Ahmed Al-Hussein

Not only are obese people suffering from weight problems, but leaners are also subject to nutritional and life problems. It may not sound familiar, but the numbers indicate that there are about 30 million people in the United States suffering from thinness problems, and one person dies every hour as a result of eating disorders.

The suffering of these people is evident in Ramadan, where they lose more weight at an amazing speed, and sometimes they come out of that month with a major setback, causing them severe loss of appetite.

In this report, we get to know the nutritional evidence of a skinny person in Ramadan.

Eating disorders and thinness The
reasons for thinness are many, some are pathological and some are hereditary, and may be due to anorexia nervosa or polymia. Despite the different course of treatment for each of them, everyone shares the need to gain weight in a healthy way. The first path to gaining weight during Ramadan is to get a large measure of rest during the fasting period, and to avoid strenuous and tiring work that requires a great muscle effort during fasting hours.

Excess weight in
exercise Exercise contributes to building muscle through resistance exercises and lifting weights after breakfast, as it increases the muscle mass of the body if it is accompanied by obtaining an appropriate share of protein after exercising.

Exercise contributes to building muscle and then healthy body building (German)

Dietary notes
Eating large quantities of food is difficult for those suffering from thinness, especially eating sugars, so they can follow the following nutritional advice:

Replace sugar with sweetened condensed milk, because it contains high calories and high nutritional value.
Add powdered milk to cow's milk while preparing hot drinks, such as tea and coffee, and instant coffee.
Ramadan drinks such as dates with milk can be enjoyed with adding three tablespoons of powdered milk in a cup to increase the nutritional value, and add more calories and protein to the drink.
- It is not necessary to complete the full breakfast. One of the most important advice in any diet is to split the daily meals into small portions. If the skinny person suffers from anorexia during the breakfast hours between Morocco and dawn, it can be overcome by stopping eating before feeling Filled with a slight feeling of hunger, which drives the skinny person to snack on fruits or sweets a few hours after breakfast.

The whole breakfast should not be finished, rather you should stop eating before feeling full (German)

A snack can contain a plate of fruit salad, nuts, or a fruit, so that the serving portion becomes the palm size.

Adding peanut butter and honey to the fruits may become a snack for a high-calorie snack rich in vitamins, minerals and nutrients.

The protein shakes available in pharmacies contribute to building muscle mass that can lead to weight gain, and some people may resort to using appetizers in some cases, while some vitamins work as a natural appetite suppressant, such as zinc, vitamin B-1 and omega-3. The lack of these vitamins also causes a feeling of loss of appetite, according to "Medical News Today".

A slim person needs to eat three main meals and two snacks during the month of Ramadan, and those around him understand that he cannot eat large amounts of food, or many sweets as required, and he must consult a doctor if he feels a severe loss of appetite or continues to lose weight.