conduct during Ramadan for fasting, eating, and drinking as well as Prayers so not only you lose your physical weight you strengthen your Iman and Increase your Taqwa and Piety and Consciousness of Allah (SWT). 

What would you look like on Eid Day, 22 lbs (10 kg) lighter?

Let those gross bulging stomachs, flabby arms, and triple chins become a thing of the past! If you already have your Eid Clothing, Resize it to 2 Size Lower. Imagine if you could eat and drink all of the favorite foods of Prophet Mohammad (SAW). And follow the guidelines of Sunnah for this month of Ramadan. The guidelines were laid down 1400 years ago. Narrated, Followed, and Committed to over by the generations before us in the Hadith and Sunnah of Our Beloved Prophet (SAW).


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