Medically reviewed by Shahzadi Devje, Registered Dietitian (RD) & Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE)
Alhamdulillah for 30 days of easy and healthy Ramadan food recipes so you can feel your best
Ramadan is a time to honour ourselves by strengthening our mind-body connection through nourishing foods and healthy dietary habits. Reduce mealtime mayhem with this 30-day Ramadan meal plan, to help you feel your best during prayers and fasting hours. Because healthy eating during Ramadan can feel overwhelming, we are showing you how to schedule Ramadan food recipes that are nutrient-dense, tasty and satiating for Suhoor and Iftar. You don’t have to worry about pulling off easy and healthy meals because we’ve done the planning and hard work for you. Take control with this 30-day Ramadan meal plan. It can be easily customized for individual needs and serves one person.
What does the Ramadan meal plan include?
- Predominantly plant-based dietitian-approved & taste-tested recipes
- One Suhoor meal, one Iftar Salad, one Iftar main meal, one snack for each day
- BONUS: 20 Recipes to stay hydrated (that don’t involve drinking water) FREE Ebook (worth $60)
- Grocery list to save you time, money and fewer trips to the grocery store
- Step-by-step prep guide to make the most of your time in the kitchen
- Simple ingredient substitutions to make-do with what you have at hand
- Full nutritional information for each recipe
- Daily nutrition analysis summary of macro and micronutrients
- Easy to understand instructions to prepare, cook and store recipes
6 Reasons You Should Invest In This Ramadan Meal Plan?
- Exceeds daily fibre requirements for women and men. Fibre helps to keep you regular, has shown to lower cholesterol levels, control blood sugars and has been associated with low risk of cardiovascular disease and some types of cancers.
- Reduced in salt (sodium). 97% of the 30-Day Ramadan meal plan meets Health Canada’s sodium (salt) recommendations. Approximately 30% of high blood pressure cases in Canada are due to high sodium intake. The average daily sodium intake of this meal plan is 1829 mg per day (20% lower)
- Rich in plant-based foods. Harness the power of a plant-powered diet to live a longer, healthier and more vibrant life.
- Zero refined sugar recipes – with ALL the flavour from nature’s candy. Regularly consuming refined added sugar has shown to increase inflammation, raise triglycerides (a type of fat) challenge your pancreas to pump more insulin which eventually strains your pancreas and can lead to insulin resistance, out of control blood sugars and ultimately diabetes.
- Cook once, enjoy twice. Feeling low in energy during Ramadan, along with hectic schedules, learn to Cook smart, save time in the kitchen and reduce food waste.